Le Gavroche was opened in 1967 by brothers Albert and Michel Roux. In 1974, it won its first Michelin star, and in 1982, it became the first British restaurant with three Michelin stars. Since then, it has continued on that trajectory, earning numerous awards and prestigious rankings along the way, and today Albert’s son, Michel Roux Jr., carries on the legacy.An avid marathon runner, the younger Roux is married to a French woman and has a 16-year-old daughter who often cooks with ...

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