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Tasting the memory

Eurest | Great food |  06 August 2013



Would you lean to the luxurious end — a seven course tasting menu at a famous restaurant, booked as a birthday treat? A sumptuous banquet at a wedding? Your first steak, when you were dining with your parents but allowed to choose off the menu for the first time?

Or maybe you’d turn to a time when food was a comfort — a bowl of your Mum’s chicken soup when you were ill as a child? Or maybe a molten baked potato, straight out of the coals on a freezing Bonfire Night munched with sizzling sausages while watching fireworks?

Or maybe food as an experience — a juicy misshapen tomato dripping with juice, eaten with warm-from-the-oven white bread and cheese you’ve just bought from a market stall on a blisteringly hot afternoon in southern Spain while on holiday? Or the giant greasy fry up the morning after that stag night?

Many meals are remembered for the pleasure they bring rather than their gourmet qualities — the association with happiness, pleasure, recovery from illness, sharing and celebration. Or you may remember a meal because of the situation you enjoyed it in — the ambience, friendly service or amazing views.

At Eurest, we’re not just about providing great food — although that is at the heart of everything we do. We’re also about providing memorable experiences for our customers, the joyful moments that touch people where it matters and make them want to come back for more.

That means that not only do we serve the very best food, but we also deliver it with a smile, communicating that we love what we do and have invested that love into the meal we’ve prepared. It’s a very simple concept, but it goes to the core of our offer. We love food, we love preparing food and we love the way our customers relish it too.

That’s what they’ll remember, so we have to make sure we get it right first time. And that’s something we’ll never forget.

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