René Redzepi, the chef of 3 Michelin-starred Noma, which has been voted the best restaurant in the world many times, organized a special dinner at Noma Kyoto, where all of its income will be donated to earthquake victims.
The world’s best restaurant opens its doors for Turkey
René Redzepi, the chef of the world’s best restaurant Noma, opened an additional lunch service to his pop-up restaurant in Kyoto, Japan. Redzepi announced that all income from this will be transferred to the Earthquake Relief fund. The famous chef appealed for help with photographs taken in Gaziantep: “Here’s an extra chance for those who can’t make a reservation at Noma Kyoto. We decided to open an additional lunch service to Noma Kyoto for the earthquake. All proceeds of this meal will go to Turkey and Syria earthquake relief funds. Gaziantep is one of the cities most affected by the earthquake. Gaziantep is the most magical city I have visited. You have to see how incredible this place and its people are with photos.” It was learned that the value of the lunch was at least 16 thousand TL.