"We like restaurants."
Translation:Wir mögen Restaurants.
There are a lot of endings for plural nouns in German. You can find them here with great explanations:
Restaurant is not a German word. That being said, what you are looking for in the link is point 7...
"7. -S ending: Many foreign words get an -s ending in German to form the plural."
Also, here is a list of possible spellings of "Restaurant" depending on case and quantityÖ
Hope that helps!
Yes, it is. But I wonder why "Wir mögen Restaurants." is not accepted.
"Uns gefallen Restaurants." has a similar structure to "Us amuse restaurants." The German version "Uns gefallen Restaurants." is often in use and a normal sentence, while in my opion "us amuse ..." is not common in use.
möge is the singular, first-person conjugation of mögen. Wir is plural, first-person, and the conjugation of any verb for plural first-person is the same as for plural third-person, and in the present tense, that is the infinitive. (NB: the formal, second-person conjugation is also the same as the plural third-person.)