It was the painters of the 19th century whose fancy was caught by the idea of working outside in the open air. They weren’t the only ones to hanker after the open air; today lunches and dinners are often held under the sky. (The Canadian Jim Denevan was the first to hold dinners he called “plein air meals” on a farm, where chickens ran free and scratched around them or on the hill of a vineyard.) Beginning with May, we too go out under the trees. We have need of nothing other than narrow tables with staves and garden benches, and checked tablecloths. The garden and flowers of the embankment form the backdrop. (We picked the flowers from the banks of the canal running behind us.) We use colourful tea towels as tablecloths. A tiny vial serves as a small oil lamp, on which the girls glue canvas and lace and wind it with string. It is always LOCAL basic ingredients that are presented at our Sunday luncheons. A typical Rye Island meal consists of green vegetables, bone marrow, pearling yellow chicken soup. Just like from our grannie. All prepared only from fresh and local ingredients of our country farms by our Executive chef Imre Bindics and his professional team.
Have you ever experienced a traditional Sunday lunch under the blue sky?
You will have a chance to try it on 11th June ! Join us and taste the characteristic meals of the Rye Island - just like on a lunch at your grandma.
- Price: 49 € / person
info [at] hotelamade.sk | +421 918 620 498
We have limited number of seats.