Everest Base Camp will be hosting a pop-up restaurant bought to you by Sanjay Thakur. This Indian chef who has previously competed in the Bocuse d’Or, is calling the pop-up Triyagyoni.
The menu will full of delicious spices due to the high altitude which will affect the guests perception of flavour. The unconventional meal will start off with an eight-day trek from Lukla, Nepal, where 10 diners will help chef Thakur forage for the ingredients that will be used in their seven-course dinner taking place at 17,600 feet.
According to Thakur, Triyagyoni is also designed to leave no trace of human activity on the mountain, as a reflection of its goal to raise sustainability issues.