Lets look at these 2 sentences:
у нас есть / We have.
что вы хотите есть? / What would you like to eat.
(In both of them the word "есть" is used differently).
I'm confused as for the use of "есть" in both "ordering scenarios" where on one hand it refers to "having" (which I don't get since "у нас" should include having on its own same way that "у меня" on its own does without having to include this "есть" addition) and on the other hand it means to eat. Also Also how would the phrase in Russian "what do you HAVE to EAT" be written and if it includes "есть" 2 times? I am guessing it would be something like: "что есть у вас есть"? or "что у вас есть по есть"?
Maybe these last 2 sound grammatically horrific but I'm a newbie here, thanks a lot !