Posted: Dec 02, 2019
No one lives for drama more than the people at Michelin. Their whole operation, after all, is one big production featuring undercover operatives, petty snubs, and, on occasion, taking world-renowned chefs down a peg.
This week, the unfortunate victim of that last one is Jiro Ono, the renowned sushi chef and elderly man behind Sukiyabashi Jiro, which has been dubbed the world’s best sushi restaurant. Ono was also the subject of the cult documentary film Jiro Dreams of Sushi, which set off this current era of chef-centric TV, including the series Chef’s Table.
In announcing the latest round of Michelin-starred Tokyo restaurants, the French organization revealed it will be delisting the 10-seat Sukiyabashi Jiro, and thus stripping the chef of his three stars, because the restaurant is no longer open to the public. As it stands, reservations can be obtained only through knowing the right people or through luxury hotels.
By Nikita Richardson
November 26, 2019
Source and complete article: Grubstreet.com
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