Describe Your Favourite Place To Eat Out – IELTS Cue Card
Are you searching for words when you speak? Does the Speaking section of the IELTS make you tense? The IELTS cue card “Describe Your Favourite Place To Eat Out” will help you answer questions from the category -Family. Practise using the sample answer given and ace this module of the IELTS with a band 8+.
Describe Your Favourite Place To Eat Out
You may say
- What is the place
- Why this place is your favourite
- Why you like to visit this place
Sample Answer 1
I am a Delhiite and being a foodie runs in our family. From my grandparents to parents and siblings, we love to try different cuisines wherever we go. So, when it comes to eating out in our own city, we prefer Old Delhi for street food, Jama Masjid area for non-veg and Safdarjung Enclave & SDA Market to try out royal food. But, my personal favourite is Dilli Haat.
From the name, one can understand that this place provides an ambience of a village market where clothes, decorative items and food are sold within a sprawling complex. As a result, besides authentic ethnic art and craft stalls selling useful products from all over the country, the Dilli Haat boasts of delectable dishes from every nook and corner of the country. It is located in South Delhi, opposite the INA market. This food and craft market brings out the ‘unity in diversity’ of our country.
I love this place because it provides a complete package of shopping and satisfies my taste buds. I can find all my favourite foods like momos from Sikkim, Kahwa & Kebabs from Jammu, the Rajasthani and Bengal thali or the Gujarati Dhokla in their true form within a small area to suit my mood and cravings. Moreover, I found the small thatched-roof cottages and kiosks that represent the rural atmosphere quite attractive.
- Loiter: stand or wait around without apparent purpose
Eg: He wants to loiter around in the afternoon.
- Gourmet: a person who knows a lot about food and cooking, and who enjoys eating good food
Eg: She is a gourmet and so we invite her to accompany us whenever we visit a new restaurant.
- Ambience: the character and atmosphere of a place
Eg: The ambience of this assembly hall is unique.
Sample Answer 2
I am an enthusiast of Bengali cuisine and love the Park Street area for the variety of cuisine it offers, along with various ranges of restaurants where you can enjoy them. So, combining both my interests, Bhojohori Manna in Park Street, Kolkata, provides me immense pleasure.
I am from the “City of Joy”, Kolkata. And being a Bengali, I am a gourmet. Among the different types of delicacies Bengal alone delivers, the foods of North Bengal and mixed Dhaka Bangladeshi food are my favourites. Some of them are fish curry with coconut, prawns with mustard seed combined with rice with mustard oil, preparations of the Hilsa fish and last but not the least, mutton curry.
Whenever I visit this restaurant, I always order fish fingers, rice, and mustard fish curry with orange juice and dahi. Bengal is a place with lots of culture, tradition, happiness, and enjoyment, which is represented in the ambience of this restaurant. Assortments of the art and craft of Bengal like shola pith, wood carving colours, clay pottery, and terracotta can be found in the decorations of this place. The architecture and colours in this restaurant are according to the culture of Kolkata.
I always feel excited to visit Bhojohori Manna with friends and families during weekends or holidays. Along with the delicious food, I like this place as I get to gossip and loiter with friends.