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Singapore chef of 3-Michelin-starred restaurant in Taiwan misses McDonald’s curry sauce

TAICHUNG, Taiwan – How does a chef celebrate after his restaurant receives the coveted three Michelin stars? With a McDonald’s spread of nuggets and fries.

That was what Mr Jimmy Lim did after his upscale restaurant JL Studio, located in Taichung in central Taiwan, became the first Singapore cuisine restaurant in the world to achieve the feat. The historic achievement, announced on Aug 31, makes the chef the first and only Singaporean to obtain the highest accolade in the Michelin Guide rating system for his restaurant.

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