It is not all, which has neither afford or want to spend several thousand dollars on a dining. Now offers the Danish billionaire Lars Seier Christensen 26 lucky, they can eat away at his expense.
It means that you can without having to fork out can be allowed to have an unforgettable experience at a Michelin-starred restaurant in Denmark Lars Seiers spirit. The expensive restaurants are not unknown territory for him.
- I have often heard from people who think I live a little on another planet with all of my fine dining restaurants, so I thought that now would some of them also have the opportunity to try and see if it still is not is slightly better than the pølsevognen, says Lars Seier for the Extra Magazine.
It is not, because the well-known actress does not like a hot dog from the local hot dog stand.
- I holds, however, also much of a roasted hot dog, but every thing to his time, he explains.
'I'll 26 free dinners for 2 persons with a set menu and wines at the Michelin restaurant. One dinner at each of the 26 Danish Michelin restaurants - at my expense.', he writes on his Facebook-profile.
There is not much preparation to win the wild dinners. Lars Seier only want to write briefly about his life's best meal. If it's at a restaurant or at home in mother's kitchen means nothing for the billionaire, when he must find the 26 lucky winners.
'Perhaps this is the first time in the Michelin-starred restaurant for you, perhaps you are already a gourmand. Everyone can take part.'
For Extra Magazine tells the well-known actress, that he would like to do something to support the many restaurants.
- I would really like to have visited them all to back the restaurants up. But it is not realistically possible, so I thought that I could get others to do the hard work for me.
the Winners of the competition will have their drawn-out restaurants gourmet menu and a default list to. The value of each dinner for two can range from a few thousand dollars to up to ten thousand dollars on the most expensive places.
'I would therefore like to give a modest contribution to the Danish Michelin restaurants (and yes, I had to make a cut somewhere, and it was at the 26 sites that have one or more Michelin stars). I'm looking of course past some of the sites, but would like to back up all of them. And you can help me by eating a dinner at my expense,' says the Facebook-spread.
even Though Lars Seier even ask people to write a little about their best dining experience, it is not quite easy he admits.
- It is difficult to choose 'the best meal', for there are so many ways you can put together a good meal, and as many mention in their bids, it is also important for a good experience, he says.
On the question of whether what he prefers - grandmother's food or a visit to a Michelin-starred restaurant, says:
- Not a bad word about my grandmother's food, but I'm probably from a generation where it was mostly meatballs and chicken with fries at the time. Since I have had the privilege to visit some of the world's very best restaurants, and it is anyway just the level above.