City-based Chef Sanjay Thakur & Photographer Rajesh Yadav set Guinness Record on Everest

Guinness World Record of Fine Dining Indian Cooking at the world’s first pop-up restaurant ‘Triyagyoni‘ was made on the Island Peak of Mount Everest on 30th May, 2018

Two Chandigarh-based young professionals have brought laurels to City Beautiful by establishing a Guinness World Record on the Island Peak (Imja Tse, Nepal) of Mount Everest. The world record was made by Chef Sanjay Thakur, an Etihad Airways professional from Chandigarh, and Chef Sunder Rajan Palaniappan of the Mahindra Group, on 30th May, 2018 at 11 am by opening ‘Triyagyoni’, the highest altitude pop-up restaurant for fine dining Indian cooking at such a remote and highest spot. Rajesh Kumar Yadav, a young photographer from Chandigarh, captured the historic moments in his camera.

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Addressing a press conference here today, Chef Sanjay Thakur, Vice President, Young Chefs Association of India, said, “On May 25th we along with a professional mountaineering team, proceeded towards the world’s highest Mount Everest. Our expedition was supported by the Indian Federation of Culinary Associations. In the supervision of the Guinness Book of World Records, we did fine dining Indian cooking at the highest altitude using natural fuel and resources.”

Guinness Everest Expedition was also supported by the Mansha Educational and Charitable Trust. Manoj Chandel, President of the Mansha Trust said, “My heartiest wishes to Rajesh Yadav and the entire team for successfully establishing the Culinary World Record at the highest spot.”

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