For years, Berlin was ridiculed as the home of curry-wurst and bouletten. But no longer. Today, Germany's capital is renowned for its world-class cuisine and top chefs.
Joel Robuchon was named one of four "chefs of the century" in 1990. He gained 31 Michelin stars since entering gastronomy at the age of 15.
Anthony Bourdain, a celebrity chef, food critic and the host of a CNN food and travel program, has died at the age of 61. The cause of death was suicide, according to the US broadcaster.
Sebastien Bras said he wants to be "liberated" from the stress of keeping Michelin stars. Bras is the first chef to be allowed to withdraw after several of his colleagues shut their restaurants due to the pressure.
Twenty-eight French restaurants have been honored with the gastronomic sector's most coveted rating. That's a record number of three-star ratings for any single country in the Michelin Red Guide.
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