Chef and restauranteur Albert Roux, founder of Britain’s first Michelin-starred restaurant, Le Gavroche, died on Monday following a lengthy illness, his family said in a statement.

“Albert is credited, along with his late brother Michel Roux, with starting London’s culinary revolution with the opening of Le Gavroche in 1967,” the family added.

Le Gavroche became Britain’s first Michelin-starred restaurant and some of the UK’s best-known chefs worked in its kitchen, including Gordon Ramsay and Marco Pierre White.

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