Ordering a Pizza

by Craig Shrives

Important Vocabulary

Here are 10 important terms when ordering in a restaurant in English:

size

cheese

sauce

delivery

toppings

slice

base

extra

I would like ...

Can I order .?

Conversation 1

In this conversation, Daniel is ordering some pizza on the phone.

This is the Pizza House. How may I help you?

Hi. Can I order some pizzas please?

Sure! There's an hour wait on delivery or you can pick up in 30 minutes.

I can wait for delivery.

What would you like to order?

I would like two large pepperoni pizzas please.

Can I get extra cheese too?

Of course. What is your address?

It's 17 Cherry Tree Lane, London.

Wonderful. Your pizzas will be with you in an hour.

Our delivery driver accepts cash or card. Bye.

Thank you. Bye.

Conversation 2

In this conversation, Kelly wants many toppings on her pizza.

I would like to order a pizza please.

Sure, large or medium? What base would you like? Thin or thick?

Do you have stuffed crust?

Unfortunately not. I can put extra cheese on the pizza.

Okay. I'll have a large thick crust pizza. Can I have several toppings?

We have a limit of 5 different toppings per pizza, not including cheese.

That's fine. I'll have anchovies, mushrooms, sweetcorn, onions, peppers, and extra cheese.

Great. That will be 10 pounds 50 pence please.

Here you go. Thank you.

Help Us Improve Grammar Monster

  • Do you disagree with something on this page?
  • Did you spot a typo?

Find Us Quicker!

  • When using a search engine (e.g., Google, Bing), you will find Grammar Monster quicker if you add #gm to your search term.
Next lesson >

See Also

ESL Vocabulary Lists by Topic All Role-Play Scenarios for English Learners

Page URL