The invitingly designed cafeteria of the Municipal Hospital of Pirmasens is located on the lower level and is available to serve patients, employees and all outside guests of the hospital.
|Monday through Friday||6:45 a.m.-5:00 p.m.|
|Saturday/Sunday/Holidays||09:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m.|
|Breakfast (buffet) ||7:00-10:00 a.m.|
|Daily lunch||11:30 a.m.-2:00 p.m.|
On weekdays, the culinary offerings comprise up to four low-cost, versatile lunch menus – one of them vegetarian – assembled with carefully selected foods. Guests are also welcome to put together their own salads at the large salad buffet. They have their choice of side dishes, not to mention a delicious soup and/or something sweet for dessert.
The kitchen also offers seasonal and occasional promotional weeks with varying menus, where guests can enjoy delicacies around a particular theme. This is done, for instance, in the form of country-typical dishes to mark major sporting events, with Asian, African or South American fare for a miniature tour of the world, or special menus for asparagus season.
During so-called ‘PZ-Kur’, the annual weight-loss campaign for the citizenry sponsored by the Pirmasenser Zeitung newspaper in collaboration with health insurer AOK, guests have the opportunity to sample the daily changing dishes in good company in the cafeteria, instead of cooking at home. The recipes for these are compiled by the nutrition advisors at AOK.
A variety of coffee specialities, a broad selection of tortes and cakes, and all manner of sandwiches and snacks, fresh fruit, ice cream and confectionery are also available throughout the day. Magazines and everyday items (e.g. toiletries) are also available for purchase in the cafeteria.
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