Learn to speak Thai : Food and Drinks

by Ashish Patel on May 11, 2013 · 3 comments

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Today’s Thai lesson is focused on food and drinks in Thailand. We will learn how to speak some basic Thai phrases and practice. For previous lesson please refer to introduction post, learn Thai numbers, directions & transport, and places to stay. This is the last lesson in this series however we will be posting more content and updates over time. So lets begin with learning food and drinks and speak Thai.

Learn to speak Thai Food and Drink

Learning Thai : Food and Drinks

  1. A Piece / A Slice = Chin neung
  2. Beer = Bee a
  3. Breakfast = Ah-hahn chow
  4. Cheers! = Chai-yoh!
  5. Cheese = Neu I kaang
  6. Dinner = Ah-hahn yen
  7. How much is that? = Nee Tao Rain a?
  8. I’m feeling drunk = Mow laa ou.
  9. I’m full = Im laaou.
  10. Lunch = Ah-hahn glahng wan
  11. Milk = Nom
  12. Please bring the bill = Kor bin noy.
  13. That was superb! = A-roy mahk!

I hope now you are able to speak Thai. Practice in real. talk to taxi driver, hotel receptionist, or waiter. You’ll enjoy once you do it :) Don’t forget to leave a comment below and you’ll enjoy even more helping others learn to speak Thai today.

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{ 3 comments }

Nico Julius May 22, 2013 at 3:51 am

Hi Ashish, nice site you have, it makes me want to travel to Asia again. I’ve been in Vietnam & Cambodja before, and I would love to visit Thailand on my next trip to Asia. Do you also have a top 10 cheap but good restaurants in Bangkok? I’m interested :-).
Nico

Ashish Patel May 22, 2013 at 4:46 am

Namaste from India, Sawasdee from Thailand :)

Hi Nico, thanks for visiting my blog. Thailand is a popular destination in south-east Asia. You will enjoy every moment here. Thai food is internationally famous. You gave me an idea for a new blog post :) thanks for it. I’ll do some research and publish it soon.

I also recommend this ebook for Thai food lovers – http://www.mythailand.org/eatingthaifoodguide (I’ll tell you it costs just US$7 but worth it)

Ashish

Nico Julius May 23, 2013 at 10:15 pm

Thanks for the tip! :-)

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