Rice and fish make up the bulk of the menu, but some days students are treated to the kind of East-West comfort food. Source. Picture via.
Spaghetti and meatballs, fries, and milk. Source.
Udon, cheese-stuffed chikuwa (fish sausage), frozen Mandarin orange, and milk.
Hot dog, bun, coleslaw, tomato, fries, and soup. Source.
Most school cafeterias in Korea use sectioned metal trays and there’s a standard way of filling them up. The two biggest sections are for rice, usually served with pickled vegetable kimchi and soup. Smaller compartments there’s usually three of themhold side dishes of vegetables and fish. As for the beverage, kids are given little plastic bottles of sweet yogurt drink, hugely popular in Korea. Source. Picture via.
ixed grains and rice, stinky bean stew, mixed and fried chicken and vegetables, simmered seaweed a.k.a. steamed green beans, and cabbage kimchi. Source.
Kimchi, pork, bean paste sauce (sammjang), steamed cabbage, soup. Source.
School lunches are taken just as seriously as meals for adults. In fact, kids are served pretty much the same things adults eat. Information via Source. Picturevia.
Potatoes, cabbage, beans, cracker, Lingon Berry juice. Source.
5. Czech Republic
The majority of Italian schools serve lunches made from organic ingredients, mostly grown nearby. The daily meal at la mensa della scuolathe school canteenis usually centered around pasta or risotto, with salad served as a separate course. Meat shows up on the menu only a couple times a week. Source.
Smoked mackerel. Source.
Lechón kawali, liver sauce, rice. Source.
Potatoes and meat. Source.
Rice, Beans, Bread, Meat with vegetables, banana and alface, acelga salad. Source.
A whole fish! Source.
Rice and beans in sauce or curry. Source.