Mumbai, June 8 (IANS) Forty under-privileged children aged seven and above spent an educative afternoon – with laughter mixed with learning at a multi-cuisine eatery here on Wednesday during which it emerged that most of them aspire to become chefs but don’t have the oppertunity to do so.
The children were from the NGO Angel Express Foundation and were hosted by Nishek Jain, the owner of Restaurant 29 that serves cuisine from 29 Indian states.
“Chefs Sharique and Prakash taught the children the cultural importance and history of the 29 states of India through interactive sessions. The event included a fun-filled session with games and a fun cooking time with Team 29,” a statement said.
“It is a foundation that is very close to my heart. This is our way of contributing to society,” Jain said.