File - French chef Arnaud Lallement, elected chef of the year by French guide Gault et Millaut, posing in his restaurant, l'Assiette Champenoise", in Reims, November 18, 2013. (AFP PHOTO FRANCOIS NASCIMBENI)
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A chef from France's Champagne region whose restaurant offers 600 of the sparkling wines was admitted Monday into the exclusive club of establishments with three Michelin stars.Michael Ellis, director of international guides for Michelin, said this year's selection was also notable for the number of young chefs included.In the one-star category, young chefs were particularly well represented with seven under the age of 30 alone, he said.Michelin's France 2014 edition lists just 27 establishments with three stars, 10 of which are in Paris.Some 79 restaurants have two stars, including six new ones, and 504 have one star, 57 of which are new.
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