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Taking the meaning of haute cuisine to a whole new level, a gourmet pop up restaurant is set to open at Mount Everest’s base camp! 

Located at Everest Base Camp, the pop up restaurant will be run by chef James Sharman, who’s previously worked at Copenhagen’s two Michelin-star restaurant Noma, and is set to open for two weeks from December 10.

Diners will take part in a one week hike to base camp before the restaurant is created on arrival and there are 15 spaces on the trip; costing $1050, per person, you won’t just be getting dinner but also the entire journey from Nepal’s capital, Kathmandu, to Base Camp.

The experience is all part of a new offering from One Star House Party: a journey to create 20 restaurants, in 20 countries, in 20 months. On the list for future locations are Mumbai, Cape Town and Berlin.

IMG: The Everest base camp, The Children of the Earth / Flickr cc.

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