World Famous Chef Closes His Restaurant: I Can't Taste and Smell
Mark Sebastian Fisher, the chef of a famous Michelin-starred restaurant in England, has decided to close his restaurant. The regulars of the restaurant were shocked to hear the reason for this decision.
Mark Sebastian Fisher, the chef of a famous Michelin-starred restaurant in Oswestry, England, lost his sense of taste and smell. Sebastian, who did not want to sell the food he did not taste to customers, decided to close his world-famous restaurant.
Chef Sebastian and his restaurant, which received 2 stars in the Michelin awards given to world-famous cuisines, will no longer serve.
World-renowned chef Sebastian, who has been running the same restaurant for 33 years, succeeded in placing his cuisine among the best in the world with the special training he received in France and Switzerland.
Lost Senses of Taste and Smell Due to Covid-19
Sebastian has permanently lost his sense of taste and smell due to his recent COVID-19 illness. "Due to Covid, I lost all my sense of taste and smell and now I rely on other family members and staff before serving food," Sebastian said in a statement. aforementioned.
The world-famous chef, who could not get enough of the smell and taste of his meals before serving them to his customers, announced that he would serve his last service at the beginning of the year.
Only Breakfast Will Be Served
From New Year's on, the restaurant will only offer accommodation and breakfast.
Among the award-winning dishes of the famous cuisine, the most striking presentation is the seafood plate, each more beautiful than the other, such as mussels, oysters, shrimps, crayfish and lobsters.