The University Canteen at the International European University in Poland is more than just a place to grab a meal. It serves as a vital hub for students to take a well-deserved break during their busy day. Recognizing the importance of providing students with a space to recharge and refuel, the university takes pride in its fully operational Restaurant. With a welcoming and relaxing environment, the Restaurant eagerly awaits new visitors, offering a haven for students after engaging in a rigorous studying process. It is a place for students to satisfy their hunger and engage in social interactions, fostering connections and a sense of community within the university.
The International European University, Poland proves that a decent meal can and should be offered to international students obtaining a high-quality Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Poznan for affordable tuition fees and a low cost of living. The restaurant of International European University, Poland puts great value on the quality of food and the products they use, as well as on environmental and social sustainability. The menu has a range of food and drink options available on campus – whether international students want a sit-down meal at a student restaurant, something on the go, or just a cup of coffee. The University Canteen has more than 100 employees to make sure that students can relax and enjoy their meals between lectures. Students of the International European University, Poland can find out which meal is on offer at which location by checking the canteen’s menus or mobile app. Highly qualified caterers and professional chefs are ready to boost students’ energy and satisfy everyone’s taste. Meeting all the requirements in terms of safety and hygiene is the core principle of the IEU, Poland catering service. Food serves at the university’s canteen surprises international students with its variety and freshness. The area of the restaurant is divided into 5 different sections providing a convenient ambiance for enjoying the meals, studying, and relaxing.
National Traditional Cuisine
Traditional Polish cuisine is a real calories bomb, it is known for its rich flavors and hearty dishes. Polish cuisine is rich in meat, especially pork, chicken, and ham, in addition to a wide range of vegetables, spices, mushrooms, and herbs. Polish cuisine is hearty and heavy in its use of butter, cream, eggs, and extensive seasoning. The traditional dishes are very famous among international students and are served in the Canteen of the International European University, Poland to provide students with the opportunity to try it. Polish cuisine has integrated elements from its neighboring countries, and there are many recipes with Jewish influences. Poland’s evolving culinary scene is embracing influences from exotic flavors, with an abundance of restaurants and cafes offering international cuisines — Italian, French, and Asian. Vegetarian bars have gained popularity, catering to a diverse range of dietary preferences. Polish cuisine is, in nature, true comfort food, enjoyable to eat and simply making you feel happier. It is nutritious and honest — it does not try to be exotic or pretend to be top-notch. The canteen of the International European University, Poland uses local products and their limitations to take Polish cuisine to a whole new level, provide students only with fresh ingredients and support local production.
strong>The International European University in Poland is intended to promote a healthy lifestyle. The Restaurant of the University is committed to promoting healthy eating habits among students. The menu includes a variety of nutritious options, catering to different dietary preferences. From fresh salads and vegetable-based dishes to whole grains and lean proteins, students have access to a range of healthy choices that support their well-being. The IEU, Poland collaborates with experienced nutritionists to design balanced menus and organize meetings with students to teach them about eating disorders, food allergies, and the importance of maintaining a balanced diet. Food educational sessions provide valuable information and resources to help students make informed choices about their food consumption and develop lifelong healthy eating habits.
The Restaurant of the International European University, Poland holds the highest regard for food safety and hygiene standards. It operates under strict regulations and guidelines to ensure that all meals are prepared, cooked and served in a clean and safe environment. The university’s commitment to food safety extends throughout every stage of the dining experience, from sourcing ingredients to the final presentation of dishes. To maintain the highest standards of food safety, the Restaurant undergoes regular inspections by health authorities and external agencies to evaluate and verify the compliance of the restaurant with local and international food safety standards. The purpose of assessments is to identify any potential risks, ensure proper hygiene practices, and guarantee that all necessary measures are taken to protect the health and well-being of students.
Quality control measures are implemented at every step of the food preparation process. Stringent protocols are followed to handle, store, and prepare ingredients. The restaurant maintains appropriate temperature controls to prevent the growth of harmful bacteria and ensure the freshness and quality of the food. Thorough cleaning and sanitization practices are employed to maintain a clean and hygienic environment, including the kitchen, storage areas, dining spaces, and food preparation surfaces. The staff working in the restaurant of the International European University in Poland receive comprehensive and regular training on food safety and hygiene practices. They are educated on proper handwashing techniques, safe food handling procedures, and the importance of maintaining a clean and sanitized workspace. The training programs cover topics — cross-contamination prevention, allergen management, and personal hygiene practices.
The Restaurant of the International European University in Poland actively seeks student feedback and suggestions to continually improve its offerings. Regular surveys and feedback sessions are conducted to ensure that students’ preferences and dietary needs are taken into account. International student representatives are involved in menu planning and decision-making processes, ensuring that the University’s Restaurant remains responsive to the evolving tastes and preferences of the student community. Their perspectives and insights help ensure that the Restaurant caters to the cultural preferences and dietary requirements of international students.