What are adjectives that describe food?

October 17, 2020 Off By idswater

What are adjectives that describe food?

73 Words & Adjectives to Describe Food

  • Acidic: A food with a sharp taste.
  • Bitter: A tart, sharp, and sometimes harsh flavor.
  • Bittersweet: A less harsh taste than bitterness.
  • Briny: Another word for salty.
  • Citrusy: A bright flavor like that of lemons, limes, oranges, and other citrus fruits.

How would you describe food ESL?

Here is a list of common taste and texture adjectives to describe food:

  • Sugary: sweet and tastes of sugar.
  • Crunchy: makes a loud noise when it is eaten.
  • Sour: a sharp taste, such as a lemon.
  • Burnt: food that has been cooked for too long.
  • Crumbly: food that breaks easily when you eat it.

How would you describe the taste of food?

Flavor, relish, savor, smack, zest, tanginess, piquancy, nip, all those words can be written in place of tang. Bland or dull food is just the opposite. Tart sharp, sharp-tasting that is, bitter, acid or acidic, harsh, sour taste, just like a lemon. Sweet, honeyed and the like words are the opposite.

What are three adjectives to describe yourself?

Positive Words to Describe Yourself

Persistent Genuine Patient
Considerate Independent Resourceful
Courageous Witty Chill
Fearless Open-minded Joyful
Practical Energetic Easygoing

What’s the tastiest food in the world?

The world’s 50 best foods

  1. Massaman curry, Thailand. One more reason to visit Thailand.
  2. Neapolitan pizza, Italy. Neapolitan pizza: always delicious no matter the size.
  3. Chocolate, Mexico.
  4. Sushi, Japan.
  5. Peking duck, China.
  6. Hamburger, Germany.
  7. Penang assam laksa, Malaysia.
  8. Tom yum goong, Thailand.

How do you say something is delicious?


  1. ambrosial,
  2. appetizing,
  3. dainty,
  4. delectable,
  5. delish,
  6. flavorful,
  7. flavorsome,
  8. luscious,

How do you describe a plate?

A plate is a broad, concave, but mainly flat vessel on which food can be served. Most plates are circular, but they may be any shape, or made of any water-resistant material. Generally plates are raised round the edges, either by a curving up, or a wider lip or raised portion.

How do you praise tasty food?

How’s It Taste?

  1. Tastes great! Eating something delicious right now?
  2. Really good! Here’s something else you could say instead of delicious.
  3. Wow, [this food] is amazing!
  4. Yummy.
  5. Flavorful.
  6. Mouth-watering.
  7. This [food] is too [flavor] for me/for my taste.
  8. It could use a little more/less…

How do you describe eating in writing?

To gobble /gulp (down): to swallow something quickly. John gulped/gobbled down his beer quicker than anybody else. To bolt: to eat quickly, because one is in a hurry. To nibble: to eat small amounts of food, by taking small bites.