It’s no coincidence that the Corfu Buddha Hall kitchen resides directly below the Hall itself. In essence, it’s the meeting point between the heart and hearth spaces. We understand how important it is for our guests to eat well and feel nourished as they enter into deep meditative processes. Each week a new group arrives with its own unique structures, energies and needs. Being below the Hall allows us to feel our way through the week, taking into account the weather, group energy and other circumstances that help us in preparing daily meals.
Our guests can expect to enjoy an abundant vegetarian meal, using seasonal and often organically grown vegetables from local farms. Our goal is to create delicious, nutritious, and visually pleasing menus, which include at least five different colors and three different textures in every meal. We also strive to do this without using any processed, packaged or genetically modified foods.
And though we are in Greece with its pantheon of aromas and flavors, we choose to take our guests on a culinary trip around the world to enjoy feasts from Asia, South America, Africa and of course Europe.
We generally use very little wheat and dairy products but when we do, we make sure everything is labeled. If you have any serious food allergies, please present yourself to one of our kitchen staff and they will take good care of you.