"At a Restaurant" Portuguese transcript



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"At a Restaurant"

Portuguese transcript:

"Garçom: Boa tarde.

Cliente: Boa tarde.

Garçom: Faz favor...

Cliente 2: Obrigado.

Garçom: Ora... temos aí o prato do dia... hoje é... 5ª Feira. Temos aí a garoupa no forno, e a caldeirada de cabrito, e temos o menu normal.

Cliente 2: Então, Osvaldo, queres comer peixe ou carne?

Cliente 1: Eu acho que... a garoupa no forno.

Cliente 2: Peixe...

Cliente 1: E para ti?

Cliente: Vou comer carne, hoje.

Cliente 1: Carne?

Garçom: Temos aí uma boa carne grelhada... um bifezinho de vazia com batatas fritas e legumes. É muito bom, a Senhora vai gostar.

Cliente 2: Obrigada.

Cliente 1: Ok, então... faz favor...

Garçom: Uma garoupa e um bife?

Cliente 1: Sim...

Garçom: Ok, obrigada. E a propósito, o que é que vão beber? Um vinho, uma cerveja...?

Cliente 1: Pode ser um vinho.

Garçom: A Senhora também, vai um vinho?

Cliente 2: Não, muito obrigada, eu vou beber uma água.

Garçom: Uma água.

Cliente 1: Se não se importasse... quero uma cerveja, acho que é melhor.

Garçom: Uma cerveja... Tem preferência de marca?

Cliente 1: Nacional, não há?

Garçom: Temos a Cuca... Não, a Eka! Temos a Eka.

Cliente 1: Nacional é que é bom... é da terra, sabe bem...

Garçom: Ok, obrigado e bom apetite.

Cliente 1: Este restaurante aqui... é...

Cliente 2: É muito bonito.

Cliente 1: É... por acaso... Nunca tinha vindo à este lugar.

Cliente 2: Pouca gente conhece este lugar... é óptimo. Eu estive cá uma vez com a minha prima.

Cliente 1: Ah, sim... então foi este restaurante que tu me disseste da outra vez?

Cliente 2: Sim, foi este, sim.

Cliente 1: Até que por acaso é... muito... De fora, não parece, mas cá dentro é que se vê.

Cliente 2: Os trabalhadores aqui são muito eficientes, simpáticos também...

Cliente 1: Mas hoje viemos muito cedo. Não está cá quase... tem pouca gente. Só estão aqueles dois casais aí do outro lado...

Cliente 2: (Diz algo).

Cliente 1: Tem razão, nós também nos atrasamos muito a ir pelo...

Cliente 1: Então, gostaste da sobremesa?

Cliente 2: Gostei, estava óptima.

Cliente 1: Deixa-me ver... acho que temos que nos apressar. Garçon! Por favor... traga-me a conta, por favor. Temos que...

Garçom: Aqui está a factura. 45 dólares.

Cliente 1: Têm troco de 100 dólares?

Garçom: Temos, sim Senhor.

Cliente 1: Ok... obrigado. Então, podemos ir?"



English translation:

"Waiter: Good afternoon.

Client : Good afternoon.

Waiter: Please...

Client 2: Thank you.

Waiter: Well, we have the special of the day... today is... Thursday. We have oven-roasted garoupa, male goat caldeirada, and we have the normal menu.

Client 2: Well, Osvaldo, do you want fish or meat?

Client 1: I think... I want the oven-roasted garoupa.

Client 2: Fish...

Client 1: And for you?

Client : I'll eat meat today.

Client 1: Meat?

Waiter: We have a great grilled steak... it's a first class piece of steak with fries and vegetables. It's very good. You will like it.

Client 2: Thank you.

Client 1: Okay then. Please...

Waiter: A garoupa and a steak?

Client 1: Yes...

Waiter: Okay, thank you. By the way, what would you like to drink? Wine, beer...?

Client 1: It can be wine.

Waiter: Will you have wine as well?

Client 2: No, thank you, I will have water.

Waiter: Water...

Client 1: If you don't mind... I would like a beer, please, I think it would be better.

Waiter: A beer... what brand do you prefer?

Client 1: Is there any national beer?

Waiter: We have Cuca... Actually, we have Eka! We have Eka.

Client 1: National beer is the best... it is from the land... it tastes good.

Waiter: Okay, thank you. Enjoy.

Client 1: This restaurant is...

Client 2: It's very pretty.

Client 1: Yes, actually... I had never been to this place.

Client 2: Few people know of this place... it's great. I've been here once with a cousin of mine.

Client 1: Ah, yes... Is it this restaurant you told me about the other time?

Client 2: Yes, it is.

Client 1: As a matter of fact, it's very nice. You don't notice if from the outside, though. You can only see it from the inside.

Client 2: Waiters here are very efficient and nice...

Client 1: But we came really early today. There is almost no one, just those two couples on the other side...

Client 2: (Says something unintelligible).

Client 1: You're right, we got really delayed going through...

Client 1: So, did you like the dessert?

Client 2: Yes, it was great.

Client 1: Let me see... I think we have to hurry. Waiter! Could you bring me the bill, please? We have to...

Waiter: Here's the bill. 45 dollars.

Client 1: Do you have change for a 100 dollars?

Waiter: Yes, sir, we do.

Client 1: Okay... thank you. So, can we go?"



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