Meals are a communal experience.
For us, partaking of food is a communal event. Eating is about more than just food intake. No-one here ever seriously asks whether you're going for a meal. We go for a meal and we enjoy it. We begin the main meals together. Teams of pupils take turns at serving. On Sundays on integrated weekends, brunch is held from 10:00 to 12:00. Pupils sit at one table in their mentorates (mentoring groups) for brunch.
The evening meal is an open buffet. The pupils can arrive to eat at any time between 18:15 and 18:45. The evening meal ends at 19:00.
The Urspring Kitchen Team.
Our kitchen staff prepare five meals a day. The varied menu is put together using regional organic products and many freshly made dishes. In order to satisfy the different tastes, breakfast and evening meal are served in the form of a buffet. A particularly popular meal is Sunday brunch.
For lunch, the pupils can help themselves to a varied salad buffet. A dessert is then served – either something sweet or fruit. The main course is brought to the table in bowls. We mainly serve the various components separately so that everyone can help themselves to what they like – which may be no meat, no fish or vegetarian.
A three-course set menu every day. Isn't that great?