Practice sentences are a great way to improve your English speaking skills. Here are some sample dialogues about eating out.
Situation: Ram invites his friend and colleague Anita to eat out with him.
Ram: Let’s eat out, shall we?
Anita: Oh, no. I’m broke. I have already gone through my salary.
Ram: It’s alright. Don’t worry about it. It’s my treat.
Anita: Really? How sweet! You’re such a generous guy!
Ram: I’m quite nice too.
Anita: So, where are you going to take me?
Ram: You’re a very special person so I will take you somewhere special.
Anita: But where’s it?
Ram: My kitchen.
Situation: Susie thanks her friend Mary for treating her to a delicious meal.
Susie: Thanks for lunch. It’s the best meal I have had in days.
Mary: I’m glad you liked it. I, too, enjoyed it very much.
Susie: Next time lunch is on me.
Mary: Are you serious?
Susie: Yes, I am.
Mary: OK. Next time you’ll treat.
Susie: It’s a deal.
Reserve a table
Situation: Aryan makes a phone call to a restaurant to reserve a table for him and his friends for dinner
Hostess: How can I help you?
Aryan: I would like to reserve a table for eight for nine o’clock.
Hostess: It looks like you are a large group. Would you like to reserve a private dining room?
Aryan: That sounds interesting.
Hostess: All right. May I know your name, sir?
Aryan: My name is Aryan. Aryan Menon.
Hostess: All right Mr. Menon. We have reserved a private dining room for you for 9 o’clock. Thanks for calling.
Aryan: Thank you very much.