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How to say Menu In Japanese?

KanjiHiragana
献立こんだて
Pronunciation: kondate
How to Say It Outloud: kon-da-te
Usage: This is a traditional word for a menu, often used in the context of a meal plan or a traditional Japanese menu.
Example Sentence Japanese:献立を決めました。
Example Sentence English:I decided on the menu.
Katakana
メニュー
Pronunciation: menyuu
How to Say It Outloud: me-nyuu
Usage: This is the most common way to refer to a menu in modern contexts, especially in restaurants.
Example Sentence Japanese:レストランでメニューを見せてください。
Example Sentence English:Please show me the menu at the restaurant.

Dictionary

献立こんだてCommon wordjlpt-n2
Noun
  • menu; bill of fare
Noun
  • program; programme; schedule
Wikipedia definition
  • Menu
メニューメニューCommon wordjlpt-n2
Noun
  • menu
Noun
  • schedule; program; programme; course; services
Noun
  • (computer) menu
料理りょうりCommon wordjlpt-n5
Noun
Suru verb
Transitive verb
  • cooking; cookery; cuisine; meal; food; dish; item on a menu
Noun
Suru verb
Transitive verb
  • (easily) dealing with something; handling (well)
Wikipedia definition
  • Cuisine
献立表こんだてひょう
Noun
  • menu; list of meals (e.g. for the week)
菜単さいたん
Noun
  • menu (at a Chinese restaurant)
ムニュムニュ
Noun
  • menu (in a French restaurant)
品書きしながき
Noun
  • catalog; catalogue; inventory; menu
メニューバーメニューバー
Noun
  • menu bar
フードメニューフードメニュー
Noun
  • menu of food items; food menu
グランドメニューグランドメニュー
Noun
  • regular menu (as opposed to the lunch menu, daily specials, etc.)
新メニューしんメニュー
Noun
  • new menu item; new dish on a menu
セットメニューセットメニュー
Noun
  • set menu; fixed-course menu; table d'hôte
裏メニューうらメニュー
Noun
  • secret menu; secret menu item
和定食わていしょく
Noun
  • Japanese-style set menu
栄養食えいようしょく
Noun
  • highly nutritious food; healthy menu; nourishing meal
メニューアイテムメニューアイテム
Noun
  • menu item
メニューオプションメニューオプション
Noun
  • menu option
メニューボードメニューボード
Noun
  • menu board (small blackboard on which the specials of the day, etc., are written)
メニュー画面メニューがめん
Noun
  • menu screen
メニュー項目メニューこうもく
Noun
  • menu item

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