Gordon Ramsay wins two more Michelin stars

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9 October 2007, NEW YORK (AFP) - Television chef Gordon Ramsay has been awarded two coveted Michelin stars for the restaurant he opened in New York last year, in the latest edition of the French guide due to appear Wednesday.

9 October 2007

NEW YORK (AFP) - Television chef Gordon Ramsay has been awarded two coveted Michelin stars for the restaurant he opened in New York last year, in the latest edition of the French guide due to appear Wednesday.

The New York guide, now on its third edition, has this year granted 42 restaurants star status but only three the ultimate three-star accolade.

Those three were established French restaurants "Jean Georges" and "Le Bernardin" and Italian eatery "Per Se," which held the same top spots last year for their "exceptional cuisine, worth a special journey" in the guide's words.

Ramsay, who opened his first US restaurant "Gordon Ramsay at The London" last November, entered the list with two stars, adding to his three-star London flagship "Restaurant Gordon Ramsay."

The British chef found fame with his television series "Hell's Kitchen," the expletive-laden "F-Word" and "Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares."

AFP

Subject: French news

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