The words "Olympic Dining Hall" insinuate two things: a) an olympic sized dining hall (huge??) or b) a dining hall for the olympics. In this case, both meanings are applicable. The dining hall for the Rio Olympics (86 days to go) has a football field sized kitchen and a dining hall that is double the size. The kitchen will prepare 60,000 meals a day for over 18,000 athletes who will be consuming anywhere between 2,000 and 10,000 calories each per day. According to Eater.com, "The dining hall will house five all-you-can-eat buffets accommodating different tastes and diets: Brazilian, Asian, International, pasta & pizza, Halal & kosher. Diner have a spectrum of international breakfast options, including congee, miso soup and natto. The kitchen will even fly in kimchi from Korea". In addition, food will be sustainable sourced and served on biodegradable plates. Sounds like a massive (but necessary) undertaking!