“Wirtshaus Battle” – Young students showed their skills during a competition


During the Inn Culture Apprenticeship Competition, local catering professionals showcased their amazing skills in cuisine and service. Six young talents were happy with the ‘golden awards’.

For the 15th time, the Lower Austrian Tavern Culture Apprenticeship Competition took place at the tourism school in Krems, where the achievements of 21 young talents were examined. In the service category, the seven participating students demonstrated their service skills. But people were also asked for theoretical and practical knowledge about the food and drinks served. In addition, an expert jury assessed the table decoration, interaction with guests, complaint handling, beer tap and coffee preparation. The young people from the 3rd and 4th years of the training had to mix a cocktail according to their own wishes.

The young chefs, on the other hand, were already swinging pots and pans in the morning. The participants from the 2nd year of training conjured up a starter and an intermediate course, the older ones were responsible for an intermediate course and a main course. The creations were then presented to a five-member jury.

Great accolades
In the afternoon the time had come: the best students were chosen. Gold in the service category went to Delia Vulpe from Triad restaurant in Bad Schönau (Wiener Neustadt district) and to David Schneeberger from Gasthaus Nährer in Rassing (St. Pölten district). Both are in the 1st/2nd. years of teaching. The Triad was happy with another gold award: Jonas Scheurer scored in 3rd/4th place in the Service category. years of teaching.

In the kitchen, David Wieland from the Hueber restaurant in Bründl (Scheibbs district) won gold in his first year of training, Philip Taborsky from the Landgasthof Bachlerhof in Kematen an der Ybbs (Amstetten district) in his second year of training and Stefan Bierschok from Goldenen Bründl in Oberrohrbach (district Korneuburg). ) in the 3rd/4th year of teaching.

Stefan Bierschok is already an “old hand”. It was the third time he took part in the “Wirtshaus Battle”. Unlike some colleagues, the 19-year-old’s nervousness remained limited. And after the match? “Have a party, sleep and then go back to vocational school,” said the catering professionals of tomorrow.

Source: Krone


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