Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Info on how to order food and drink in Italy


Here are some links about how to order food and drink in Italy:


  •  Source: eHow™ – "Discover the expert in you." – "How to Videos, Articles & More"
    • How to Order Food and Drinks in Italian – "You can easily and confidently order food and drinks in a restaurant in Italy, even if you don't speak a word of Italian. Carrying a phrase book in your day pack or pocket will make it a breeze to communicate with your waiter, so you'll have a smooth and memorable experience. Buon appetito!" – "" –
    • How to Order Food in Italy – "Though Italy is appealing for its beautiful landscapes, quaint villages and friendly people, the food of this region also attracts millions of visitors every year. From rich pasta dishes to flavorful steaks, Italians take pride in their cuisine and treat dinner as a special experience. However, if you are not familiar with restaurant customs, having a meal out can be intimidating. Before your trip, you should learn a few simple steps that will help you order from an Italian menu"
    • How to Order at a Restaurant in Italy – "Italians are infamous for comparing the pleasure of a meal to pleasure in life. Nothing can make a vacation in Italy more gratifying than an extraordinary dining experience. However, ordering at a restaurant in Italy can be intimidating if you're not prepared. Americans know their lasagna, but do they know their mortadella from their mozzarella?"
  • How to Order Food in Italian  – "9 of 10 in Series: The Essentials of Italian Words and Phrases for Traveling" – By Teresa L. Picarazzi – Source:® – "Making Everything Easier"
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That's it for Wednesday, 18 July 2012: mercoledì, 18 Luglio 2012

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