The Dutch Masters’ palate | ‘Previews’ of dishes with Augmented Reality

3-12-2018

  • Maison van den Boer - MondriaanMaison van den Boer - Mondriaan
  • Maison van den Boer - RembrandtMaison van den Boer - Rembrandt
  • Maison van den Boer - VincentMaison van den Boer - Vincent
  • Maison van den Boer - VermeerMaison van den Boer - Vermeer

Maison van den Boer launches exclusive dishes inspired by Dutch Masters this winter. Guests who enjoy ‘The Dutch Masters’ palate’, will receive the finest dishes served as a painting. An intricate composition of colours, shapes and light. Brush strokes and textures, in short dishes as a work of art, accompanied by the perfect beverage. The Van Gogh, Vermeer, Rembrandt and Mondrian dishes can also be ‘pre-tasted’ with the help of Augmented Reality. Each dish reflects the work of art of one of our famous Dutch masters, in presentation and the taste palette! lees verder

Trends we spotted | Week 48

30-11-2018

  • Trends in het kortTrends in het kort

At hospitalitytrends.eu we spot many national and international trends on a daily basis. We pick the most interesting ones to write about, the smaller trends we use in our weekly column ‘Trends we spotted this week’.

This week, amongst others, a link to an article about the collaboration between the Dutch department store the Bijenkorf and the Pulitzer Hotel with as result a great Christmas tree. Although we have to admit the Churchill Arms in Kensington Christmas decoration beats everything! And we wished we were living London, we would love to try the ‘Bumper cars on ice’ at the Elephant & Castle rink! The Angad Arts Hotel has yellow, red, green and blue mood rooms and Dominique Ansel the Cronut® creator, will host online masterclasses. Wouldn’t you love to learn how to make some of his creations? And a couple more links to articles about the nomination for the Nobel Peace Prize for a chef and would you like to sit at a ‘Chatter & Natter’-table?

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The Flyingtable | Creating extra space

30-11-2018

  • De Flyingtable op het terras bij Down Under in Nieuwegein.De Flyingtable op het terras bij Down Under in Nieuwegein.
  • Sfeerfoto gemaakt bij Down Under in NieuwegeinSfeerfoto gemaakt bij Down Under in Nieuwegein

The Flyingtable is one of the nominees of the Horecava Innovation Award 2019 in the category; Concepts, Interior & Design. The table can be attached to every pole, tree or column and can also be removed again without damaging the objects! The nomination confirms that the Flyingtable can be an added value for restaurants, bar, food trucks, hotels and catering establishments. lees verder

Trends we spotted | Week 47

23-11-2018

  • Trends in het kortTrends in het kort

At hospitalitytrends.eu we spot many national and international trends on a daily basis. We pick the most interesting ones to write about, the smaller trends we use in our weekly column ‘Trends we spotted this week’.

This week, amongst others, a link to an article about the fact whether it’s safe to eat wild and cultivated flowers that are being used in Danish restaurants and Seedlip has a pop-up General Store & Bar in London! And an article about Buddha Teas, that did created tea bags infused with CBD. We also read about the plans for a new theme park in Macau with the first Maison l’Occitane hotel and UberEats wants to deliver food with drones! And about KFC’s latest merchandising collaboration with the iconic streetwear designer NIGO.

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Trends we spotted | Week 46

16-11-2018

  • Trends in het kort

At hospitalitytrends.eu we spot many national and international trends on a daily basis. We pick the most interesting ones to write about, the smaller trends we use in our weekly column ‘Trends we spotted this week’.

This week, amongst others, about an automatic Negroni machine in the underground cocktail bar Mr. Fogg’s in London and people living there can order IKEA’s Swedish meatballs through Uber Eats. Michelin released their ‘Cantonese Food Guide 2019’, this is the first Michelin guide that focuses on a cuisine, not a city or region. And also a link to a video  about the Avocaderia in Brooklyn and the EFSA (the European Food Safety Authority) has developed a new food safety management approach that makes it simpler for small retailers to donate food. We also spotted a link to a great video about the process of making the Aviary Cocktail Book. And do you know where Zerobnb stands for? Or did you ever drink Kaffeost? lees verder

The use of power banks in the hospitality industry

15-11-2018

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  • Powerbank of XtormPowerbank of Xtorm
  • Powerbank of Xtorm with cablePowerbank of Xtorm with cable
  • Powerbank of XtormPowerbank of Xtorm

For restaurant owners it will always be important to continue to respond to the needs of the modern guest. The modern guest with his cell phone, we mean! We have already seen several solutions for this, from actions to enthuse guests to switch off the phone during dinner to offering various possibilities to charge their mobile. This doesn’t always have to go hand in hand with huge investments, an example of restaurant De Dorpskamer in Ermelo (the Netherlands), which offers their guests power banks to charge their mobile phone at the table. lees verder

Trends we spotted | Week 45

9-11-2018

  • Trends in het kort

At hospitalitytrends.eu we spot many national and international trends on a daily basis. We pick the most interesting ones to write about, the smaller trends we use in our weekly column ‘Trends we spotted this week’.

This week, amongst others, about Halo Burger that will open the first vegan burger joint that sells the Beyond Burger in London and the Amsterdam-based The Avocado Show will open a restaurant in Brussels by the end of this month. And more vegan news: in London you can follow a fast track vegan chef course! In New York at the Time Warner Center David Chang opened a Korean wrap bar, Bāng Bar. We also spotted crystal cordless lamps!

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Guinness Storehouse | Not a selfie but a ‘STOUTie’

2-11-2018

  • The STOUTie at the Guinness StorehouseThe STOUTie at the Guinness Storehouse
  • The STOUTie at the Guinness StorehouseThe STOUTie at the Guinness Storehouse

The Guinness Storehouse introduced ‘The Guinness STOUTie’, the ultimate way to make your pint your own. Launched at November 1st to mark International Stout Day, a worldwide celebration of the iconic beer style. Visitors to the Guinness Storehouse will experience The STOUTie, a picture perfect pint featuring a selfie on the head of the iconic black and white stout. lees verder

Trends we spotted | Week 44

2-11-2018

  • Trends in het kort

At hospitalitytrends.eu we spot many national and international trends on a daily basis. We pick the most interesting ones to write about, the smaller trends we use in our weekly column ‘Trends we spotted this week’.

This week, amongst others, about shelf stable omelette bars for breakfast and Dubai gets their first floating swimming pool at sea. Also links to a tempting looking purple sweet potato toast and about the new owner of the popular Asian-style chain Wagamama. And chef Quique Dacosta will open a restaurant in London next year! And a video about an adorable latte!

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Junzi Kitchen | Chinese streetfood bings

31-10-2018

  • Junzi Kitchen New YorkJunzi Kitchen New York
  • Junzi Kitchen New YorkJunzi Kitchen New York
  • Junzi Kitchen New YorkJunzi Kitchen New York
  • Junzi Kitchen New YorkJunzi Kitchen New York
  • Junzi Kitchen New YorkJunzi Kitchen New York
  • Junzi Kitchen New YorkJunzi Kitchen New York
  • Junzi Kitchen New YorkJunzi Kitchen New York

Junzi Kitchen is a new-generation restaurant serving Northern Chinese bings and noodle bowls. The restaurant was founded by a team of Chinese graduate students at Yale University with locations in New Haven and New York City. Junzi Kitchen combines Chinese culinary traditions and new ideas with a mission to connect more people and cultures through food. They serve chun bings which are getting a lot of attention as Chinese street food! lees verder

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