Marrakech opens Mediterranean buffet

Flemingsberg’s new lunch restaurant, Marrakesh, has become a firm favourite. The unique concept, with a self-service buffet, has topped expectations.

“We’ve had around 300 guests every day. Many people pick out what they want for their lunch here to eat at work,” says Abderrahim Asry, founder and restaurant manager.

With its variety of salads and warm dishes along with its wide selection of sides, the extensive buffet with self-serve dishes from the Mediterranean and North Africa has been a real hit. The whole set up means that guests pick what they want for their lunch, and pay by weight of what they chose.

“We hope that our concept can reduce food waste because every guest decides for themselves how much they eat. Waste from the restaurant has dramatically reduced as well.”

There are five Marrakesh restaurants in Stockholm, all with the same successful concept. Food for all five restaurants is prepared at a central kitchen in Årsta.

“We wanted to come to Flemingsberg because we knew that there’s a large workforce here, not least at the hospital. Our concept is highly successful: with us, every guest gets to decide how much they eat.”

View the full menu here: cafemarrakech.se/meny

Rapid re-think ensures digital open day success

This was the first year a joint open day could be held for all courses at Campus Flemingsberg. But as the corona crisis hit, six months’ preparation was on the line. However, digital solutions offered an alternative.

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