The Waterwolf in Madurodam | All about water management and 400 years of land reclamation in the Netherlands

22-6-2018

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Beat the Waterwolf! A thrilling and interactive show concerning the Netherlands’ most impressive conquest of the water: the reclamation of the immense Haarlemmermeer Lake. This is the new exciting family attraction in the smallest city of the Netherlands, Madurodam in The Hague. Here you can discover Holland’s highlights and heritage! lees verder

Trends we spotted | Week 25

22-6-2018

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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 functional candy, staying overnight at temples in Japan or Korea and creamart. The list of the World’s 50 Best Restaurants is also published with images of dishes of all restaurants! If you’re in London this summer, check out their ice cream museum SCOOP! If you’re in New York at the end of June and you love pizza, check out Le Strade della Mozzarella. And an interesting read about Amazon’s Alexa that will butler at selected Marriott hotels as from this summer.

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ShareOle | Snap, Share, Earn | Marketing automation with a human touch

19-6-2018

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With ShareOle you reward your customer for sharing pictures of your product or service. This way they guarantee you a higher organic reach on your social media channels and a massive exposure. It’s a new app created by a Dutch marketing company WASOE. Instead of investing in new customers, invest in your current customer and let them help you to reach new customers. Your customer has dinner at your place, makes a picture, shares it at Instagram with the hashtag #ShareOle and the name of the restaurant, the total likes will be translated in a discount! lees verder

Trends we spotted | Week 24

15-6-2018

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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 the ice cream shop Ben & Jerry’s in London that kicked off a blockchain initiative to let customers offset their carbon footprint. And about the new food app Provision that connects food pantries to eliminate food waste. Parisian confectioner Fauchon is best known for their delicious and beautifully crafted desserts and pastries and now they announced that they will be opening a hotel in Paris, from haute cuisine to hospitality! Who knows maybe guests will find one of their delicious pastries on their pillow after turndown service ;-).

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Trends we spotted | Week 23

8-6-2018

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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 American start-up Kabaq that has developed an Augmented Reality software that enables diners to preview their food through Snapchat World Lens. KFC is testing vegetarian chicken and has a branded pool flotation of Colonel Sanders. We wonder whether we will get another president with a hospitality background after 2020 as president of America for the  Democratic Party?

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Truffles from Wales | The famously difficult-to-cultivate delicacy may now be easier to grow outside of its natural habitat

7-6-2018

A British scientist may have unlocked the key to farming expensive truffles, the famously difficult-to-cultivate delicacy may now be easier to grow outside of its natural habitat. The summer truffles or otherwise known as Burgundy truffles (Tuber Aestivum / Uncinatum) and winter truffles (Tuber Melanosporum) otherwise known as Perigord Truffles are grown by the Welsh Truffle Company. We would love to taste these truffles from Wales! lees verder

Trends we spotted | Week 22

1-6-2018

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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 Virgin Voyages reveals the first look inside its newest ship, Kit-Kat’s airport vending machine rewards travellers with candy and how newcomer Freshii is shaking up the healthy eating scene in the United Kingdom.

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Entomofagia | Mexican Michelin restaurant Punto MX integrates insects in his tasting menu

28-5-2018

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Mexican Michelin restaurant Punto MX in Madrid presents its menu Entomofagia and leads the way by being the first restaurant in Europe to integrate insects in various forms into the very DNA of a tasting menu. Dishes are created through research over a 4-year duration while it was prohibited to serve these bugs. How about this dish: Surf’n’turf Guacamole with smoked marlin, 36 month-aged Parmesan, avocado, pomegranate, jalapeños and crispy Chinicuil-worms from the agave plant. lees verder

Trends we spotted | Week 21

25-5-2018

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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 the most expensive taco in the world, Hilton commits to cutting environmental footprint in half and doubling social impact investment and Sleeping under the stars in a luxury ‘Bird House’ in Africa.

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Restaurant Spyce | Culinary excellence elevated by technology

25-5-2018

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Spyce is a Boston-based restaurant, founded by MIT graduates and backed by Michelin-starred chef Daniel Boulud. At Spyce, robots produce healthy fast food at affordable prices. At the newly-opened establishment all bowls start at USD 7.50, the prices are lower than at similar restaurants as robots save on human labor expenses and the robots work fast! The robots prepare your meal in 2 minutes and as you can watch in the video underneath the article, they even clean up their own mess! Spice is located at 241 Washington Street in Boston. How about a Latin bowl with roasted chicken, avocado lime crema, braised black beans, brown rice, bell peppers, tomatoes, corn, green chilies, cabbage slaw, cilantro and radish?

The idea behind restaurant Spyce

‘The Spice Boys’ ,four guys studying at MIT in Boston, Michael Farid, Kale Rogers, Luke Schlueter and Brady Knight created the world’s first restaurant featuring a robotic kitchen that cooks complex meals. They created this concept in hopes of solving a problem they found themselves facing, being priced out of wholesome and delicious food. So they, as robotics-obsessed engineers, created a robot that cooks tasty and nutritious meals, serves them, and cleans up after. The robots and process has been created in two years with many burns, bruises, and eating a lot of Brussel sprouts! As they say: “We’re at the intersection of technology and hospitality, making accessible, tasty and nutritious meals.”

Spyce | The Michelin Star magic from Daniel Boulud

The Spyce boys added some Michelin-Star magic with Chef Daniel Boulud. “When Michael and his three classmates emailed me about a robotic kitchen that could elevate fast food, I was impressed. Not only had they guessed my email address correctly, the videolink to their cutting edge technology was unlike anything I’d seen before. The experience of the robotic kitchen, the food and the vision of the Spyce team far exceeded my expectations. Their passion and innovation needed a strong commitment to ingredients and excellent recipes. So, in addition to becoming an investor, I accepted the position of Culinary Director, and invited Chef Sam Benson, who had worked for me at Café Boulud, to take on the Executive Chef role.”

Sam Benson is the executive chef at restaurant Spyce: “When Chef Daniel Boulud asked me to join four MIT kids and their robotic kitchen, and make food with real flavor, I knew it was a chance to be part of something big. With a multitude of Michelin stars and James Beard accolades for his restaurants and contributions to fine dining, Chef Daniel is considered to be one of the country’s leading culinary authorities. When he talks, you listen. His mentorship paved the way for my experience in the best kitchens in the US and France, it’s been a fun ride. So here we are, and together we make up the Spyce culinary A-Team.”

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