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This Is What Hospital Food Looks Like Around The World

Hospital foods have a reputation for being subpar. The media almost always depicts hospice cuisine as colorless vegetables, mushy meat, or luminescent Jell-O. However, hospital food can be more than what we see on TV. In fact, one of the best breakfasts I’ve ever had came from a hospital cafeteria.

Have you ever wondered what types of foods different hospital foods serve around the world?

Sunbelt Staffing compiled some research from different hospital menus around the world and created this delicious look at all the different menu offerings one would find.

Here are some gorgeous examples of the foods served in hospitals around the world.


Switzerland

Menu: Quiche, fig and walnut salad, an eclair, and apple juice.

Spain

Menu: Chorizo and pepper rice, fruit salad, and orange juice.

Russia

Menu: Buckwheat pudding, cottage cheese, and coffee.

Mexico

Menu: An omelette with tomato and pepper salsa, chopped papaya, and a glass of water.

Germany

Menu: Creamed beef, peas and corn, strudel, and bread.

Italy

Menu: Gnocchi with tomato sauce, an apple and a plum, and a glass of water.

United States

Menu: Chicken pot pie, broccoli, a chocolate chip cookie, and coffee.

United Kingdom

Menu: A cornish pastry, savoy cabbage, rice pudding, and a cup of tea.

Canada

Menu: Baked salmon, peas and carrots, corn, and a glass of water.

Australia

Menu: Plum chicken, rice, a chopped apple, and a glass of cranberry juice.


Photos: Sunbelt Staffing

By Peter Pham

Pete's favorite foods include pizza, tacos and pretty much any kind of breakfast. He'll usually snap a photo or two while his food cools down.