How to say menu in Finnish: ruokalista

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How to say menu in Finnish: ruokalista

Learning Finnish for travel or study? Let’s try this term:

To say menu in Finnish: ruokalista
Say it out loud: “ruh oh kah list ah

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Some more helpful words in our Finnish Dining Basics category:

beer / wine – olut / viini  (oh lut / vee ni)
beverage – juoma  (yu oh mah)
business hours – aukioloajat  (ow kih oh loh ayat)
casual restaurant – ravintola  (rah ven toh lah)
check – lasku  (lahs kuh)
coffee / tea – kahvi / tee  (kahh vih / teh eh)
grocery store – ruokakauppa  (ruh oh kah cowp pah)
marketplace – tori  (toh rih)
menu – ruokalista  (ruh oh kah list ah)
service charge – palvelumaksu  (pahl veluh mah xu)
table for two – pöytä kahdelle  (poe ta kahh dell leh)
tip – tippi  (tip pe)
water – vesi  (veh sih)

And here’s how to say menu in other languages!

Arabic–Qa'emat Ta'am  (ka emat ta ham)
Chinese–Càidān  (Tsai Dan)
Croatian–meni  (mih nee)
Czech–menu  (menu)
Finnish–ruokalista  (ruh oh kah list ah)
French–menu  (menu)
German–menü  (mih noo)
Italian–menu  (men oo)
Japanese–Menū  (Meh Nyuu)
Korean–Menyu  (Menu)
Polish–karta  (kar' ta)
Portuguese–Cardápio  (kah daa pee-oo)
Russian–menyu  (mye nyu)
Spanish–la carta  (la car tuh)
Swahili–menu  (may noo)
Thai–Menu  (may noo)
Turkish–menü  (men oo)
Vietnamese–Thực Đơn  (Tuck Dun)

Can I please have the "menu" (ruokalista)? That is one important phrase when dining in the Finnish culture. Thereafter you will want to know the name of basic and traditional dishes in Finnish, which you can learn by getting instant access to the Finnish Language Set.

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