Top Michelin star chef Joel Robuchon dies aged 75 | Europe| News and current affairs from around the continent | DW


French chef Joel Robuchon, who accumulated more than 30 Michelin stars during his career, died on Monday in his home in Geneva aged 73.

“Joel Robuchon, visionary leader and the most starred chef in the world, leaves us today,” French government spokesman Benjamin Griveaux wrote in a Tweet.

French daily newspaper Le Figaro reported that Robuchon died of cancer.

Read more: A record 28 French restaurants get Michelin three-star ratings

Robuchon was a pioneer of modern French cuisine and named one of four “chefs of the century” by the Gault et Millau cooking guide in 1990.

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