School Restaurant

We want everyone to feel welcome in our school restaurant. We work actively to promote a healthy lifestyle and what we eat is part of this. Eating and what we eat affect our whole existence. It controls our well-being, our growth and above all our performance.

We want to create healthy appetite for what we serve and to ensure this we have our excellent chefs, of which one is our Food & Nutrition Manager, Ulrika Eichler, with many years experience from working in restaurant kitchens. Every day the students and staff can choose from different lunch alternatives including homemade soup that tastes just as delicious as it smells. Crisp bread with butter is always included. We also make all vegetarian and lactose free food in our own kitchen.

We use locally produced and organic produce as much as possible. Our meat, poultry, egg, potatoes and vegetables are from local Scanian farms, from suppliers such as “Bondens Skafferi” and “Rötter”. The fish we serve we get from Lomma, just north of Malmö.

We take great care ensuring that the food looks appetizing and that it contains all nutrients. We always cook our food with the healthy and tasty olive or rapeseed oil.

We also have a large salad buffet that we are particularly proud of. It includes most vegetables and often reflects the seasons.

For the After School children’s afternoon snack we often bake our own leavened bread – filled with fibers and other wholesome products. We also serve our homemade muesli with milk or sour milk as well as fruit and vegetables.

Welcome to the Bladins School Restaurant!

Wholesome and good food have always been close to my heart. Not everyone is privileged to work with their hobby!

I am a qualified chef and nutritionist and have always worked with food in one way or another. I have worked in restaurant kitchens, preschool kitchens, experimental kitchens, hospitals with special diets and I have also taught cooking classes.

Through my knowledge of food and nutrition and with my capable co-workers knowledge and commitment, we see an opportunity to teach our students the importance of good and healthy eating.

Ulrika Eichler, Food & Nutrition Manager