When should I say this phrase?

Bīru no o kawari onegaishimasu.

I couldn't figure out the meaning. My main source of confusion is that I've never seen this sentence construction: [noun]のおかわり.




「おかわり」 means "another helping", "refill", etc.

So, 「ビールのおかわり」 just means "another beer".

Therefore, you say:

「[Name of food/drink item] + (を) + お願いします。」

Whenever you have finished your current serving and you are wanting to have another.

  • Or simply 生{なま}(=draft)をください ;) – a20 May 28 '18 at 6:04
  • What if one says 'Okawari no biiru' ? – Chewie Jun 12 '18 at 9:36

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