Here's your chance to dine at some of the best restaurants in the world with some of the toughest reservations in the world, all while helping raise money for the charity Farm Africa.
Dinners and lunches for two are being auctioned at a selection of the world's best restaurants including Mugaritz, Le Bernardin, Osteria Francescana, Mirazur, Attica, Quique Dacosta and the Otto e Mezzo restaurant in Hong Kong.
Bidding opens today, November 21st, with the first allocation of 12 restaurants going on sale. Money will be taken through the Ebay bidding system and all proceeds will go directly to Farm Africa's Food for Good campaign.
Working alongside The World's 50 Best Restaurants which is sponsored by S.Pellegrino and Acqua Panna, the charity say they have managed to secure prizes from 35 restaurants on the list with others going on sale later in the year and early 2014.
The bidding for four of the 12 restaurants opens tonight at 8pm GMT with the second four begining November 24th and the final group November 28th. All you need to decide now is which one to bid on.
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