Hospital Food From Around The World. Australia, You’re Doing It Right!

If you’ve ever spent a night in a hospital you will know that the food they serve are not always that tasty.  However, one would hope that these meals are scientifically thought out at least…

Some of these meals look like they came straight off the plane.

Germanay: Schnitzel, a dumpling noodle dish called spätzle, salad and cake

Tokyo, Japan: Pickles, miso soup, rice and what appears to be chicken

Estonia: Mashed potatoes, meat and cabbage stew, vegetables, milk and a pastry

Malvern, Australia: Lamb tagine with sandwiches, broccoli, corn, fruit and bread

Britain: Minestrone soup, beef and onion pie, steamed vegetables and a banana

Jakarta, Indonesia: Noodles, chicken, eggs, broth and rice porridge, to be mixed together to make a soup

Dubai, UAE: Spaghetti, side salad, bread, vegetables and cake

Poland: A measley piece of bread with butter, pickle and sausage

10/10 would starve to death

Norway: Untoasted bread, salad and what looks like a plain burger


Japan: A bento box filled with fresh vegetables, meat, fish, noodles and tempura

Richmond, Canada: Sweet and sour pork, bok choy, white rice and a side of honeydew melon

New York: Salmon patties with saffron cream sauce, rice, pumpkin, asparagus and banana cake

China: Rice and a selection of curries

Malaysia: Fried chicken and noodles

Sydney, Australia: Pumpkin soup, apricot chicken, peas and mashed potato

Massachusetts, USA: Salad, chicken soup with crackers

Paris, France: Smoked salmon salad, chicken and courgette, baguette and a slice of pie



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