Every language has specific terminology for ingredients and preparation methods of food so that unless you have a restaurant menu translated by a translator with food background the result will be unfortunate.
Food is a very specialized field in translation and needs to be taken care of by someone with experience.
It is important to find someone you can trust before getting your menu or product label translated.
ACG Atelier is exclusively specialized in cuisine translations in many languages and is specialized in food, recipes, menus, product labels and more.
We follow the trends on food and drink, staying informed of the latest cookery trends and as a result of this your menu will read like poetry in the language you want.
Atelier not only translates menus for restaurants with Michelin stars but also for small, traditional pubs and restaurants.
The translations of your menus will be translated at the speed you need.
Are you in a hurry to have your menu translated into one or more languages for your wedding, your family party or your corporate event?
The translation department of the ACG Atelier always deliver crafted translations, on time, geared to your needs.
ACG Atelier carries out translations for different sectors of the food industry whether it be a company which sell fresh produce or a certification institute that represent certain sectors of the food industry. We translate the reading on packaging, the product tag or the list of ingredients according to your needs.
Some restaurant owners and managers try to do the translations themselves or they might ask the help of a friend who is not a translator. Some disastrous/hilarious results of this approach can be seen in the following examples of Turkish-to-English translations:
Perhaps the persons who translated the menus, translated everything word by word from Turkish.
The below errors in menu translations may result not only due to the lack of enough background information of the translator but also due to restaurant owners and managers who do not want to spend the time or money necessary to ensure accurate translations.