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France-based Michelin, world’s biggest tire maker and de facto king arbiter for the most coveted global dining destinations, delivers the results to be published this week in the Michelin Guide to France 2010. Although newcomer Auberge du Vieux Puits brings the overall tally of three-star restaurants up to 26, the Paris restaurant owned by Alain Ducasse protege, Helene Darroze, is reduced to one star, and Gordon Ramsey hangs on to the two stars his Versailles establishment currently holds dear. [Bloomberg via Eater National]

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