Food at the London 2012 Olympic games.
Now let us get down to the topic near to all our hearts, what are the guys n gals gonna be eating down at the Olympic Village? Leave reality at the door and enter the shiny new people’s Olympic Village where the dining room has 5,000 seats and will see 60,000 meals served daily. It is apparently the largest canteen on the planet, hmm tell that to the Chinese. The aircraft hangar, sorry dining room has food counters that are as large as a double Decker bus and the Halal counter alone could accommodate an entire fleet. In fact my sources at Molly Media calculated that you could fit 880 buses in the dining hall alone. More impressively 1300 different recipes will be rotated over an eight day period so the athletes won’t get bored of the tuck on offer. Shame that can’t be said for McDonalds, who will be serving up the same old menu day in, day out, all with chips! The athletes' dining hall is divided up by world cuisine, including a Best of Britain buffet, will that be without chips then? However we know one athlete who won’t be using the facilities unless chicken nuggets are on offer and that is my names’ sake Usain Bolt of Jamaica. Unfortunately we won’t see any of it, as dogs like children are banned along with aerosols, bikes, walkie-talkies and, bizarrely, hard suitcases. So don’t pack your Louis Vuitton trunk then! Usain Bolt you can share my chicken nuggets any day or we can hot footed down to Bianca Jackson’s house as there’s always nuggets there for supper!
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