Ordering FOOd in a FOOd stall     and a restaurant            Inisiasi 4
Menu Sarapan                                                               Nasi Goreng (Fried Rice):                      ...
Menu Sarapan                                                            Bubur ayam (Chicken                               ...
Memesan makan pagiUsually one food stall (warung), offers only one type of dish,for example; food stall for bubur ayam, fo...
Memesan makan pagi•   Pembeli: Bubur ayam 2    (dua) ya•   Penjual: Lengkap?•   Pembeli: Ya                               ...
Memesan Makan pagi•   Pembeli: Nasi uduk 1 (satu),    Bu•   Penjual: Lauknya (side dishes)    apa?•   Pembeli: Tempe goren...
MealsIn Indonesia, people usually eat rice and side dishes for theirbreakfast, lunch and dinner. There is no starter, main...
Memesan makanan di Rumah Makan                            (Ordering meals in a Restaurant)• Pelayan: Selamat siang, mau pe...
Memesan makan untuk di bawa pulang                          (Ordering take away meals)   Versi Bahasa Indonesia           ...
Memesan makan untuk di bawa pulang                      (Ordering take away meals)•   Contoh 2                            ...
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Makan pagi

  1. 1. Ordering FOOd in a FOOd stall and a restaurant Inisiasi 4
  2. 2. Menu Sarapan Nasi Goreng (Fried Rice): Side dishes for ‘ Nasi goreng’: Crackers, fried egg, and cucumber(http://dosenkuliner.wordpress.com/category/nasi-goreng/) Nasi Uduk (Rice cooked with coconut milk): Side dishes for nasi uduk: fried tahu and tempe, fried chicken,(http://peri-rumah.blogspot.com/2010/12/warna-warni-nasi-si- cucumber, and sambal pemadam-lapar.html)
  3. 3. Menu Sarapan Bubur ayam (Chicken Porridge): Porridge, peanut, bawang goreng http://pagipho.blogspot.com/2011/02/bubur-ayam-jakarta.html Lontong sayur: Kerupuk, sayur nangka/pakis, telur rebushttp://mamadisme.blogspot.com/2010/04/lontong- padang-benhil.html
  4. 4. Memesan makan pagiUsually one food stall (warung), offers only one type of dish,for example; food stall for bubur ayam, food stall for nasi uduketc.So when you come to the food stall you just mention the number ofportion that you want to order
  5. 5. Memesan makan pagi• Pembeli: Bubur ayam 2 (dua) ya• Penjual: Lengkap?• Pembeli: Ya http://id.openrice.com/jakarta/restaurant/sr2.htm?shopid=40
  6. 6. Memesan Makan pagi• Pembeli: Nasi uduk 1 (satu), Bu• Penjual: Lauknya (side dishes) apa?• Pembeli: Tempe goreng. http://kupot.blogspot.com/2011/04/nasi-uduk-proyek.html
  7. 7. MealsIn Indonesia, people usually eat rice and side dishes for theirbreakfast, lunch and dinner. There is no starter, main course,and dessert .When ordering food in a restaurant, people usually order riceand side dishes, which they eat together, and beverages. Or,you order a packet of rice and the side dishes.
  8. 8. Memesan makanan di Rumah Makan (Ordering meals in a Restaurant)• Pelayan: Selamat siang, mau pesan apa?• Tamu 1 : Saya pesan 2 piring nasi dan semangkuk soto sulung• Tamu 2 : Saya pesan satu porsi nasi rawonNote:• Sepiring.. – one plate of …• Semangkuk … - one bowl of• Seporsi (satu porsi) …- one portion of …. http://rmbukarlin.files.wordpress.com/2010/01/daftar-makanan-rm-
  9. 9. Memesan makan untuk di bawa pulang (Ordering take away meals) Versi Bahasa Indonesia English Version• Contoh 1 • Example 1 • Pembeli: Pak, nasi gorengnya 2 • Customer: Fried rice 2, please! (dua) ya • Seller : For here or to go? • Penjual: Makan di sini atau di bungkus? • Customer: To go • Pembeli: Dibungkus. Note: Dibungkus (wrapped) means it is wrapped to take home.
  10. 10. Memesan makan untuk di bawa pulang (Ordering take away meals)• Contoh 2 • Example 2 • Pembeli: Bu, ayam 2 potong ya • Customer: Chicken 2 pieces, please • Penjual: Paha atau dada? • Seller: Thigh or breast • Pembeli: Dada • Customer: Breast • Penjual: Makan di sini atau di bawa • Seller: For here or to go? pulang? • Customer: To go, please • Pembeli: Di bawa pulang.

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