The Molitor Paris - MGallery hotel, closed since March 17 following government instructions, has reopened its kitchens to support the surgical resuscitation teams at the Saint-Antoine Hospital (Paris) with hot meals.
The team of the iconic Molitor has thus chosen to reopen the doors of its kitchens to prepare and deliver tasty meals to the surgical resuscitation teams of the Saint-Antoine Hospital (12ᵉ arrondissement of Paris). A promise of a comforting break with menus daily composed exclusively of fresh produce as terrine of crab and scallops, soft poultry fillet with oyster mushrooms in cream sauce…and other delicious dishes.
A team of employees volunteered in the kitchen and delivery to participate in this initiative. Sanitary safety measures were reinforced with social distancing measures in the kitchens and for transportation, with masks, gloves, gowns and caps, hydroalcoholic gel and regular cleaning of the kitchens.
More than sixty meals will be delivered every evening, a gesture of solidarity and support for the healthcare professionals, who are on the front line of the epidemic.