We follow the EAT-Lancet study guidelines when developing and preparing dishes. Over three years, a group of scientists researched the answer to the following question: how can we provide a healthy diet for 10 billion people by 2050 without depleting the Earth’s natural resources? The EAT-Lancet study sets out what needs to change regarding food production and what we pile onto our plates. It comes down to a diet that is essentially plant-based with plenty of fruits, vegetables, pulses, nuts, wholegrain products, and unsaturated fats, occasionally supplemented with meat, fish, and dairy products. Processed grains, highly processed foodstuffs, and added sugars are seldom used in this diet. Our chefs are busy developing the most delicious recipes to help guests experience how tasty a more plant-based diet can be.