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Catering Service

Updated:2008-06-03 18:15 | Source:

  The food services will be featured with fresh, inviting, various and plentiful foods. Menus will satisfy the diverse requirements of media from all nations as well as reflect the culture of Beijing and China.

  Media Villages Breakfast, which will be the main meal consumed within the Media Villages, will provide a wide variety of hot and cold food and beverages. Breakfast will be a buffet service.

  Also there will be lunch and dinner services available for the media residents and an supper menu is planned which will include hot choices as well.

  In addition, restaurant dining areas and facilities like a Cafe Bar, serving drinks and snacks, will be set up in the Media Villages.

  MPC Catering services for the MPC will operate 24 hours daily in periods according to schedule. Services for the Paralympic MPC will be similar in standard to that of the Olympic period, but on a smaller scale.

  Different service types are planned for the MPC, including an international food court (within which there will be a McDonald's restaurant), an open air dining area, a lobby café and several media bars, etc. The services will include fine dining, buffet and grab & go in different areas.

  IBC Catering services for the IBC will operate 24 hours daily in periods according to schedule. Services for the Paralympic IBC will be similar in standard to that of the Olympic period, but on a smaller scale.

  Different service types are planned for the IBC, including international food courts, a lobby café and several media bars, etc. The services will include fine dining, buffet and grab & go in different areas.

  Competition Venues Food and beverage service will be provided in the Media Lounge of competition venues, the duration of which depends on the schedule of specific competition sessions.

  Apart from the user-pay service in the lounge, some free-of-charge refreshments will be available as planned.

Editor : LiuAnqi

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