Starting from 495 thousand dollars per ticket, 6 people will make history by enjoying a meal above the Earth's atmosphere on a six-hour journey. 

All proceeds from the project will go to the Space Prize Foundation, which promotes gender equality in science and technology.

Roman Chiporukha, founder of SpaceVIP, told The Post: "This is the first in a series of expeditions organized in partnership with leading artists to harness the power of space travel to raise human consciousness and promote universal space literacy."

The chef will serve his meal aboard Space Perspective's Spaceship Neptune, the world's first carbon-neutral spaceship, during a mission launching in late 2025 from Kennedy Space Center in Florida.

Spaceship Neptune is not a rocket, but a pressurized capsule slowly propelled by SpaceBalloon. 

Jane Poynter, founder and co-CEO of Space Perspective, said: "Space Perspective is making the space experience more accessible than ever. With our unique space flights, we are enabling this life-changing moment for people - a profound shift in the way we humans view the world and our place in it." 

Passengers will have access to Wi-Fi on board and will be able to live stream their experience and connect with friends and family back on Earth during their flight. 

The CEO said Space Perspective offers the "safest and most accessible" way to travel to space aboard Spaceship Neptune, through a "completely reimagined spaceflight experience, requiring no training or special equipment," while "travelers will also have the chance to watch the sunrise in style over the curvature of the Earth." 

Chef Ramsus' Copenhagen-based restaurant Alchemist has held two Michelin stars since 2020 and is ranked fifth on the World's 50 Best Restaurants list.