What does “qué sabroso” mean?

when talking about food & its spanish

9 Answers

  • That’s So Tasteful (Eso Es Tan Sabroso)

    So Tasteful (Tan sabroso, Que Sabroso)

    That’s Delicious (Eso es Delicioso)

    So Delicious (Tan Delicioso, Que Delicioso)

    Qué Sabroso is normally used in latin-american nations to indicate that the flavor of something is great and tasteful.

  • Umm qué sabrosa un alimento!

    Umm what a tasty/delicious food!

  • It is Spanish slang for what’s happening. It literally means What’s waving; just like English the real meaning does not make much sense when you use it as slang. I am a high school Spanish teacher, but I once lived in Mexico as an exchange student. Que onda is something that the teens would say. I was not taught it in school. It is much cooler than what you learn in school lol. You can also say que buena onda or que mala onda and that is close to saying something like that’s cool or that is not cool.

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    What does “qué sabroso” mean?

    when talking about food & its spanish

  • Sabroso In English

  • uhm, yummy

    tasty

    delicious

    yummy

  • what tasty

    thats what que sabroso means

  • “How tasty”, “How delicious”.

  • how tasty, how delicious..

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