If it tastes good
- This tastes good!
- The food was delicious.
- The food is so delicious.
If it tastes bad
Way saying "I'm done eating"
- I'm full
- I'm stuffed
- Thank you but I could't eat another bite. It was all so good.
- I could't eat another bite I am so full/ stuffed
- Everything was so delicious I am completely full.
- I have had more than enough already, I just can't eat any more.
How to describe the flavor
- The fruit is so good. It's perfect. (Fruit is at the perfect stage for eating (juicy, flavorful) we can say that it is "ripe.")
- It's the perfect combination of sweet and salty. (We can say this about any kind of dessert that brings out both the sweet and the salty flavor.)
- It's so fresh. ( When something is "fresh" it is in good shape to eat. It is ripe. It is not too old or "spoiled".)
- The flavors are rich. ( When we say that the flavors are "rich" we mean that they are intense. Fudge is rich. Cheesecake is also rich.)
- This is kind of bitter. ( Coffee can be bitter. Bitter is the opposite of sweet.)
- This doesn't have much taste. It's bland. ( Things that are "bland" have no flavor. Sometimes a slice of bread can be bland.)
- It's really sweet and sugary. ( Most desserts are sweet and sugary.)
- It's hot (spicy). ( When a kind of food has a lot of spice we can say that it is "hot" or "spicy." Indian food or Mexican food can be very "hot.")
- This taste very sour. ( A lemon tastes sour. You can use this expression when you eat anything with a sour flavor like lemon or vinegar.)