Translation:Is the plate delicious?
Thanks for bringing this up.
In Eng. "delicious" means pleasing to the senses whether it is touch, sight, hearing, smell or taste = 맛있는 (from 맛있다 = be delicious)
"Tasty" specifically appeal to the taste i.e. the word describes either the pleasant flavor in one's mouth or one's personal liking = = 맛좋은 (from 맛 좋다, to taste good; or to have good taste)
접시가 맛있습니까? = Lit. "Is the plate delicious?" = How does the plate appeal to you (to your senses, not necessarily 'taste')?
접시가 맛좋습니까? = Is the dish tasty? = Does the dish taste good?
• The answer needs to be in question form. Note the question mark at the end of the Korean sentence.
• Avoid "dish" as the word is ambiguous.
Dish can mean either the flat bottomed piece of the tableware to hold food i.e. a plate or food itself.
접시 is plate.
요리접시 - dinner plate
안주접시 - side plate
Suggest next time, you try:
"Does the plate taste good?"
• 요리 is dish (food)