You'll find all current eat and drink emojis in Whatsapp and Facebook as well as a description of their meaning. Have fun with diving into the colorful world of emojis!
Category: 🍆 Eat & Drink Emojis
Logo of one of the most well-known companies. “An apple a day keeps the doctor away.“ Represents health and is the Germans' favorite fruit. The green apple is also a symbol of friendship.
Me and my friend made our friendship out of this emoji.
Of symbolic importance: stands for love, temptation, the fall of mankind and the expulsion from paradise. In Latin, apple means “bad, fatal, evil“. Snow White is poisoned by the queen with a red apple. Is also used in its direct meaning or for a healthy lifestyle.
The healthy pear is one of the most popular fruits. The shape of the pear reminds us of the female figure and was the eponym for the pear case. It is popularly associated with being blessed with children.
Tangerines sweeten the winter time. The popular citrus fruit has its own holiday on January 4th. Reminds us of the sun and symbolizes the Chinese New Year as well as abundance and happiness.
It left a sour taste! If life gives you a lemon, make lemonade! He’s a real lemon! The yellow citrus fruit of the lemon tree grows in warm climate. It is healthy and refreshing due to the citric acid. Juice and peel are used in cocktails, for cooking or baking.
Someone goes bananas or has a banana problem. For many cultures, the banana is a delicacy and part of a healthy diet. Can also be a sign for fertility or a phallic symbol.
The juicy fruit stands for hot summer days, stone spitting contests, healthy eating and holidays. The emoticon of the watermelon promises bliss of love. It is also said to have a positive effect on potency.
The grapes are hanging too high, wishes are unattainable or goals unreachable. The grape is traditionally interpreted as a sign of good health. Christian symbol and raw material for wine.
We're going to pick blueberries in the forest! The blue summer fruit is one of the local super-foods. They make your tongue blue. Whether in a fruit salad, as a topping for muesli or in a cake. Often related to healthy eating.
Something or someone is extremely sweet! The strawberry stands for sunny days and summer holidays. (Together with champagne, flowers and chocolate) symbol of sensuality as well as romance and wonderful hours for a couple.
The juicy melon is considered a symbol for eroticism and lucky love. Can also be interpreted as a bad omen.
She is always cherry-picking. You are the cherry on the cake! The summer fruit can also stand for love because of the heart shape. People often see it as a symbol of full lips and the kiss. Cherries are also known as the forbidden fruit. In Japan, they are a symbol for self-discovery.
It is about a kind person with a true heart. It symbolizes kindness, love, suffering, etc.
Soft skin, juicy and sweet pulp, aromatic smell: the peach is considered a seductive fruit. Due to the characteristic shape, the most commonly used emoji for the female butt.
It can also be used flirty and then stands for the ladies butt.
I love Indian food! Ripe fruit of a tropical mango. The exotic fruit is sweet, juicy, delicious and is seen as one of the superfoods. In Indian legends the food of the gods.
Queen of fruits. Cultivated as a fruit plant in the tropics near the equator. The juicy and sweet pineapple stands for joie de vivre and enjoyment. “Pineapple face“ is an unfriendly way of describing someone with many scars or pimples in the face.
We are drinking Piña Colada! The coconut is the fruit of the palm tree. It triggers dreams of holidays and is a symbol of tropical beaches and idyllic islands. The coconut is healthy and considered one of the new superfoods.
I love exotic fruits! In connection with healthy eating or foreign countries. The sweet vitamin bomb has a brownish skin, green pulp and black seeds. The kiwi originally comes from China.
Is either hated or loved because of the special taste. You eat healthy or vegan. Stands for a special lifestyle; super-food is totally hip.
Childhood trauma, healthy lifestyle or vegan diet. Related to the cauliflower, it contains few calories and valuable ingredients. Green, healthy but not very popular.
I eat healthy food or “Today I am going to cook an Asian dish“. Be it diet, vegetarian nutrition or side dish with a steak. With this type of vegetables you eat both stem and leaf. Can be used for salad, chard, spinach, or Chinese cabbage.
I’ll have just salad today! The vegetable is low in calories and represents a healthy diet. As a beauty recipe, the slices of the cut cucumber can be placed on swollen eyes.
Colorful and healthy! The sweet pepper comes from Central and South America. An integral part of the kitchen either as a vegetable or spice. Related to healthy eating and cooking.
I like BLT sandwiches (bacon, lettuce and tomato)! or “I drink tomato juice - in Bloody Mary!“ In earlier times, the audience threw rotten tomatoes at actors whom they did not like. Often connected with Italy and Italian cuisine. The tomato is a love symbol. It can be understood as a subtle message of a secret new love.
The eggplant is associated with the male sex. It is one of the sex symbols. Is hated and loved on Instagram #freetheeggplant.
People often use this when sexting.
Due to its shape, it is often used for the male gender.
The red hot pepper has its origin in Mexico. In restaurants often stands for the heat of a dish. A person or a new trend is “hot“ and “sexy“.
Antipasti, favorite topping on the pizza or dry martini. Stone fruit from the Mediterranean area. Loved or hated for its bitter taste. Olive trees grow some 2000 years old.
As a side dish on the grill or as popcorn when at the movies. Corn is native to Mexico and staple food in many countries. Can relate to cooking or healthy nutrition.
The carrot stands for healthy food. Can also be used in connection with rabbits or vegetarians. Due to its form, belongs to the phallic symbols of the food category.
She has a bad garlic breath! Good for health, talisman, popular cooking ingredient, medicinal plant and protects against vampires. When it comes to its odor, however, opinions differ.
I always cry when I cut onions! Healthy vegetable, flavor enhancer for cooking and medicinal plant of the year 2015. The onion came to Europe 5000 years ago. The largest producers include China and India.
He dropped me like a hot potato! The Spanish explorers brought the potato from South America to Europe. Someone is a couch potato, just lying around and watching TV.
The Japanese love to eat it in cold seasons (also known as Yakiimo). Similar to pumpkins over here.
Vacation in France or an invitation to breakfast. Sweet or savory filled puff pastry. The croissant is an integral part of French food culture.
I am having an American breakfast today! Palm-sized round yeast pastry with a hole in the middle. Bagels were brought to the United States by Jewish immigrants and are now considered typical American. The topping is either sweet or spicy.
Man does not live by bread alone or you should know which side your bread is buttered on! Staple food in Europe and North America. Consists of flour, water and a raising agent. Bread has a symbolic meaning and is part of many traditions, e.g. bringing bread and salt for a move-in in Germany.
I'm making myself a sandwich! The baguette, often with cheese and wine, stands for France. Can refer to the country, food or bread in general.
Roti, naan, chubz, tarte flambee, pita, focaccia or tortilla. The baked grain pulp is known worldwide. Original form of all bread. As a side dish or filled or topped. You're hungry, want a sandwich or would like to go to a new Indian restaurant.
This emoji could also be a Venezuelan arepa made with corn flour.
Let's go to Munich, to the Oktoberfest! Symmetrically entangled pretzels, dredged with salt. Emblem of the bakery trade, Bavarian veal sausage breakfast or New Year's pretzel. The pretzel is a German cultural asset with a long tradition.
I love cheese or “Hard cheese!“ Can also be used for dairy products in general. “Cheese“: Standard command of the photographer for everyone to smile on the picture.
Which was first, the chicken or the egg? Popular food for cooking and baking. Can refer to shopping: do we have enough eggs left? Jokingly for a person (you egghead!) or a careful person (I’m walking on eggshells).
A fried egg is sizzling in the pan. This emoji is a symbol for cooking. I'm cooking something!
She’s buttering me up! You’re missing butter in the refrigerator or doing without it as part of a diet. The natural product serves as a flavor carrier and is used in many dishes.
A plate of pancakes: an American-style breakfast with melted butter and maple syrup. You want to express your preference for desserts (“I have a sweet tooth”).
I love waffles for breakfast! The waffle comes from Belgium and the Netherlands. Is baked in a special iron. The oldest pastry in Europe. Popular dish at fairs and as a dessert.
Do you want to eat waffles for breakfast?
I must save my bacon! Crispy fried bacon strips. Component of many hearty dishes, such as burgers or sandwiches. Together with eggs, part of a traditional American breakfast.
We're having a barbecue or “Meat is my vegetables“! On average, men eat twice as much meat as women and twice the amount that is healthy. “One man's meat is another man's poison” or “That's meat and potatoes!”
I’m hungry! We’re going to KFC! Crispy on the outside, juicy on the inside: The bottom part of a poultry is grilled, baked or fried. Popular fast food dish.
We’re going to the Oktoberfest! Knuckles of pork are a very popular dish. Someone is eating like a Neanderthal, wants to appease his appetite for meat or invites you to a barbecue.
I love junk food! Fast food dish: A hot sausage in a rather long bread roll is the basis. Is a must-have when going to that Swedish furniture store chain or a basketball game.
I love American food! The fast food classic par excellence: sesame rolls topped with a kind of ground beef steak, tomato, onion slices and lettuce. Used in connection with the United States or food in general.
We're going to the chippy! Ingredient of national dishes, for instance, with mussels in France or fish and chips in the UK. Fast food, as a side dish and globally a popular frozen product.
Pizza salami is the most popular pizza in Germany. Many people associate it with a cozy evening with friends. Or to fight a hangover after an evening of convivial drinking.
Fancy a snack? Two or more (toasted) slices of bread topped with cold meat, cheese, salad and mayonnaise. Classically without the crust and cut in triangles. A quick meal, a sandwich, for a picnic or the occasional hunger while out and about. Sandwich method (wrapping negative things in a praise) or the sandwich child.
We're going for a kebab! A filled flatbread or pita with salad, meat or falafel and sauce. It can also be a gyros sandwich or shawarma. Refers to food or fast food. Might represent hunger.
Dinner tonight at the Turkish restaurant? Popular oriental food. Fried balls made from pureed chickpeas. Originally from Egypt. Fast food variant and vegetarian alternative to kebab.
Viva la Mexico! I feel like Mexican food! Popular Mexican fast food dish. Crunchy corn or wheat tortilla filled with minced meat, salad, cheese and salsa.
We’re going to the new Mexican restaurant! Soft wheat tortilla stuffed with rice, beans, minced meat, salad and cheese. Mexican (fast food) dish from the Mexican and Tex Mex cuisine.
I love Mexican food! Traditional Central American dish. Corn dough, meat and other ingredients are steamed in corn or banana leaves. In connection with travel, exotic cuisine or the preferred food.
I'm on a diet! A bowl of lettuce, tomatoes, and onions. Can refer to a healthy lifestyle or eating habits (vegetarian, vegan) and express a preference for salad.
I am going on vacation to Spain! The traditional national dish paella is prepared in a metal pan: saffron rice, vegetables and meat or fish. Can be used for a dinner with friends or cooking in general.
Today we only have canned food or “I'll take some canned food with me to go camping“. The can contains food that has been preserved by heating up, such as fruits, vegetables or soups.
I'm canning jam! An empty canning jar or screw jar for preserving and storing food. Often used by kitchen fans in combination with food emojis, such as fruit or pickles. Can also indicate an effort.
I love pasta! Spaghetti with tomato sauce is an Italian classic. Very popular with young and old people. Shows your own fondness for pasta and stands for Italy.
Japanese dish with ramen noodles. Traditionally served with chopsticks. The steaming bowl can also represent a warm, cooked meal such as soup.
I'm so hungry! A pot filled with food. Could be a stew or a soup dish. Measured by the pot size, a filling meal for more than one person. Emoji is related to food and cooking.
I love the Asian cuisine! Asian curry dish served in a bowl. The base is a usually a creamy sauce with various spices and meat or fish and vegetables, between super hot and mild.
Sushi is a Japanese dish. Boiled vinegar rice is rolled up with raw fish and vegetables and served in bite-sized pieces. In addition to soy sauce, it is usually served with wasabi and pickled ginger.
I brought something for my lunch break! Bento refers to a Japanese box with practical compartments. This way, lunch or dinner can be well prepared and transported. Can refer to Japan, food in general or the trend meal prep.
General term for a dish, with different fillings. Depending on the country, the stuffed pasta has different names: Dumpling (China), Empanada (Spain), Gyoza (Japan), Jiaozi (Korea), or Pierogi (Poland).
It's known as momo in India.
The world is my oyster! Decadent and aphrodisiac food, manufacturer of pearls and symbol of sexuality and fertility. The hard shell protects the clam from enemies.
The prawn fritter (ebi furai) is a popular food in Japan. Appears in connection with a holiday in Asia, a visit to a Japanese restaurant, or with small male genitals.
“I've ordered Japanese food” or “I'm hungry!” Rice balls with edible seaweed leaves. Like rice crackers, they are part of the most popular Japanese food.
Traditionally, cooked rice is said to have a magic power. Means that better living conditions are waiting for you or that you will be served a delicious rice dish.
Let's go to an Asian restaurant! Rice cracker with an edible seaweed leaf. Is a very popular snack in Japan.
Japanese fish burger “Narutomaki” with pink spiral pattern. For example, as a topping in ramen noodle soup. Emoji is also known as a synonym of the “@” sign.
A fancy decorated cookie.
Belief is able to move mountains! Aphorism or prophecy: The fortune cookie is known from Chinese restaurants in the US or Europe. You cannot read the banner within the sweet pastry before you break the biscuit open. Stands for Far Eastern philosophy.
The Chinese moon cake is traditionally eaten in autumn during the Moon Festival (Mid-Autumn Festival). The small sweet or spicy cakes are given away to relatives. Are said to be the precursors of fortune cookies. Symbol of autumn and harvest.
Typical Japanese winter dish. Oden consists of several ingredients, such as boiled egg, potatoes, seafood and tofu. Served as a stew or on a spit for dipping in sauce. Often used in conjunction with Japan.
Dangos are steamed dumplings made of rice flour and water. Often they are served on a spit. In this variant, the balls are colored with red beans, egg yolk, and matcha.
I love ice on hot summer days! Food trend from Japan and very popular in Hawaii. Ice blocks consisting of water and fruits or syrup are scraped. Refreshing and very soft texture.
Let's have some ice cream! One or more scoops of ice cream in a cup, often garnished with crumble, fruit, waffle rolls, chocolate sauce and cream. Symbol for the summer and popular refreshment on hot days.
Summer, sun, ice cream. The ice cream gets its soft texture through being frothed by overpressure. Soft ice cream is mainly distributed via fast food chains. The emoji can also be used for an ice cream in a waffle or frozen yogurt.
I love cake or “American Pie is my favorite movie“! Ingredients stewed under a cover of dough, savory or sweet. Crispy outside, juicy inside: Pies are popular in the English and American areas.
Shortcake is a typical American dessert. The tea cake is traditionally made with strawberries in summer. Can be used for invitations, e.g. for coffee and cake, or to express the desire for something sweet.
A case for the calorie police! As sweet as sugar and beautiful to look at. The small decorated mini tarts are usually made of batter with a topping, such as mousse or cream and sugar pearls. American pet name.
Traditionally, the cake with the burning candles is a birthday cake. The birthday child blows out the candles and wishes for something. Generally for celebrations and congratulations.
I definitely want another dessert! Mixture cooked in a water bath, mostly made of eggs, milk and sugar, served with caramel sauce. Can also be used for flan, creme caramel, English cream or desserts in general.
You're so sweet! or “I want candy!“ The lollipop conveys fun and reminds us of our childhood. Also used to conciliate a person or in a sexual context. Popular emoji of food bloggers.
You are so sweet! Symbol of childishness and cuteness. The bonbon (from the French “bon”, good) is a candy made of sugar for sucking. Also used as a synonym for an encore or a reward. Are given to children on Halloween.
“I love chocolate“ or “chocolate makes you happy“! An emoji for all chocolate lovers. Main ingredients are cocoa products from the cocoa tree as well as sugar. The most chocolate is eaten in Europe and North America.
I'll get the popcorn! You are preparing for verbal slander and mud-wrestling, you expect to enjoy reading a thread, or a special event is awaited with anticipation. The popcorn emoji can be used to invite someone to the cinema or to a cozy evening in front of the TV.
You crave for something sweet! Policemen are constantly eating doughnuts in American movies, and they are also known to be Homer Simpson's favorite food. Because of its shape, there could also be a sexual meaning behind it.
Cookies! Not only the Cookie Monster from Sesame Street loves them. With their National Cookie Day in December, Americans even have a holiday for the sweet pastries. “That's the way the cookie crumbles!“
Pull the chestnuts out of the fire. The fruit of the chestnut tree ripens in a spiny capsule. In September, the ripe fruit falls off the tree and the capsule bursts. Roasted chestnuts can be eaten. They are used in medicine and by children to do handicrafts. Symbol for autumn.
That’s peanuts! It's a bagatelle, just small potatoes. People like to nosh the legume or eat it in the form of peanut butter. Peanuts originally come from South and Central America.
I love Mr. Bean! Beans belong to the legumes, are rich in protein and are eaten around the world. Can stand for the vegetable itself or coffee beans. But be careful, too many beans cause unpleasant flatulence!
“The land of milk and honey“ or “You catch more flies with honey than with vinegar“. Made by bees, desired by bears. Emoji also stands for: afacility within computer networks to watch hackers, a swimming device for Pooh Bear as well as place of setting in Harry Potter novels.
Popular drink among children. Hot milk with honey is considered a sleep aid. The glass is filled with cow's milk or a plant-based alternative, such as soy or almond milk. Someone lives on vegan food or suffers from lactose intolerance.
A glass is emptied. Either accidentally tipped over, the liquid poured out or poured. Can symbolize the “toast“ in honor of a deceased person or to illustrate how empty and drained you feel right now.
I have to feed the baby. Generally refers to babies and feeding. Can also be used disparagingly, if someone behaves childishly or immaturely.
Used as coffee or tea emoji. Can be used for any type of hot drink. Someone urgently needs a coffee to wake up or wants to read a book while having an unhurried cup of tea.
Matcha is my favorite tea! Cup with green tea. Green tea differs from other tea types in the preparation, ingredients, effect and taste. Represents tea ceremonies in Japan, healthy diet (trend drink) and the preference for tea.
We’re reading tea leaves! Popular hot drink: pure enjoyment and relaxation. The tea holds its temperature better in the bulbous teapots. China, Japan, England but also South America and East Friesland are known for their tea ceremony and culture.
Cold tea with milk, syrup and sweetened tapioca pearls. Invented in Taiwan in the 1980s, a trend in Asia and the USA in the 1990s and a cult drink in Europe in 2010. In connection with bubble tea or Asia.
I'm packing the children's lunch box! Portion packs with a straw, usually with a soft drink or fruit juice. Popular thirst quencher for school and leisure.
I'm drinking a shake! Soft-drinks are served in fast-food restaurants in disposable drinking cups with lids and flexible straws.
Ceramic sake jar with small bowl, in which Sake is served. The wine made of fermented rice is a popular alcoholic drink in Japan. Is drunk hot or cold. Represents Japan itself as well as the culture and the cuisine.
Fancy a glass of beer? Let's go to the Oktoberfest! According to the German Purity Law, only hops, malt, water and yeast may be used for brewing. Due to the variety, it would take anyone 13 years to try a different German beer every day.
Two beer mugs, which are clinked. An old tradition: You raise your mugs and drink to each other's health and a digestible beer. You have something to celebrate or you enjoy drinking together during an evening with friends.
Congratulations or “Happy New Year“. There is an occasion to toast or celebrate. The symbol is often found on invitations for birthdays, New Year's Eve or weddings.
Wine and dine! This is new wine in old bottles. Goes well with many occasions when drinking alcohol: parties, birthdays, restaurant visits or simply a cozy evening with friends.
Straight glass with a thick bottom: The typical glass form for drinking and tasting whiskey and rum. We've got something to celebrate! You want to go to a bar with friends.
From the glasses with the conical shape you usually drink martini or cocktails. “Shaken, not stirred!“ is how James Bond mostly enjoys his favorite drink.
We’re relaxing by the pool with a cocktail! Mixed beverage, mostly with alcohol, served in a cocktail glass with small parasol. Represents an exotic place, a party or holiday.
Mate tea is very popular in South America! The leaves of the mate bush give the infusion a green color. Traditionally drunk from a mate cup, the calabash, and a drinking straw with a sieve. Mate tea stands for revitalizing effects, health benefits and tradition.
Let the corks pop! Symbol for celebrations of all kinds, such as birthday, wedding or New Year's Eve. Can also be used for a personal success, such as an achieved aim or a passed exam.
It's so hot outside, I need to cool down. In summer, ice cubes provide cool and refreshing drinks. An invitation to relax (stay cool) or you are totally easy.
Cutlery for spooning up soft or liquid food, such as ice cream, cereal, soup or dessert. Refers to a meal, someone is hungry! Someone got the wooden spoon, colloquial for being the last one in the competition.
I'm hungry! Fork and knife are the most widely used utensils for food consumption in Western cultures. Symbol for restaurants and indication that you can eat something in this place.
Tonight we’re going to a nice restaurant! The setting of plates, cutlery and glasses always follows a certain order. The more upscale the ambiance, the stricter the realization. Emoji is associated with serving food, whether at home or in a restaurant or while waiting for the dish.
There is no milk for breakfast or it is cold and you want a hot soup! A bowl or dish with a spoon and no special content. It's about foods that are eaten from a bowl, such as cereals, rice pudding or noodle soup.
I'll fetch something from the Chinese snack stand! If you order Asian food to take away, you often get it in a folded cardboard box with handle for an easy transport.
We’re having fondue! Culinary event and Swiss specialty. Pieces of white bread are dipped in cheese, pieces of meat in hot oil or fruit in melted chocolate. You eat it in company and often in the cold winter months.
Represents a holiday in Southeast Asia or a taste for Asian food. The use of chopsticks requires coordination and some practice. Eating utensils used in pairs by East Asians.
“The soup needs a pinch of salt!” or “The Salt of the Earth”. Rub salt into someone's wounds. Without salt, humans would not survive. Spice, preservative agent and very precious in the Middle Ages (white gold).