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Two French additions to Michelin's best

40-year-old Alpine restaurant and head chef of "Ledoyen" win three-star status
Wednesday, February 4, 2015 - 05:50

(From left) Rene and Maxime Meilleur received the industry's top prize for their skills with fish while Yannick Alleno won acclaim with his skill with sauces.


TWO French restaurants tasted the ultimate accolade in top-level gastronomy on Monday, winning three coveted Michelin stars in the guide's 2015 edition.

"La Bouitte" in the French Alps, run by father-and-son team Rene and Maxime Meilleur, and Yannick Alleno's Parisian

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