Translation of cuisine in Spanish:

cuisine

cocina, n.

Pronunciation /kwəˈzin//kwɪˈziːn/

noun

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    cocina feminine
    • Until the 90s, fashionable restaurants offered French cuisine, which meant rich sauces.
    • And going to a French restaurant in Atlanta is no guarantee that you will be served French cuisine.
    • Eating authentic Chinese cuisine is a cultivated taste and one worth exploring and learning.
    • Garlic and olive oil typify the cuisine of both regions.
    • Her French / Indian fusion cuisine won her many devotees and glowing reviews in the American media.
    • People flowed to their seats with decorum eagerly anticipating the thrill of gourmet cuisine.
    • Civilizations that have remained relatively untouched by the ravages of war have invariably produced the finest cuisine in the world.
    • We came here just to taste the Thai cuisine.
    • Basically your garbage pail is the hippest new fusion cuisine restaurant in town for ants.
    • During the trek the group stayed in four different lodges and ate simple, traditional Chinese cuisine.
    • A full menu of authentic Cuban cuisine is available in the restaurant's dining room.
    • For instance, the Thai breweries organize a Beer Festival with plenty of traditional Thai cuisine to sample as well.
    • You've tasted this intriguing cuisine in noodle houses and more formal Vietnamese eateries.
    • I feel robbed that I didn't eat authentic Thai cuisine until the age of 27.
    • Yet, kosher did not alter Indian vegetarian cuisine in any way, he said.
    • Besides, almost every other country's cuisine has already had its moment on the front burner.
    • The Moghul influence has also extended the rich and diverse cuisine of the country.
    • In South Indian vegetarian cuisine, milk products are not used much.
    • Lunch and dinner serves original Japanese cuisine exclusively cooked by expert chefs who display their unique performances at your table.
    • His knowledge of the cuisine of different regions of India is encyclopaedic.