We bought South American vibes to Oxford on Friday 10th September, as our team at Wharf Kitchen hosted a street food festival to celebrate the achievements of Siemens Healthineers ground-breaking MAGNETOM Free.Max MRI system.
Over 300 employees enjoyed a street food celebration, held at Siemens Healthineers Magnet Technology in Eynsham.
Employees were treated to a delicious Venezuelan-inspired lunch menu – ‘the road to caracus’, including a selection of made-to-order arepas with pulled chicken and avocado, slow cooked pork and black bean with roasted vegetables, created by regional development chef, Danny Waistell.
Feasting continued into the afternoon with FUEL’s Curry on Naanstop pop-up truck, where guests enjoyed chicken tikka or paneer naan wraps and samosa chaat.
A large queue formed at Bad Boys Burgers, serving honey and maple glazed chicken burgers with spicy Monetary Jack cheese and homemade tomato relish and dry aged beef burgers with American cheese, pulled pork, smokey barbecue sauce and jalapenos.
Speciality coffee roasters, Matthew Algie, gave guests a taste of coffee action with our medium-roast Down To Earth espresso blend.
Geraldo Barros, catering manager at Siemens Healthineers said: “What an opportunity to celebrate the launch of our client’s incredible new MRI system with an amazing street food event; this is why I love what I do! We have received great feedback from customers and the team – Danny, Chris, Olivia, Andy and Leticia were amazing on the day. We’re excited to work closely with our clients to see what else we can deliver”.
Kevin Coolin, business excellence and communications manager at Siemens Healthineers Magnet Technology added: “The street food festival was a great opportunity for the business to say thank you to our hardworking teams for their incredible efforts and achievements in the launch of our new MRI system.
“We’d like to thank the BaxterStorey team for helping provide a fantastic experience with attentive service and wonderful food.”