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125+ Food and Drink Quiz Questions (inc. Picture Rounds)

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50 General food and drink quiz questions to test your knowledge PLUS 7 extra rounds making up a virtual 7-course (meal) quiz – perfect for a dinner party!

Welcome to the Ultimate Food and Drinks QuizWe’ve set this ultimate food and drinks quiz up a little differently. First, we’ve got 25 questions and answers each in a general knowledge food trivia quiz and 25 questions in a general knowledge drinks trivia quiz – for those that are looking for straight-up pub quiz questions and want a no-frills quiz.

After that, we’ve essentially got a 7-course meal in quiz form! With 7 quiz rounds of ten questions each: as a palate cleanser we’ve got a guess the fruit picture quiz round, then a cocktail and champagne to start, followed by a wine and cheese quiz round.

For the main course, you can take your pick from our weird and unusual foods quiz, or go global and try to guess the answers to our world foods picture quiz.

And to round off your quiz (meal!) we’ve got a dessert and cake quiz round followed by a tea and coffee round to finish.

So whether you’re hosting your family and friends and party for a dinner party quiz, or want to use each of the quiz rounds as individual pub quizzes, spice up your quiz night and test your knowledge with the ultimate food and drinks quiz.

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125+ Food and Drink Quiz Questions (9 Quizzes inc. Picture Rounds)

Food Trivia Questions

1. What are ‘Haricot Beans’ also known as?
Cannellini Beans or Navy Beans

2. What type of food would you find at a French ‘boulangerie‘?
Bread (and pastries, but to hold the title of Boulangerie in France, they must bake their own bread on premise and their primary function is as a bakery.)

3. True or False: Green olives are just unripened black olives.

4. What is the oldest chocolate bar in the world?
Fry’s Chocolate Cream Bar (from 1866!)

5. What is known as the ‘King of fruits’?

6. A ‘Beef Wellington’ is the signature dish of which Celebrity chef?
Gordon Ramsay

Slice of Beef Wellington on a plate

7. What is the name of the world’s hottest pepper – ranked by the Guinness Book of Records?
Carolina Reaper

8. What is the only food that can never go bad?

9. Kiwi Fruits originated in which country?

10. Of the following fast food restaurants, which is the oldest?
A. McDonald’s.
B. A&W. 
C. White Castle.

11. What is the maximum number of Michelin Stars that can be awarded to a restaurant?

12. In American Food trends, what is the most popular pizza toppings?

Cooked spaghetti twirled around a silver fork in front of a black background

13. What gives Windsor Red cheese its colour and flavour?
Red Wine

14. What general name is given to Indian food cooked in a clay oven?

15. Crawley Beauty, Forge and First and Last are varieties of which fruit?

16. Which chocolate bar sells the most in the world?

17. What type of fish is included in Worcestershire Sauce?

18. What is the national dish of Italy?
Ragu alla Bolognaise (not Spaghetti Bolognaise!)

Two plates with poached eggs on sourdough toast

19. Which country produces the most olive oil?

20. What is the Japanese name for raw fish?

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21. In Scotland, what is traditionally served with Haggis?
Neeps and Tatties

22. Which popular food did Thomas Jefferson introduce to the United States of America?
French Fries

Table with two meals and a glass of red and white wine

23. What is the only fruit with its seeds on the outside?

24. What are the names of the cereal mascots of Rice Krispies?
Snap, Crackle and Pop

25. In Newark, New Jersey, what food is it illegal to sell after 6pm without a doctor’s note?
Ice Cream


Drink Trivia Questions

1. What is added to Brandy to produce Cointreau?

2. What is Adam’s Ale commonly known as?

Woman drinking wine with a glass in each hand

3. What type of alcoholic drink is Tio Pepe?

4. Black Velvet is a mixture of stout and which other alcoholic drink?

5. What is added to grain whisky to produce Southern Comfort?

6. What is considered to be the world’s oldest alcoholic drink?

7. What are the three styles of port?
Ruby, Tawny and Vintage

8. What is the only US State where coffee beans are grown?

Cocktail bar with high stools and pendant lights hanging around the bar

9. What is the Czech word for beer?

10. Where is the Coors Brewing Company located?
Golden, Colorado

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11. Hendricks, Roku and Plymouth and three of the best-selling brands of which spirit?

12. What date is National Pina Colada Day each year?
A. 9 July.
B. 10 July. 
C. 9 June.
D. 10 June.

Iced Coffee

13. Which cereal grain is most commonly used in Beer?

14. What is added to a Martini to make it a dirty martini?
Olive brine

15. Where is Red Stripe Beer brewed?
Kingston, Jamacia

16. Who originally wrote and recorded the song ‘Red Red Wine’, made famous by UB40 in 1983?
Neil Diamond

17. ‘Kirche’ is a colourless brandy produced from which fruit?

18. How much Champagne can be held in a Nebuchadnezzar?
15 Litres

Green tea percolating next to glass of iced tea

19. What are the two ingredients in a dark and stormy cocktail?
Dark Rum and Ginger Beer

20. Which brand of bottled water is marketed with the slogan ‘Earth’s finest water‘?

21. What does the acronym ‘CAMRA’ stand for?
Campaign for Real Ale

22. Which cocktail is traditionally made with cognac, orange liqueur and lemon juice?

Red wine glasses cheers-ing

23. What fruit provides the flavour for the liquor, Chambord?

24. If you are drinking the ‘Green Fairy’ – what are you drinking?

25. What beverage has the slogan ‘it gives you wings!‘?
Red Bull



Guess The Fruit Picture Round

Guess The Fruit Picture Quiz with Answers

The Guess The Fruit picture round is printable, in case you need them as pub quiz questions – just remember to chop the answers off the bottom if handing them out!

For those playing online, the answers are:
1. Dragonfruit, 2. Fig, 3. Kiwi Fruit, 4. Lemon, 5. Lychee, 6. Orange, 7. Rambutan, 8. Durian, 9. Pomegranate


Ultimate Food and Drink Quiz: Cocktail or Champagne to Start

Group of friends cheers with Champagne flutes

1. True or False: The whiskey sour with the egg whites is sometimes called a Boston Sour.

2. What is the process of rotating the bottles of Champagne called?
A. Riddling.
B. Roiling.
C. Riding.
D. Rouletting.

3. Which classic cocktail, consisting of Angostura bitters, vermouth and bourbon was popularised by Marilyn Monroe in the movie “Cocktail”?

4. Identify the cocktail that is made with vodka, triple sec, cranberry juice, and freshly squeezed lime juice and shares its name with an American monthly fashion and entertainment magazine for women.
A cosmopolitan (informally a cosmo).

5. Champagne Supernova” is a 1996 popular song by which English rock band?

Mojito Cocktail

6. What is the technique for opening a champagne bottle with a type of sword used in fencing called?

7. A Grasshopper is a sweet, mint-flavoured, after-dinner drink. What ingredient gives it its distinctive green colour?
Crème de menthe.

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8. The recipe of which popular cocktail is: ‘Three measures of Gordon’s; one of vodka; half a measure of Kina Lillet. Shake it over ice and add a thin slice of lemon peel?
James Bond’s “Vesper” martini.

9. In which French town in the Champagne wine region would you find the Moet & Chandon Champagne House?

10. Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier and which other grape variety are usually used to make Champagne?


Food and Drink Quiz: The Wine & Cheese Round

Wheel of Brie on paper, a wedge cut out, next to two glasses of wine

1. Cabernet Sauvignon is one of the world’s most widely recognized red wine grape varieties. What colour are the grapes?

2. Which wine varietal has an unknown heritage and is grown almost exclusively in California?

3. Which Italian hard, granular cheese produced from cow’s milk is the oldest Italian cheese?
Parmigiano Reggiano (Parmesan)

4. What name is given to a person who sells cheese, butter, and other dairy products?

5. The largest bottle of wine in the world holds 30 litres – what is it’s name?

Two glasses of white wine

6. Which country is the highest producer of cheese?
A. France.
B. Germany.
C. The USA.
D. Switzerland.

7. Apparently, some people have a “fear of wine”. What is the fear of wine called?

8. Which well-known French cheese has the nickname “The Queen of Cheese”?
Brie Cheese.

9. Which wine goes best with French Fries?

10. One of the most popular cheeses worldwide, which sweet, creamy, yellow cow’s milk cheese originates from the Netherlands?
Gouda Cheese


Weird, Wacky and Unusual Food Quiz

Mason jars with fruity cocktails on a black ledge with trees in the background

1. What is a Chinese gooseberry most commonly known as?
Kiwi Fruit

2. Where was Hawaiian Pizza first created?

3. True or False: Ketchup was once used to cure diseases like the common cold and diarrhoea.

4. Which of the following foods can make you hallucinate?
A. Nutmeg.
B. Chillies.
C. Rye Bread.
D. All of the Above

5. What is the most stolen food in the world?

Hand holding an ice cream cone with pink icecream in front of a yellow wall

6. A large number of which nut can spontaneously combust?

7. True or False – the stickers on fruit are edible.

8. In the middle ages, what everyday spice was such a luxury it was used to pay rent and taxes?
Black Pepper

9. What type of sandwich is the only sandwich to have gone to space?
A Corned Beef Sandwich (in 1965)

10. Some fast food trivia for you: How many shapes do McDonald’s Chicken Nuggets come in?
4 – (And they have names! The bell, the ball, the bone and the boot)


World Foods Quiz: Picture Round

World Food Picture Quiz with Answers

The world foods picture quiz is a printable – just remember to chop the answers off the bottom if handing them out!

For those playing online, the answers are:
1. Ragu alla Bolognaise (Italy), 2. Sushi (Japan), 3. Macaroons (France), 4. Paella (Spain), 5. Hamburger (USA), 6. Weiner Schnitzel (Austria), 7. Falafel (Israel), 8. Fry Up (UK), 9. Baklava (Turkey)


Food and Drink Quiz: The Dessert & Cake Round

Blueberry cupcakes on a black wire rack

1. What is the name of a two-coloured oblong cake covered with almond paste?

2. Contrary to what many people believe, German Chocolate cake did not originate in Germany. Where does German chocolate cake originate from?
United States of America (USA).

3. Which meringue-based dessert is named after a famous Russian ballerina?
Pavlova named after Anna Pavlova.

4. Which coffee-flavoured Italian dessert takes its name from the Italian word for “pick me up” or “cheer me up”?

5. What is the official state dessert of Texas?
Pecan pie.

Oreo Sundae in a large balloon glass

6. Which layered pastry dessert made of filo pastry, filled with chopped nuts, and sweetened with syrup or honey was one of the most popular sweet pastries of Ottoman cuisine?

7. What type of frosting would you usually find on a red velvet cake (or red velvet cupcake)?
Cream Cheese

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8. Where did lemon meringue pie originate from?
A. New York.
B. Philadelphia. 
C. San Jose.
D. Seattle.

9. Treacle Tart is the favourite dessert of which fictional character?
Harry Potter.

10. Pasteis de Nata: Where in the world are these delicious dessert tarts originally from?


Food and Drink Quiz: The Tea & Coffee Round

Silver coffee machine making two cups of coffee

1. Tea leaves rolled into small round pellets are known as what?
Gunpowder Tea

2. Which tea leaves meaning “red bush” is used to make a herbal tea especially in Southern Africa?

3. Which country is the coffee plant native from?

4. Appearing commercially around 1904, what was successfully marketed in about 1908 by Thomas Sullivan, a tea and coffee importer from New York?
The Teabag.

5. Introduced in 1892 by wholesale grocer Joel Owsley Cheek, which popular American coffee brand was named in honour of a major hotel in downtown Nashville, Tennessee?
Maxwell House.

Glass mug of tea with a teabag surounded by wickerball fairy lights in front of an open book and hurricane lantern

6. Which country consumes the most tea?
B. Iran.

7. Which country drinks the most coffee per capita?

8. Where is the International Coffee organization located?

9. “A Nice Cup of Tea” is an essay by an English author first published in the London Evening Standard on 12 January 1946. It is a discussion of the craft of making a cup of tea. Who wrote it?
George Orwell

10. During the reign of the Ottoman Empire, in which city was the first coffeehouse opened in 1555?


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