A: Good evening. My name is Fabio, I’ll be your waiter for tonight. May I take your order?
B: No, I’m still working on it. This menu is not even in English. What’s good here?
A: For you sir, I would recommend spaghetti and meatballs.
B: Does it come with coke and fries?
A: It comes with either soup or salad and a complimentary glass of wine, Sir.
B: I’ll go with the spaghetti and meatballs, salad and the wine.
A: Excellent choice, your order will be ready soon.
B: How soon is soon?
A: Twenty minutes?
B: You know what? I’ll just go grab a burger across the street.
still working on - Phrase - not yet completed, need more time
would recommend - Verb - suggest
complimentary - Adjective - free
go with - Phrase - to choose, pick
grab - Verb - get quickly
waitress - Noun - female server at a restaurant or bar
fast food - Phrase - food prepared and served quickly
impatient - Adjective - uncomfortable waiting, wanting to go
fancy - Adjective - nice, expensive, upscale
casual - Adjective - relaxed, not dressy