French chefs boil as Bocuse restaurant stripped of one Michelin star

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Several French chefs have reacted with anger and dismay at the decision by the Michelin guide to remove a star from the Auberge du Pont de Collonges restaurant in Lyon managed until his death in 2018 by Paul Bocuse, dubbed 'the pope of cuisine' by his peers, and which had kept its coveted three-star rating since 1965.

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The world of French fine dining has become embroiled in yet another ratings row due to the removal of the three-star Michelin ranking from renowned chef Paul Bocuse’s restaurant, almost two years after his death, reports The Guardian.