Talking about Food

What kind of food do you like? dislike?


  • I really like
  • I enjoy
  • My favourite dish is
  • I am keen on
  • I prefer _ to _
  • I would rather _ than _

Don't like

  • I really don't like
  • I can't stand
  • I am not keen on
  • I really dislike

Describe your favourite dish.

Good taste

  • Tasty
  • Flavourful
  • Divine
  • Rich in flavour

Type of flavour

  • Sour
    Description: having an acid taste like lemon or vinegar.
    Example: she sampled the wine and found it was sour.
  • Sweet
    Description: having the pleasant taste characteristic of sugar or honey; not salt, sour, or bitter.
    Example: a cup of hot sweet tea.
  • Bitter
    Description: having a sharp, pungent taste or smell; not sweet.
  • Example: raw berries have an intensely bitter flavour.
  • Salty
    Description: tasting of, containing, or preserved with salt.
    Example: the bacon will be quite salty.
  • Oily, Greasy
    Description: containing or cooked with too much oil or fat.
    Example: greasy food.
  • Ripe
    Description: (of fruit or grain) developed to the point of readiness for harvesting and eating.
    Example: a ripe tomato.
  • Spicy
    Description: flavoured with or fragrant with spice.
    Example: pasta in a spicy tomato sauce.


  • Raw
    Description: (of food) not cooked.
    Example: raw eggs.
  • Bland
    Description: (of food or drink) unseasoned, mild-tasting, or insipid.
    Example: a bland and unadventurous vegetarian dish.