How many of these are Italian terms? How many of these have you ordered in the last week? Last month?

According to the survey, at least half of diners say they do not understand the following menu terms in ranking order:

Okonomiyaki (o-konomi-yaki) — 69%
Gochujang (go-choo-jang) — 67%
Piri piri (pir-ree-pir-ree) — 64%
Yuzu (yoo-zoo) — 64%
Bibimbap (bi-bim-bop) — 64%
Gougère (ɡo͞oˈZHer) — 63%
Guanciale (gwan-cha-lay) — 62%
Shiso (SHēsō) — 62%
En brodo (en BROH/doh) — 61%
Ballotine (bal- -teen) — 61%
Harissa (hah-ree-suh) — 60%
Patatas bravas (pəˌtɑːtəs ˈbrɑːvəs) –58%
Meuniere (muh n-yair) — 58%
En papillote (ahn pa-pee-yawt) — 57%
A la plancha (ä lə ˈplän(t)SHə) — 55%
Lardo (lar-do) — 55%
Romesco (ruˈmesku) — 55%
Amuse bouche (ah-mooz-boosh) — 55%
Primi (pri-mi) — 54%
Pavlova (pav-luh-vuh) — 54%
Crudo (kruːdo) — 54%
Croustade (kroo-stahd) — 52%
Semifreddo (semi – freddo) — 51%
Terrine (tuh-reen) — 51%
Cremeux (kʀemø, øz) — 50%

… Not many of our items made this list! But we did make the next list of The 20 Most Commonly Mispronounced Food Words.