Coronavirus: Michelin-star chefs cook free school meals

According to TES, chefs from some of the country’s top restaurants are offering to cook free school meals in schools during the coronavirus outbreak.

The chefs, whose restaurants closed down last Friday in a bid to contain the outbreak, include two from the Michelin-starred Dorchester Hotel restaurant.

Danielle Glavin, of the charity Chefs in Schools, which is coordinating the effort, said: “They are there [at Manorfield] for the foreseeable future and the Dorchester is footing the bill.

“In some of the schools we’re working in, more than 50 per cent of kids are on free school meals. And for some of them, it’s the only hot meal they’ll get in a day. We’re determined to keep this going.

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