Guide Michelin France 2016 : three stars for Le Squer and Ducasse

 
 
 

 

It is with a minute of silence for the death of Benoît Violier started the great mass of Michelin.

The world gastronomy, meeting Monday morning at place Vendôme in Paris, didn’t have the heart at the party, after the announcement of the grand Franco-Swiss Chief alleged suicide, Sunday, at his home in Crissier.

After months of rumors and noise of corridor, the Red guide has yet unveiled his own 2016:
600 restaurants starred (compared with 609 in 2015), including 54 new. The guide Michelin France, usually sold 150,000 copies, will be available on 5 February in bookshops priced at € 24.90.

Three stars for Christian Le Squer and Alain Ducasse

“The strength of the attractiveness of the chefs for Paris is a component particularly marking this selection 2016” also commented Michael Ellis, international Director of the Michelin guides.

The first had resumed discreetly, but with brio, the kitchen of George V in fall 2014, after his departure from Ledoyen. The second had transformed his table at the Plaza Athénée, reopened in the fall of 2014 after ten months of work. Both have put a year and a half to convince the Red guide award them the three stars.

 

Guide Michelin 2016

 

The 2 new three stars :

The 10 new two stars :

The 42 new one star :

ALSACE, CHAMPAGNE-ARDENNE, LORRAINE :

 

AQUITAINE, LIMOUSIN, OITOU-CHARENTES :

 

AUVERGNE, RHÔNE-ALPES :

 

BOURGOGNE-FRANCHE-COMTÉ :

 

BRETAGNE :

 

CORSE :

  • I Salti, Belgodère

 

LANGUEDOC-ROUSSILLON, MIDI-PYRÉNÉES :

 

ILE-DE-FRANCE :

 

NORD-PAS-DE-CALAIS, PICARDIE :

  • La Table, Hôtel Clarance, Lille
  • La Grignotière, Valenciennes

 

NORMANDIE :

 

PAYS-DE-LA-LOIRE :

  • Le Favre d’Anne, Angers

 

PROVENCE-ALPES-CÔTE D’AZUR :