SSP serves up new Hausmann’s at Dusseldorf Airport

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Travel food and beverage operator SSP Group has cut the ribbon on a new Hausmann’s restaurant at Dusseldorf Airport in Germany.

The restaurant was created by Patrick Rüther and celebrity chef Tim Mälzer, who travelled to Dusseldorf to celebrate the grand opening. It is situated at Gate A and serves a range of German cuisine including roasted chicken, knuckle of veal, craft beer and simple sandwiches and smoothies.

Thomas Schnalke, chairman of the management board at Dusseldorf Airport, said, “Hausmann’s provides our passengers with another fantastic gastronomy option.

“Our passengers should always feel comfortable here, which is why we working continuously with strong partners like SSP to offer an individual, modern and wide range of services that respond to the demands of our rapidly changing airline world.”

SSP has signed a seven-year lease with Dusseldorf Airport and is set to open six more food and beverage units this year, with another to follow in 2019.

“Together with Patrick Rüther and Tim Mälzer, we have perfectly integrated the Hausmann’s concept, not only with the experience at the Dusseldorf Airport, but also with the travellers’ demands,” added Cornelius Everke, CEO, SSP DACH & Frabel.

“Guests from all over the world can experience a first-class, regional and creative culinary service, no matter how much time they have.”

Written by Kirstie Pickering

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