Which is correct at the restaurant or in the restaurant?

Which is correct at the restaurant or in the restaurant?

You use ‘at’ when you say where an event takes place (at the restaurant, at the cinema, at the theatre). You use ‘in’ when you are thinking about the building itself (the table in the restaurant, the crowd in the cinema, the room in the house).

What do you say at a restaurant?

2. The waiter

  • Hi, I’m Sue, I’ll be your server for tonight.
  • What can I do for you?
  • Can I help you?
  • Can I take your coat?
  • Have you booked a table?
  • How many are you?
  • Would you follow me, please?
  • Can I take your order, sir/madam?

Do you use in or at for places?

“In” for Location. Deciding which word you should be using comes down to a question of where. “At” is used when you are at the top, bottom or end of something; at a specific address; at a general location; and at a point. “In” is used in a space, small vehicle, water, neighborhood, city and country.

Is it at dinner or in dinner?

The reason for the choice of preposition is that you are using dinner to mean a time or a period of time, and you use “at” for a time and “during” for a period of time.

How do you introduce yourself as a waitress?

Server Greeting Examples

  1. Hello, I’m [first name] and I’ll be your server [this morning, this afternoon, this evening]
  2. Welcome to [restaurant], my name is [first name] and I’ll be taking care of you [you all, you folks, your group]
  3. [Howdy, Hiya, What’s hangin’?], I’m [first name].
  4. Hi folks, my name is [first name].

How do you order at a restaurant?

When the waiter asks “Are you ready to order?” or “Can I take your order?” If you are ready, you can give your order. Use “I’d like…” or “I’ll have…” to introduce your order and expression “for starter/appetizer” to talk about the first course and “for main course” to talk about the second course of food you will eat.