Food & Drink

Mask regulations

Last updated: 15. January 2021

From Mon­day, 18.01.2021, FFP2 masks will be manda­tory for local trans­port and re­tail through­out Bavaria. Ac­cord­ing to of­fi­cial guide­lines, this also af­fects our can­teens!

Please fol­low the new guide­lines and wear an FFP2 mask when en­ter­ing our can­teens.


 

Aktionswoche "Tolle Knolle" in allen geöffneten Einrichtungen

Von Montag 25.01.2021 bis Donnerstag 28.01.2021 findet in allen geöffneten Mensen die Aktionswoche ,,Tolle Knolle“ zum Thema Kartoffel statt.

Folgende Aktionsgerichte haben wir für Sie im Angebot:

Montag, 25.01.2021

  • Gefüllte Ofenkartoffel Bacon-Chicken-Cheese
  • Gefüllte Ofenkartoffel mit veganen Rahmchampignons und veganem Käse (wahlweise Käse)

Dienstag, 26.01.2021

  • Deluxe Rösti Burger vom Simmentaler Rind mit Bacon-Röstzwiebelmajo
  • Veganer Süßkartoffel-Rösti-Burger

Mittwoch, 27.01.2021

  • Chili Cheese Fries
  • Vegane Chili Cheese fries

Donnerstag, 28.01.2021

  • Riesenrösti Flammkuchenstyle mit geräuchertem Lachs
  • Veganer Riesenrösti Pizzastyle mit hausgemachtem Antipastigemüse

Changed opening hours from 11.01.2021

Last updated: 07. January 2021

Due to the ongoing pandemic and the corresponding Corona measures, there will unfortunately be changes again:

Würzburg

  • Canteen at Studentenhaus – open from 11.01.2021 (take-away meals only)
Mon - Thu11.30 a.m. - 3.00 p.m.   Food served until 3.00 p.m.
Fri11.30 a.m. - 2.00 p.m.   Food served until 2.00 p.m.
  • Mensateria Campus Hubland Nord – open from 11.01.2021 (take-away meals only)
Mon - Thu11.30 a.m. - 3.00 p.m.   Food served until 3.00 p.m.
Fri11.30 a.m. - 2.00 p.m.   Food served until 2.00 p.m.
  • Canteen Josef Schneider Straße – open from 11.01.2021 (take-away meals only)
Mon - Fri12:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.Food served until 2:00 p.m.

 

All other facilities (Interimsmensa Language Centre*, Burse at Studentenhaus, Canteen Röntgenring and all cafeterias) will remain closed until further notice due to the pandemic.
* Interimsmensa Language Centreis expected to remain closed until the winter semester 21/22.


Canteens and cafeterias are only offering take-away meals

Last updated: 02. November 2020

As of 2 November 2020, our canteens and cafeterias will only be allowed to offer take-away meals.

This is because the Bavarian regulation on infection prevention measures no. 8 (8. BayIfSMV) dated Friday, 30 October 2020 stipulates that the only canteens that are allowed to open are “staff canteens that are not open to the public”. According to the Bavarian State Ministry of Public Health and Care Services, the canteens and cafeterias operated by Studentenwerk institutions do not fall into this category.

See below for the new rules that will be in place at our canteens and cafeterias during the “lockdown light”:

  • Our canteens and cafeterias will remain open for you as far as possible. However, we can only offer take-away meals.
  • You will not need to pre-order your takeaway.
  • We will charge you €0.50 for take-away food containers. Optionally you can bring your own lunchboxes.
  • There will be no cutlery available.
  • Our mensaVital meals will be served without drinks.
  • You will no longer need to register as a guest.
  • To find out whether your canteen/cafeteria is currently open, please take a look at the corresponding subpage.
  • Our canteens and cafeterias are open to everyone. Since we will only be offering take-away meals, we can also accept guests that are not students or staff members of the higher education institutions or the Studentenwerk Würzburg.

We are open!


Canteen on Campus Hubland Süd / Frankenstube / Cafeteria on Campus Hubland Süd

Closed for refurbishment until 2021/22!

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PETA awards stars to Würzburg canteen

Each year, the PETA animal rights organisation chooses the most vegan-friendly canteen of the year. A total of 37 Studentenwerk organisations were competing for the title of PETA’s “Most Vegan-Friendly Canteen 2018”. What was different in this year’s contest is that there was a limit of one award per organisation. This limit was introduced in order to ensure that bigger Studentenwerk organisations that operate two or more canteens do not have an advantage over smaller organisations. Four canteens operated by the Studentenwerk Würzburg had entered the contest. PETA stated that all four of them would have deserved an award but they decided to go for the biggest one: The Mensateria on Campus Hubland Nord received three stars and can now count itself among Germany’s most vegan-friendly canteens. 

For more information, go to:

https://www.peta.de/mensa-2018

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Photo: PETA Deutschland e.V.