Going to a French restaurant

Learn all the things you need to be confident with the French language in a restaurant.
Rating: 4.5 out of 5 (18 ratings)
2,499 students
Going to a French restaurant
Rating: 4.5 out of 5 (18 ratings)
2,499 students
Ask for a recommendation for a restaurant in French
Book, order, ask for the bill.... In French
Tips and information about French restaurants

Requirements

  • None
Description

In this course, I will give you all the information you need to enjoy a night in a French restaurant.
Together and through short videos we will learn basics sentences and tips.

Getting a recommendation, understanding a direction, booking a table, ordering food and much more.

For each section, you will find a quiz and a vocabulary sheet.

Build your confidence, your pronounciation and you understanding, learn at your own pace.

Who this course is for:
  • Everyone
  • People traveling to France
  • People wanting to learn French
  • People wanting to know more about French restaurant culture
Curriculum
5 sections • 16 lectures • 44m total length
  • Get a recommendation
  • Find your way
  • The different type of restaurant
  • Opening time and price
  • Quiz: recommendation and information about a restaurant in France.
  • Book a table
  • Cancel your booking
  • Let the restaurant know that you will be late
  • Quiz: Book a table, cancel your booking, reschedule.
  • Order a drink
  • Order food
  • Ask for water, coffee or a recommendation
  • Talk about special requirement
  • Quiz: Order, ask for information and talk about any special requirement.
  • Ask the bill
  • Pay the bill
  • Tipping
  • Give a feedback
  • Quiz 4: Ask for the bill, pay, tip and give a feedback
  • Ressources to learn French on my website

Instructor
French teacher
Florent Catrevaux
  • 4.5 Instructor Rating
  • 18 Reviews
  • 2,499 Students
  • 1 Course

Hi I am Florent, I am French and I am 29 years old.

I have a degree in Environmental biology and in cooking.

In the past, I worked as a chef in France and in New Zealand.
Nowadays I am French teacher, but I still love to cook and to talk about gastronomy.

I have lived in English speaking countries for more than 2 years.

I have been traveling the world for 2 years. From Asia to the Balkans and from Europe to South America.