Posted by: Orlick | July 8, 2010

Handouts for the Roosevelt Ave Street Food Crawl – Map and Guide

It’s mostly Spanish speaking on Roosevelt Avenue, so here is a primer for general terms to use when eating.

Greetings:
Hola – Hello
Que tal? – what’s up
por favor – please
gracias – thank you
adios – goodbye

Para Lleva – To go
Para Aqui – For here , to stay.
para aca – for here

¿cuál es el nombre de este? – What is the name of this?
¿Qué es eso? – What is this?

Numbers:
¿Cuánto cuesta? – how much is this
un, una, uno – one
dos – two
tres – three
cuatro – four
cinco – five
seis – six
media – half
cuarto – quarter

pequeno – small
mediano – medium
grande – large

Restrictions:
Soy vegetariano – I am vegetarian
sin carne – no meat
picante – spicy
no lo quiere picante – I don’t want it spicy

Their word:
¿Qué me recomienda?- What do you recommend?
Estuvo delicioso – that was delicious
Voy a vomitar! – I’m going to throw up!

Utensils:
la cuchara – spoon
el cuchillo – knife
la taza – cup
el tenedor – fork
el vaso – glass
servilleta – napkin

For specific cart translations, check out the Taco Crawl page

Here are the maps:


Can you pick out all the references? Click on the pictures to go to the flickr page and add notes directly on the pictures.

Links:
Spanish phrases

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