How do you say thank you for cooking?
If you don’t wish to add, ‘It was delicious‘, the best way is to say, ‘Thank you for cooking dinner for me. ‘
How do you comment on delicious food?
How’s It Taste?
- Tastes great! Eating something delicious right now? …
- Really good! Here’s something else you could say instead of delicious. …
- Wow, [this food] is amazing! …
- Yummy. …
- Flavorful. …
- Mouth-watering. …
- This [food] is too [flavor] for me/for my taste. …
- It could use a little more/less…
How do you appreciate delicious food?
The meal tonight was very tasty. You’ve done a great job. Thanks very much, you cooked that meal to perfection.
To acknowledge a good meal and comment on the taste of the food, you can say:
- What a fantastic meal!
- We thoroughly enjoyed ourselves.
- That was a delicious meal.
- It was a very satisfying meal.
How do you say food is delicious?
Delectable food is delicious, tasty, mouth-watering, appetizing, scrumptious, luscious, enjoyable, palatable, delightful, toothsome, pleasing, satisfying. Never tasteless, disgusting, or nauseating.
How do you appreciate a chef?
We are warm-heartedly grateful to you for all your effort in making all those wonderful dishes and drinks and for the presentation of food. _We are genuinely grateful to you for making the incredible meal for us. We all appreciate your effort and we are truly fortunate to have such a talented chef with us.
How do you reply to yummy?
@mkb6979 “looks delicious” This is a compliment to food. The proper response is Thank you, or just Thanks!
What do you say when food looks good?
Here are some other ways to say ” Delicious ” : *tasty : (informal) food that is tasty has a strong taste that you like *appetizing ( also appetising British English ) food that looks or smells appetizing makes you feel that you want to eat it.
How do you describe good taste?
Flavorsome indicates good tasting, full of flavor, specifically pleasant flavor; implying delicious, tasty, appetizing, scrumptious, yummy, juicy, succulent, heavenly, inviting, luscious, mouthwatering, palatable, saporous, savory; may be divine, toothsome, and tempting.