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March 03, 2023


Guy Savoy, who has been praised as the world’s best chef, has lost one of his Michelin stars.

It could be cheese-related: In 2019, Marc Veyrat became the first chef to sue Michelin, following the demotion of his restaurant La Maison des Bois, based in Haute-Savoie, to two-star status. The decision was said to be down to the cheese used in the soufflé.

(Thanks to The Perts)


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Couldn't they just play best 2 out of 3 Mario Kart to get extra stars?

Or it could be that the chicken nuggets in the kids' meals weren't up to par this time.

Did he look in the aspic?

The star was knocked down by the manhole cover.

Terrible news. I won't be eating there any time soon (I have never eaten there at any time-can't afford it).

By the way, if it's soufflé-related, consult the experts.

How many stars do they usually award to those "all-you-can-eat" buffets?

Somehow I don't think they'll be too distressed by the loss of the only two customers who a) know, and b) care.

In my own way I sympathize.

( Ripping the epaulettes from his shoulder, breaking his sword in two...)

With his luck he'll find it accidentally in the couch cushions.

Perhaps it fell into a soup pot? Did any customers not leave a tip? Did he burn his buns? Scorched his tongue? Ran out of sanitary supplies in the women's rest room?

Reminds me of that old TV show with Chuck Conners titled 'Branded' where they strip him of his rank in front of the troops and he walks out the gates of the fort.

"All but one man died.
There at Bitter Creek.
And they say he ran away.

Branded, scorned as the one who ran.
What do you do when you're branded, and you know you're a man.

Wherever you go, for the rest of your life
You must prove, you're a man."

Creme tangerine and Montelimar
A ginger sling with a pineapple heart
Coffee dessert, yes, you know it's good news
But you'll have to have them all pulled out
After the Savoy truffle...

By "cheese used in the souffle" do they mean crickets?

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