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31 [thirty-one]

At the restaurant 3


‫31 [اکتیس]‬

‫ریسٹورانٹ 3 میں‬


I would like a starter.
‫مجھے ایپٹائزر چاہیے‬
mujhe appetizer chahiye
I would like a salad.
‫مجھے سلاد چاہیے‬
mujhe salad chahiye
I would like a soup.
‫مجھے سوپ چاہیے‬
mujhe soop chahiye
I would like a dessert.
‫مجھے سوئٹ ڈش چاہیے‬
mujhe meetha dish chahiye
I would like an ice cream with whipped cream.
‫مجھے کریم کے ساتھ ایک آئس کریم چاہیے‬
mujhe icecream kareem ke sath chahiye
I would like some fruit or cheese.
‫مجھے پھل یا پنیر چاہیے‬
mujhe phal ya paneer chahiye
We would like to have breakfast.
‫ہم ناشتہ کرنا چاہتے ہیں‬
hum nashta karna chahtay hain
We would like to have lunch.
‫ہم دوپہر کا کھانا کھانا چاہتے ہیں‬
hum din ka khana khana chahtay hain
We would like to have dinner.
‫ہم رات کا کھانا کھانا چاہتے ہیں‬
hum raat ka khana khana chahtay hain
What would you like for breakfast?
‫آپ کو ناشتے میں کیا چاہیے؟‬
aap ko nashtay mein kya chahiye?
Rolls with jam and honey?
‫بن جام اور شہد کے ساتھ؟کیا‬
ban jaam aur shehad ke sath?
Toast with sausage and cheese?
‫ٹوسٹ ساسج اور پنیر کے ساتھ؟کیا‬
toast sausage aur paneer ke sath?
A boiled egg?
‫ایک ابلا ہوا انڈہ؟کیا‬
aik Abla howa andah?
A fried egg?
‫ایک تلا ہوا انڈہ؟کیا‬
aik tala howa andah?
An omelette?
‫ایک آملیٹ؟کیا‬
aik aamlait?
Another yoghurt, please.
‫مہربانی کر کے اور دہی دے دیں‬
meharbani kar ke aur dahi day den
Some salt and pepper also, please.
‫مہربانی کر کے اور نمک اور مرچ دے دیں‬
meharbani kar ke aur namak aur mirch day den
Another glass of water, please.
‫مہربانی کر کے ایک گلاس پانی اور دے دیں‬
meharbani kar ke aik glass pani aur

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