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Michelin Fallouts

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Hamburger lover Josh Ozersky has a column in Time today questioning the Michelin Guides. He points out that — accuracy and methodology aside — a reader can't understand why a certain restaurant received their rating based on the write-ups in the book, which are "incredibly banal and uncritical...you have no sense of exacting standards, a century of tradition or global authority. It's just another crappily written restaurant guide." [Time via -ENY-]

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