Do you want to celebrate an event?

Do you want to celebrate an event?

Feb 15, 2018

Create a unique culinary experience using cheese

Bleisure, F&B, Tempting Breaks

Say cheese! Your guests will certainly be smiling when they find out about your dedication to offering one of the most popular and elegant foods that exist: cheese. A cheese table with assorted cheese varieties will delight event attendees during their break, and create a unique culinary experience not usually found at meetings or events.

A Surprisingly Fancy Food

What comes to mind when you think of cheese? For many people, it’s France or a wine tasting. These two things are the pinnacle of sophistication. Having a spread of different cheeses available to guests during their break is a simple, yet sophisticated way to let them know you’ve gone the extra mile. The foodies and gastronomy lovers among your attendees will especially appreciate this fancy offering.

Go Local

Wherever your meeting or event is being held, you’ll have access to a variety of world-class, local cheeses. This will show guests that you support local farmers, plus they’ll be able to share in a fun aspect of the local culture. At NH Lyon Airport, guests can enjoy famous French cheeses like brie or camembert. At NH Madrid Nacional’s Tablafina gastro-bar, there are Spanish cheese plates galore. And at NH Collection Barranquilla Smartsuites Royal attendees will be dying to try their famous “mote de queso”, a traditional Colombian cheese and yam soup.

Who doesn’t like cheese?

Cheese is one of the most popular foods throughout the entire world. It comes in hard & soft form, shredded, spreadable, holey, melted, fondue, and many other forms. In addition to being super easy to eat, cheese also offers a surprising variety of tastes and textures, which are sure to please the taste buds of your attendees. For your next meeting or event, consider setting up a cheese table… your guests will leave smiling and saying “cheese!”

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