April 2015

Unikaalne emadepäev (0)

28 April 2015
Muuda emadepäev unikaalseks elamuseks! Emadepäev on peagi käes. Kas oled juba mõelnud, mida sel aastal teha või kuidas oma ema üllatada? Me aitame Sind! Kui soovid tähistada emadepäeva hea söögi ja suurepärase seltskonnaga, võta ette maitseelamusterohke rännak Kreutzwald Hotel Tallinna restoranis Nipernaadi, värskelt renoveeritud elegantses von Stackelberg Hotel Tallinna restoranis või hoopis maalilises Vihula Mõisas. Nipernaadi restoranil on emadepäevaks Sulle üllatus varuks: 3-käiguline Sinu poolt valitud lõuna- või õhtusöök on vaid 25 EUR/ inimene. A la carte menüüga saad tutvuda siin. [cap
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Unique Mother's Day (0)

28 April 2015
Make the Mother's Day a unique experience! Mother's Day is almost here. Have you already decided that to do this year or how to surprise your mother? If you wish to celebrate the day with good food and an excellent company, take a pleasant journey to Restaurant Nipernaadi at Kreutzwald Hotel Tallinn, a newly renovated elegant restoran at The von Stackelberg Hotel Tallinn or in the picturesque Vihula Manor Country Club & Spa's restaurant. Resturant Nipernaadi has a special surprise for Mother's Day: you can have a delicious 3-course lunch or dinner from the a la carte menu for the price of 25!
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Vihula Mõisa peakokast ja köögist (0)

21 April 2015
Vihula Mõisa peakokk Lauri Tomingas , kes kuulub Eesti Peakokkade Ühenduse ridadesse, on lisaks erinevatele peakoka positsioonidele Eestis käinud ka mujal maailmas inspiratsiooni ja kogemusi ammutamas. Ta on veetnud pea viis aastat erinevates Euroopa riikides, töötades näiteks Šotimaal, Norras, Prantsusmaal ja Soome s. Tomingas ei läinud pelgalt õnne otsima, vaid selleks, et leida uusi mõtteid ja kogemusi. [caption id="attachment_1519" align="alignleft" width="193"] Peakokk Lauri Tomingas [/caption] Maailmas reisides on ta söönud ja joonud palju maitsvaid, veidraid, tundmatuid ja kahjuks ka mõ
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Vihula Manor Country Club & Spa's head chef and cuisine (0)

21 April 2015
Vihula Manor Country Club & Spa's head chef Lauri Tomingas is an active member of the Estonian Chefs Association and like many other chefs, has worked in countries such as Scotland, Norway, France and Finland. He went there most of all to extend his list of skills, experience and to get new knowledge. [caption id="attachment_1519" align="alignleft" width="193"] Head chef Lauri Tomingas[/caption] Whilst travelling he had the possibility to discover the flavours of the world, to taste different food and drinks; some of them have been amazing and some not so much but during these years he learnt
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Client feedback (0)

07 April 2015
Analysing customer feedback is very essential in the hospitality industry and therefore we are very happy to receive all kinds of feedback from our clients. It gives us a chance to improve ourselves and be aware of our strengths and weaknesses - the aspects where we should change the way we operate and where everything works very well. It is said that the feedback is like a fuel for business performance and we completely agree with it. It matters a lot what our guests have said. When the collected data is put into meaningful context, it can help driving into quick action and smart decisions. S
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Klientide tagasiside (0)

07 April 2015
Külaliste tagasiside on hotelliettevõttele väga oluline ja seega oleme väga õnnelikud mitmekülgse tagasiside eest. See annab meile võimaluse end pidevalt parandada ja olla teadlikud meie tugevustest ja nõrkustest - kus valdkondades peaksime töökorraldust muutma, kus aga töötab kõik väga hästi. Võib öelda, et tagasiside on kui hotellinduse kütus. Külaliste öeldu on väga vajalik, aidates meil kogutud andmeid analüüsides kiirelt reageerida ja tarku otsuseid vastu võtta. Alates eelmisest aastast kasutame juhtivat tagasiside töötlemise platvormi Market Metrix , mis liideti ettevõttega Cl abridge, I
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Easter traditions in Estonia (0)

06 April 2015
The Easter holidays are over for this year. We will give you a little insight to the Easter traditions in Estonia ! Which ones did you know before and which ones are new to you? Easter is celebrated as a church holiday but also as a spring holiday to greet the warmer weather after the long autumn and winter period when the days are rather short and dark Many Estonians grow grass in the pots on the windowsills and use the grass as table decorations to bring some springy feeling to homes The children search for the colourful chocolate eggs hidden in homes Easter in Estonian is named in 4 ways ül
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