Here is a list of The Menu Top Movie Quotes! Check out The Menu review too!
The Menu Top Movie Quotes
“Please don’t smoke. It will kill your palate.”- Tyler (Nicholas Hoult)
“What are we eating, a Rolex?”- Margot (Anya Taylor-Joy)
“It’s official. Tonight will be madness.”- Tyler
“Apparently, he’s a big foodie.”- Tyler
“Yea, right. Pond scum.”- Margot
“Please don’t say mouth feel.”- Margot
“Too late. Mouth feel.”- Tyler
“Jesus, this is like prom.”- Margot
“Paparazzi? We’re on an island.”- Felicity (Aimee Carrero)
“I’m Margo. Hi.”- Margo
“We’ll endeavor to make your evening as pleasant as possible.”- Elsa (Hong Chau)
“See? People still know me.”- The actor (John Leguizamo)
“Please do not touch our proteins.”- Elsa
“Good thing we’re pros, yes?”- Elsa
“We gel!”- Elsa
“Now. . . Who’s hungry?”- Elsa
“To work and money!”- Bryce (Rob Yang)
“Chefs- they play with the raw material of life itself.”- Tyler
“Do not eat. Taste.”- Chef
“Accept. Accept all of it.”- Chef
“You don’t think Chef is mad at me, do you?”- Tyler
“There is neediness to the plating.”- Lillian (Janet McTeer)
“We’re eating the ocean.”- Lillian
“We’re eating the ocean.”- Ted (Paul Adelstein)
“I don’t think you can go to South Africa with a DUI.”- Felicity
“Tonight, you get no bread.”- Chef
“It’s gotta be a bit.”- Soren (Arturo Castro)
“It’s fiendish.”- Lillian
“Wait. You like this? He’s basically insulting you.”- Margot
“You old, wicked thing.”- Ted
“Could we please get a little bread?”- Bryce
“You know who we are, right?”- Bryce
“You haven’t touched your food.”- Chef
“It was a very memorable taco night.”- Chef
“These are tortillas.”- Bryce
“I’m sorry, but Chef never reveals his recipes.”- Elsa
“What’s behind that silver door?”- Margot
“You shouldn’t be here tonight?”- Chef
“I didn’t see that coming.”- Tyler
“This is what you are paying for.”- Chef
“Is this real?”- Dave (Mark St. Cyr)
“This is just theater.”- Lillian
“It’s part of the menu.”- Lillian
“EAT! Enjoy.”- Chef
“. . . a bit of barnyard funk.”- Sommelier (Peter Grosz)
“Just do what they say.”- Anne (Judith Light)
“I’ve served many Margots. You’re not a Margot.”- Chef
“We’re all going to die tonight.”- Chef
“Protein or veg?”- Margot
“You think we have better knife skills than them?”- Dave
“Is this bergamot I’m getting, Chef?”- Tyler
“It wasn’t cod, you donkey.”- Chef
About the movie:
A couple (Anya Taylor-Joy and Nicholas Hoult) travels to a coastal island to eat at an exclusive restaurant where the chef (Ralph Fiennes) has prepared a lavish menu, with some shocking surprises. Hosted by the immaculately dressed front-of-house staff led by general Elsa (Hong Chau), the evening unfolds with increasing tension at each of the guest tables as secrets are revealed and unexpected courses are served. With wild and violent events occurring, Slowik’s motivation begins to rattle the diners as it becomes increasingly apparent that his elaborate menu is designed to catalyze to a shocking finale.
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