i am looking to open a food business in luxembourg, however the HORECA lessons and examinations (which are essential to open such a business) are in French only. I only speak English. Does anybody know a way around this. I have contacted the ministry of commerce, however no one seems to have an answer. thanks
Hello there,I've just moved to Luxembourg-Ville, but I haven't found a job yet. (I've been searching before my departure already.) Which means I really have to spend my money wisely. You see, I love this country very much and I hope to stay here permanently.Can you give me ideas on where to shop cheap or where to eat if I want something warm instead of a simple sandwich? Shall I get warm food or cook for myself? Which way is cheaper?Thank you very much for your help and tips.Melinda
I've been tasked with arranging a Xmas dinner for my department at work. About 20 people, mixed English / French / Luxembourgish. Atmosphere more important than food (as long as it meets basic standards). In Kirchberg or city centre or Clausen/Grund.Maybe something like a old vaulted room in the historic area. Does anyone have any recommendations?
I am wondering if anyone is aware of a good place to buy a whole Thanksgiving turkey for a reasonable cost? The American Women's club is not supplying the this year. I went to a butcher and for an organic turkey it is 24€/kilo and for a non-organic turkey 15€/kilo! One expensive bird. I am guessing most butchers are charging something similar. Therefore, I am wondering if there are any other options anyone is aware of? Thanks!