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Ordering Drinks in Swahili Bar

While inside a Swahili speaking location and you need to purchase a cocktail in a bar or perhaps a shop. It’s great to be familiar with a number of Swahili words to buy refreshments. Learn More

List of Phrases For Ordering Food and Drinks in Swahili Language

Thirsty in Kenya or perhaps in a nation where they speak the Swahili language? We currently have outlined practical Swahili words to purchase beverages in Swahili language.

Swahili Language Words

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Do you serve alcohol?Pombe ipo?
Is there table service?Je, kuna meza huduma
A beer/two beers, please.Bia moja/mbili, tafadhali.
A glass of red/white wine, please.Glasi mvinyo/wini nyekundu/nyuepi, tafadhali
A pint, please.(Pint measure is not used in East Africa, bottles are usually half litre, sometimes 375ml. People order by the bottle and if there are two sizes, they say 'kubwa' for large or 'ndogo' for small.
A bottle, please.Chupa moja, tafadhali.
_____ (hard liquor) and _____ (mixer), please.
club soda
tonic water
orange juicejuici/maji ya machungwa
Coke (soda)Koka
Do you have any bar snacks?Snaki ipo?
One more, please.Moja nyingine,tafadhali
Another round, please.Duru nyingine, tafadhali
When is closing time?Saa ya kufunga ni lini?
Cheers!Maisha marefu

Click on the links below to find out a number of practical Swahili travel phrases which you’ll find arranged by category. For every holiday word or phrase in Swahili, there’ll be the actual English interpretation.

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