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Two French restaurants tasted the ultimate accolade in top-level gastronomy Monday, winning three coveted Michelin stars in the guide's 2015 edition.The 2015 guide crowned 26 three-star restaurants in France, one fewer than last year.There were 80 two-star restaurants (seven of which were new) and 503 one-star restaurants (37 of them making the grade for the first time).In total, there are now 609 Michelin-starred restaurants in France.Meg Zimbeck, who runs Paris By Mouth, a respected online review site that also provides foodie tours to English-speaking visitors, backed up her argument with research: four months of anonymous dining in all Paris restaurants boasting two or three Michelin stars.What she found, after booking into 16 restaurants under false names and paying a total 7,150 euros for the meals, was that Michelin's recommendations didn't always deliver.
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