料理を一つずつ出して下さいって英語でなんて言うの?

アメリカのレストランに行くと、サラダやメインがよく一気にでてきます。ゆっくり食べたいので料理を一つずつテーブルに置いてほしい時になんと言えばよいでしょうか
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Chikh さん
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  • Can I get my order one by one ?

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Can I get my order one by one ? (料理を一つずつ出して下さい)(注文を一つずつもらえますか)
という表現ができます。
参考になれば幸いです。
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  • Can you bring our food out one by one?

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  • Can you bring the food out separately?

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When you want to explain to a waiter that you would like food ordered to be brought out one by one; then you may ask in the following ways:
-Can you bring our food out one by one?
-Can you bring the food out separately?
「料理を一つずつ出してください」とウェイターに頼みたいなら、次のように言えます。

-Can you bring our food out one by one?(料理を一つずつ出してもらえますか)

-Can you bring the food out separately?(料理を別々に出してもらえますか)
Aiden J DMM英会話講師
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  • Could you bring my starter and mains out seperately?

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  • Can you serve one plate at a time?

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  • Can you serve one plate at a time?

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Could you bring my starter and mains out seperately?
Can you serve one plate at a time?
Can you serve one plate at a time? Rather than a question, you could state to your waiter that you would like to eat each plate on it's own. This will indicate to him or her to serve you one plate at a time. One at a time is a popular phrase to mean individually.
Could you bring my starter and mains out seperately?(前菜とメインを分けて持って来てもらえますか)
Can you serve one plate at a time?(一皿ずつ出してもらえますか)

質問ではなく、「一皿ずつ食べたい」という言い方もできます。これでも、一皿ずつ出して欲しいことが伝わります。

"One at a time" は「一つずつ」という意味の一般的なフレーズです。
Chinique DMM英会話講師
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  • Can you bring the food out as and when it is ready?

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  • Can you bring my orders out as and when they ready?

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  • Please don't bring all of the food out at once. Just one dish at a time, thank you.

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By asking the server to bring out your orders 'as and when it is ready' you are asking them to bring it out separately, not all at once.
Any of these answers is a good way of asking a server not to serve all of your orders at once.
Can you bring the food out "as and when it is ready?"' では、注文を「一斉に」ではなく「別々に」出して欲しいとお願いしています。

これらはどれも「注文を一つずつ出して欲しい」とウェイターにお願いするすごく良い言い方です。
Matt L DMM英会話講師
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  • Can you bring the dishes out one by one?

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  • Could you bring the dishes out one plate at a time?

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The phrase "one by one" means that one thing will come and then when that is done, another thing will come after that (in this context, it would be plates or dishes.

Another way of saying it would be "one plate at a time"which means at one time, only one plate will be put at your table. Once your food is finished on that plate, then the next one will come.
"one by one"(一つずつ)は、一つのものが来て、それが終わったらまた別のものが来ることを表します(この場合は、お皿あるいは料理について言っています)。

他に、"one plate at a time" という言い方もできます。これは、一度に一皿しかテーブルに置かれないことを表します。そして、それを食べ終えたら次のお皿が来ます。
Chelsi B DMM英会話講師
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  • Can you bring the food out one by one

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  • Can you bring the food out one dish at a time

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  • Can you bring the starter and main course seperately

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Sometimes when eating out it might get confusing when they should bring the dishes out to you so if you don't want them all together then you vould ask them to 'bring the food out one by one' or 'one dish at a time' another way to say this is to ask to bring the 'starter and main course seperately'
外食をすると、いつ料理を出すかで少し混乱することがあるかもしれません。全部一緒に出してもらいたくないなら、'bring the food out one by one' または 'one dish at a time' と言えます。

もう一つ、'starter and main course seperately' という言い方もできます。
Mia St DMM英会話講師
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  • Please bring the food out plate by plate.

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  • Can you bring the food out separately?

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  • Please serve the courses one at a time

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Please bring the food out, plate by plate.

By saying this, you are asking them to not bring all of the plates at once, but rather one by one. Also, by stating and not asking, the waiter will hopefully do so without any questions.

Can you bring the food out separately?

This means that the food will be brought out separately and not all at once. The individual plates/dishes will be brought to your table one by one.

Please serve the courses one at a time.

If you say this to the waiter, you could mean that he or she should bring out the different dishes one at a time. So appetizers/starters first, then the main course and lastly the dessert. Instead of bring all of the courses at the same time, the waiter will wait until you finish one course before bringing the next one.
Please bring the food out, plate by plate.
(1皿ずつ料理を出してください。)

これは、料理を一度に全部ではなく、1つずつ出してほしいことを伝えるフレーズです。また、こう伝えることでウエイターは質問せずにそうしてくれることでしょう。
 
Can you bring the food out separately?
(料理を別々に持ってきてもらえますか?)

これは、料理を全て一緒にではなく別々に持って来てほしいという意味です。1つずつ出してくれることでしょう。
 
Please serve the courses one at a time.
(1皿ずつだしてください。)

こう伝えることで、一度に1つずつ出してくれることでしょう。前菜が先にきて、それからメインコース、最後にデザートとなります。ウエイターはあなたがそのお皿の料理を食べ終わるのを待ってから、次の料理を出してくれます。
Arne DMM英会話講師
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  • Would you please bring out the dishes one at a time not altogether?

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  • Would you please serve each dish separately

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  • Could you bring the following course only when we finish the first please?

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Yes, it can be irritating if you find that you have in front of you your soup, main course and dessert all at the same time. This would rarely happen, but if you think it may, then you need to be very specific at the time of ordering. Any of the above statements should clarify your position.
Ian W DMM英会話講師
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  • Can you bring the food out as and when it is ready, please?

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  • Can we have each course separately, please?

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"Can you bring the food out as and when it is ready, please?"
This requests that the waiter brings each dish as soon as it has been cooked. This would mean that your whole order would eventually be brought to your table (including starters and mains) but each dish would be as fresh as possible. Usually, the starters would take less time to prepare so they should come first.

"Can we have each course separately, please?"
This requests that your food is brought to the table in stages (courses: starter, main and dessert). Making your meal more structured. All the starters would be brought at the same time. Then the main courses, followed by the desserts.

It is best to follow any request with the word 'please'.
Jack Cook DMM英会話講師
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  • Could you bring out my food one at a time, please?

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  • Please could you bring out my food when each is ready?

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  • Is it possible to bring my food out one by one?

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Could you bring out my food one at a time, please?
Please could you bring out my food when each is ready?
Is it possible to bring my food out one by one?

When you are in a restaurant and you want them to bring your food out one by one or when each is ready, then you can use one of these three sentences.

I hope that helps.
Have a great day.
Will
Will Jay DMM英会話講師
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  • Could you bring the dishes out one at a time please?

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When you ask the waiter this question it could be due to the fact that you want to enjoy eating one dish at a time, another reason could be that the food will be warmer if it's been brought out straight from the kitchen rather than sitting on the table for a longer period of time.
Logan M DMM英会話講師
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  • I would like my meal served one course at a time.

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  • Please spread my meal out into multiple courses.

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When a meal is served in separate dishes at a time, these multiple servings are called courses. An example would be a three-course meal, and that would usually consist of soup or salad, followed by the main meal, and then a dessert would be served afterward.
Laurel DMM英会話講師
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  • Can you bring the food out one by one?

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  • Can you bring the food out one at a time?

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  • Can you serve each dish one at a time?

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The first two examples show that we can either say, "one by one," or, "one at a time," to mean the same thing. Notice as well that you are also able to use the verb, "to serve," and the noun, "dish," in a sentence as well.
Jonathan B DMM英会話講師
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  • One at a time

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  • One by one

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Any of the above two phrases can be used when telling the waiter/tress to bring the food out one by one and not all at once.

Examples;

- Could you please serve the food one dish at a time.
- Please bring out my meals one by one.
Robyn K DMM英会話講師
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