The recipe for an excellent Chef is unique.
Much like the signature dishes that chefs
develop through the years, their characters,
principles and aspirations for their trade are
moulded out of the experiences and lessons
Horeca Magazine speaks to Céline Vadam about the importance of Wellness in the Hotel Industry; sharing her expert advice on how we could incorporate sustainable lifestyle choices that bring holistic health to our overnight hotel stays.
You might not have heard of Nettuno Fisheries but you must have heard of Nectar Group, an importation and distribution company that delivers not only quality goods to the catering and retail industries, but also takes on innovative projects and stepping stones to improve the islands’ choice and selection of consumer products. Nettuno Fisheries was one of those sectors that Nectar group knew they could offer their stamp of quality approval in.
When you’re in the business to take things seriously, you
always look for the leaders of the pack, the innovators of the
industry and the game changers of the sector that you think
you can cut it in. If you’re in the horeca industry, then in your
opinion, the name Zamco is synonymous with excellence,
commitment and bounds of variety, versatility and quality.
When it comes to reliability, proper functionality and innovative technological advances, a Chef’s eyes beam with joy. Gaining access to the appliances and tools necessary to run a successful kitchen is key in the hospitality industry, so it’s clear that Virtus appliances are the ways of the future of catering.
Modern life today is hectic. The demands on our mental and physical stamina are always increasing and we’re constantly trying to find new solutions to squeeze the maximum out of our day. Luckily, there’s the perfect solution out there to ensure that you’re getting all your daily intake of Vitamin C - without the hassle and mess of hand-juicing!
Michelin means something in the culinary world. In fact, it means a whole lot. Michelin means quality, consistency, personality, mastery and value. And if you’ve visited Chef Jonathan Brincat’s Noni, you will completely understand how and why their Valletta facade features a shiny red plaque with an instantly recognizable Michelin Star, right there in plain sight.