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Having previously been involved with two restaurants in London – Monte’s and Spoon at the Sanderson – Alain Ducasse returned to the capital to launch Alain Ducasse at The Dorchester at the end of last year. With executive chef Jocelyn Herland (ex-Marco Pierre White’s three-starred Oak Room) heading up the 80-seat restaurant, it’s already being tipped for three stars. Ducasse’s career is formidable – he has spent time working with some of France’s greats including Michel Guerard, Roger Verge and Alain Chapel. Today, Ducasse’s group boasts 12 Michelin stars and, until he closed Alain Ducasse at the Essex House in New York, he was the most feted chef by Michelin, ever. Today, his global star power matches that of Gordon Ramsay, but as neither party plans to stand still, the search for the ultimate Michelin man will no doubt continue.