One of France's leading chefs, the 69-year-old Marc Veyrat, has on Tuesday been denied an action against the Michelin.
the Cook had put a lawsuit against the prestigious dining guide, after his restaurant in January 2019 were downgraded from three stars - the highest possible number to two stars.
part of the guide's justification was that the restaurant, the Maison des Bois, were used by the English cheddar cheese in ostesouffléen.
It is according to the Veyrat, however, wrong. The restaurant should instead have used French cheeses, and the strong yellow color must have come from the saffron.
Veyrat had, therefore, demanded to see the Michelin reviewer's notes, as well as a receipt from your visit.
But it was rejected by the court in Nanterre, just outside Paris. Here it said that the cook had not presented "a single proof" that the restaurant had suffered damage of to be downgraded in the wizard.
Veyrat had asked for a symbolic amount of one euro.
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