Joel Robuchon

The world’s most-starred Michelin chef, Joel Robuchon, has died at 73, a French government spokesman said Monday.

Robuchon, who was hailed as one of four “chefs of the century” by the Gault Millau industry bible in 1990, founded a string of restaurants that revolutionised fine dining and which between them have 31 Michelin stars.

His death was confirmed by government spokesman Benjamin Griveaux in a tweet.

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