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French chefs stew over renowned restaurant's loss of Michelin star

Downgrading of Auberge du Pont de Collonges to two-star establishment prompts fury

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.

The Auberge du Pont de Collonges, situated near the gastronomic capital of Lyon in south-east France, was the oldest three-starred restaurant in the world, having held the ranking without interruption since 1965.

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