ANDREW J. LINN
People have still not got the hang of this Michelin nonsense, so, once and for all, repeat in unison: there is no such thing as a 'Michelin chef'. The Michelin Guide, love it or hate it, awards its prized stars to restaurants, never to chefs or ... 'Michelin chefs' were visiting Malaga. A reader quite sensibly made it clear that this would be impossible, and pointed out the above facts. The reply went something like this: "I am aware that Michelin stars are granted to restaurants and not to people. ... But the guidelines for the awarding of stars are described by the Michelin organisation as follows: Three stars - Cooking of an exceptional level where one always eats well and occasionally exceptionally well. The journey is always worth the trouble.