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2021 The great restaurant RESET

Restaurants will help their local communities

Jimi Famurewa, chief restaurant critic at the Evening Standard and MasterChef regular “Last year’s collaborative food aid work was very heartening. Seeing higher-end restaurants, some in recently gentrified areas, feeding NHS workers or school children, and engaging with their local communities, made me think, could that carry on? Could giving back be baked into a restaurant’s philosophy? In the wake of the Black Lives Matter protests, New York’s Maison Yaki offered itself as a platform to black chefs and food entrepreneurs in a pop-up series, helping many to get press attention or find kitchens. A great example of sharing the spotlight.”

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