People believe in the story that, there is a vast difference between the reel world and real world. What we see in the movies does not happen in real world. In the movie a successful businessman feeds the entire village but in the real world there is no much space for such emotion. But this story will change that approach completely. In this story a successful restaurant owner who provides the FREE food to the hungry people.
This is the story of Bangalore based famous Lebanese Restaurant called BYBLOS which is well known for the delicious Lebanese food now serves the hungry people in Bangalore by providing them hygienic food and water for FREE.
MR. AMMAR AL MOLKI WITH FRIDGE OF KINDNESS
Based on the information made available on the social media in a form of video which displays the liberality of the restaurant owner. The restaurant have come up with the new unique idea to feed the hungry people (not necessarily beggars) in the town with the quality and delicious food. They have installed the “FRIDGE OF KINDNESS” outside their restaurant which is always kept stuffed with the food and water bottles.
They keep the food in the fridge which is meant to feed the underprivileged and hungry people. It is the way of giving charity to those in need. If anyone is passing through this restaurant they might come across a refrigerator outside the Byblos Lebanese restaurant in Indiranagar, Banglore and pick up the required food and water, says the Head Chef of Byblos, Mr. Ammar Al Molki.
According to Mr. Molki, “There are many poor people and we need to help them in our own way. When the restaurant opens at 12:00 in the afternoon, the fridge is kept out and it stays there upto 11:00 pm till the restaurant shuts down.”
The idea for the fridge of kindness came from the Rotary Bangalore Brigades Which also gifted them the machine. The fridge has four shelves in which the food is kept (two for non-vegetarian and another two for vegetarian). “The food in the fridge is not the waste or stale food at all. There is always extra food in the kitchen prepared for lunch or dinner which is kept in food boxes in the fridge,” says Mr. Molki adding that “Most of the restaurants when they have parties or regular dining’s they always have little extra food prepared in the kitchens, this food we shouldn’t throw it rather it should be given to poor people.”
According to Mr. Molki, everyday there are about 20 people who come over to eat the food. “I request every restaurants and hotels to follow us and help others in need by sharing food and to help each others as human beings. It makes me feel good that I can help underprivileged people in this way”. Byblos Restaurant started this initiative before Diwali and hopes to keep it going as long as it can.