Bangkok feast to go ahead despite chefs’ moral protest

Bangkok feast to go ahead despite chefs' moral protest - AFP, March, 2008
...Lebua hotels and resorts intends to fly 50 of its top-spending guests to an elephant camp in one of Thailand's poorest regions on April 5 to show them how the other half lives, before returning to Bangkok for a 300,000-dollar meal.
But the Michelin-starred chefs who were meant to prepare the feast -- Jean-Michel Lorain, Michel Trama and Alain Soliveres -- balked when they heard no money would be donated to charity, and pulled out...
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