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The Worst Michelin Three-Star Restaurants in the World

Source: Courtesy of Arpège

5. Arpège
>Location: Paris, France
>Chef: Alain Passard
>First awarded three stars: 1996
>Pct. of “excellent” or “very good”: 76.85

Source: Courtesy of Nakamura

4. Nakamura
>Location: Kyoto, Japan
>Chef: Motokazu Nakamura
>First awarded three stars: 2011
>Pct. of “excellent” or “very good”: 74.19

Source: Courtesy of La Yeon

3. La Yeon
>Location: Seoul, South Korea
>Chef: Kim Sung-Il
>First awarded three stars: 2016
>Pct. of “excellent” or “very good”: 73.17

Source: Courtesy of Le Petit Nice

2. Le Petit Nice
>Location: Marseille, France
>Chef: Gérard Passedat
>First awarded three stars: 2008
>Pct. of “excellent” or “very good”: 72.22

Source: via Yelp / Courtesy of Andrew W.

1. Taian
>Location: Osaka, Japan
>Chef: Hitoshi Takahata
>First awarded three stars: 2011
>Pct. of “excellent” or “very good”: 70.83

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