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Michel Roux Wire

michelroux150.jpgChef Michel Roux (Le Gavroche, Waterside Inn, etc) on the London food scene in the mid-1960s: "It was a dark age... There was no way you could have a decent meal. The food was pretty nasty. There were a few hotels like the Connaught or the Savoy where you could have had something that was fairly good to good, but nothing excellent, nothing delicate and fine." [WSJ]

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