Christophe Hardiquest, the chef of Bon-Bon, a 2 Michelin-starred restaurant in Belgium, started cooking to health workers with the collaboration of Rob the Gourmet Market.
Successful chef Christophe Hardiquest began to prepare meals for health workers with the collaboration of Rob the Gourmet Market in Brussels after the closure of Bon-Bon due to coronavirus. The famous chef who prepared the dishes from the products from the market prevents the products from being wasted in this way. At the same time, Adrien Cunnac, the restaurant’s Sous Chef, is also preparing meals for the homeless by using the same products of the grocery. Celebrity chef Hardiquest, whose meals are available at Rob’s grocery store from Monday to Saturday, said he wants this collaboration to continue after the quarantine. “I am pleased to be able to offer some of my classic dishes in this way and so far the response has been very good,” the celebrity chef said in an interview with the Food and Wine Gazette.