Chef to provide a Michelin-standard Christmas feast for 150 homeless people

A chef is to cook a Michelin-standard meal for 150 homeless people in Belfast city centre this Christmas.

Nathan Snoddon, from Lisburn, said he wanted to provide the feast as a leaving present to his home country. In the new year he is set to become a Chef de Partie in a new London restaurant owned by Michelin-starred chef Ollie Dabbous

“For the past year I’ve been wanting to give something to charity, to offer something, but I never knew what,” he told The Independent.

“I haven’t got much financially to give, but I had the idea to give my skill.”

On 21 December, he will set up

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