Report on food and beverage services at the Rio 2016 Games

Details concerning meal services at the Tokyo 2020 Games will be determined in accordance with the Basic Strategy on Food and Beverage Services. This page introduces how meals were provided at past Games (the Rio 2016 Games). It includes information based on interviews with officials from those Games.

Athletes' Village

    Main dining (facility)
  • Large enough to accommodate five jumbo jets
  • Used by a total of 15,000 to 20,000 people daily
  • Open 24 hours
    Main dining (menu)
  • Meals served in six zones: Best of Brazil, World Flavours, Asian and Indian, Halal, Pizza and Pasta, Salad and Dessert
  • Menu rotating through 8 days
    Other dining facilities
  • Open-type restaurants in the Olympic Village
  • Barbecue and vegetarian cuisine
  • Utilised as a place where athletes could socialise and hold meetings
  • Included dining facilities for staff as well as for athletes
    Grab-and-go stations
  • Locations set up in the Athletes' Village to serve snacks (7 locations during the Olympic Games)
  • Fruit, muffins, coffee, etc.
  • So named because it enabled athletes to grab some food and go when they were a little hungry

Main dining (athletes dining)

Main dining (meal service)

Grab-and-go stations

Main Media Centre (IBC/MPC)

  • Restaurant selling food based on weight
  • Packaged salads as well as salads sold by weight
  • An area selling snacks and daily necessities in addition to food

Main Media Centre (IBC/MPC)

Related Link

Report on food and beverage services at the PyeongChang 2018 Games
Food and Beverage Services at the Tokyo 2020 Games(TOP)