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31 [thirty-one]

At the restaurant 3


৩১ [একত্রিশ]

রেস্টুরেন্ট ৩ – এ


I would like a starter.
আমার একটা স্টার্টার চাই ৷
āmāra ēkaṭā sṭārṭāra cā'i
I would like a salad.
আমার একটা সালাদ চাই ৷
āmāra ēkaṭā sālāda cā'i
I would like a soup.
আমার একটা স্যুপ চাই ৷
āmāra ēkaṭā syupa cā'i
I would like a dessert.
আমার একটা ডেজার্ট (মিষ্টান্ন) চাই ৷
āmāra ēkaṭā ḍējārṭa (miṣṭānna) cā'i
I would like an ice cream with whipped cream.
আমার ফেটানো ক্রীম সহ একটা আইসক্রীম চাই ৷
āmāra phēṭānō krīma saha ēkaṭā ā'isakrīma cā'i
I would like some fruit or cheese.
আমার ফল অথবা পনির চাই ৷
āmāra phala athabā panira cā'i
We would like to have breakfast.
আমরা জলখাবার / নাশতা খেতে চাই ৷
āmarā jalakhābāra / nāśatā khētē cā'i
We would like to have lunch.
আমরা দুপুরের খাবার খেতে চাই ৷
āmarā dupurēra khābāra khētē cā'i
We would like to have dinner.
আমরা রাতের খাবার খেতে চাই ৷
āmarā rātēra khābāra khētē cā'i
What would you like for breakfast?
আপনার জলখাবারের / নাশতা জন্য কী চাই?
āpanāra jalakhābārēra / nāśatā jan'ya kī cā'i?
Rolls with jam and honey?
জ্যাম এবং মধু দিয়ে রোল?
Jyāma ēbaṁ madhu diẏē rōla?
Toast with sausage and cheese?
সসেজ এবং চীজ (পনির) দিয়ে টোস্ট?
Sasēja ēbaṁ cīja (panira) diẏē ṭōsṭa?
A boiled egg?
একটা সিদ্ধ করা ডিম?
Ēkaṭā sid'dha karā ḍima?
A fried egg?
একটা ভাজা ডিম?
Ēkaṭā bhājā ḍima?
An omelette?
একটা ওমলেট?
Ēkaṭā ōmalēṭa?
Another yoghurt, please.
দয়া করে আর একটা দই দিন ৷
Daẏā karē āra ēkaṭā da'i dina
Some salt and pepper also, please.
দয়া করে একটু নুন এবং মরিচও দিন ৷
daẏā karē ēkaṭu nuna ēbaṁ marica'ō dina
Another glass of water, please.
দয়া করে আর এক গ্লাস জল / পানি দিন ৷
daẏā karē āra ēka glāsa jala / pāni dina

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