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Albert Roux (and Michel)

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Ooh la la, aged 85. A key figure in the history of fine dining in London and the U.K., and a hilarious television personality (his double act with younger brother Michel, where he treated him like a hapless stagiaire).

And I now see that Michel Roux passed away in March. I never ate at the Waterside Inn, but have happy memories of Le Gavroche.


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21 hours ago, Anthony Bonner said:

meh - I mean look - they are all old and french.   All you guys are revealing is that you never watched the finest food reality show ever produced "The Restaurant

Midnight Diner, so far, seems pretty great.

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