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DISH vs. MENU   (1品の)料理 vs. メニュー

We call an individual item of food that makes up part of a meal -- for example, a plate of spaghetti, a salad, or a soup -- a dish.

The menu is the list of dishes and drinks that can be ordered at a restaurant.

(Be careful: In English, the word menu is NOT used to mean "dish". For example, we do NOT say, "Potato salad is my favorite menu.") 

個々の料理のことを dish といいます。例:スパゲティー、サラダ、スープ

menu は、料理の一覧表で、レストランなどのいわゆるメニューのことです。

注意: menu は、料理の意味では使われません。例えば Potato salad is my favorite menu. とは言いません。 
1.a:What's your favorite dish?
b:Baked ham.
2.When we go to a Chinese restaurant, we usually order several dishes and share.
3.Can we order a vegetarian dish or two? I don't eat meat.
4.a:How was the meal last night?
b:Fantastic. The main dish was Peking Duck.
5.(to a waiter)
Could you bring us a couple of menus please?
6.(to a waiter)
a:What's good on the menu today?
b:I recommend the leg of lamb or the Irish stew.
7.(a waiter to customers)
Would you like to see the dessert menu?
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