How to Order food to go in Portuguese. Uma coxinha para viagem, por favor.

Hi, folks! Here in Brazil it’s common to buy food to go instead of eating at restaurants or diners. And today we will teach you how to order food to go in Portuguese. Ready to learn? Come on!

When we want to order food to go in Portuguese we say the sentences Pra viagem or Pode pôr para viagem. Let’s see how they work!

Examples about how to order food to go in Portuguese

How to Order food in Portuguese. É para agora ou é para viagem?

Igor: Um açaí, por favor.
Atendente:
É para agora ou é para viagem?
Igor: É para viagem.

Igor: One açaí, please.
Attendant:
 For here or to go?

Igor: It’s to go.

How to Order food in Portuguese. Oi, amigo! Pode pôr para viagem?

Luana: Oi, amigo! Pode pôr para viagem?
Atendente: Sim, senhora!

Luana: Hey buddy! Can I have this to go?
Attendant: Yes mam!

Now it’s your turn to use this expression!
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