How to Say “Who wants dessert?” in Japanese

How do you say “Who wants dessert?” in Japanese?

Today’s phrase is :

Who wants dessert?


 dezāto tabetaihito

  • who ? = 誰が? darega
  • wants = 欲しい hoshii
  • dessert = デザート dezāto

The literal translation of “Who wants dessert?” is “誰がデザート欲しい?(darega dezāto hoshii)”, but we do not usually say like that.

We usually say “デザート食べたい人?(dezāto tabetaihito)” in this kind of situation.

If someone asks you “デザート食べたい人?”, you simply reply:



“はい!” means “Yes!”.