Bon appétit!

Bon appétit!

If a toast is the best formula at the beginning of the meal, bon appetit wish your guests are nonetheless a nice way to tell them that you hope they will enjoy the dishes you have prepared. But no matter how you tell and the words you use that phrase that can be fun to translate into multiple languages is friendly and auspicious when gathered around a table.

Whether during a picnic with friends, a meal without ceremony or reception on the terrace, enjoy these beautiful moments to bite in life with your teeth into. Bon appétit!

English – Enjoy!

German – Guten Appetit!

Italian – Buon appetito!

Spanish – Buon provecho!

Dutch – Eet smakelijk!

Norwegian – God appetit!

Swedish – Smaklig maltid!

Finnish – Hyvä Ruokahalua!

Polish – Smacznego!

Originally published on Coeur en Fête Facebook : November 08 2012.

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