Reception: 
+421 917 025 025 | bratislava@espania.sk
Opening Hours - Kindergarten

Monday – Friday 7:00 - 18:00

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Kindergarten registered in the network of schools of the Ministry of Education of Slovak Republic

EXCEPTIONAL MEALS

An example of our weekly menu

First kindergarten that doesn’t serve chicken or pork meat

Due to the long term decreased quality of the chicken and pork meat making it hardto control the origin or the meat we have decided to supplement it with high quality fish, veal, rabbit or turkey meat.

International Dining Etiquette

We are teaching the children how to eat and behave during eating, how to serve specific foods, how to use cutlery or chopsticks and the importance of trying our different foods that are specific for different countries.

Essentials

Our food and water are served only in ceramic cups and dishes. We use only sea salt and cane sugar or honey.

Breakfast/ Brunch/ Afternoon Snack

Espania provides warm or cold choices in the breakfast buffet that include fresh pastry, cereals, spreads, cheeses, yogurts, milk and freshly squeezed juices. Brunch is always fresh fruit or a fruit salad. Afternoon snack is in the form or energetic delicacies like pudding, poultry, home-made cakes, pancakes, vegetables with homemade spreads etc.

Food and dining

Our kindergarten offers only healthy food choices that provide our children with enough vitamins, fibre and minerals by using carefully chosen fresh ingredients.

Children can enjoy breakfast and lunch in a buffet style and in between they have more snacks and drinking breaks. We are employing a full-time food manager that compiles the menu, prepares the buffet, buys fresh fruits and vegetables.

The food for the children is served on a height where children can see the food andchoose what they want to eat. In this way each child can choose food according their current energetic and digestive needs which leads children towards respecting and listening to their bodies.

Lunch/ Dinner

For lunch, children have a soup, salad and a choice of two main dishes among which one is vegetarian and one with meat/ fish. Children are served veal, turkey, rabbit and, minimum once per week, fish.

Dinner is served on order and in the form of a cold home-made snack, such as a cake or pastry combined with spreads, fruits and vegetables.

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