Some foie gras for your homemade lasagna?
That's what happened to patrons running to make reservations at the new Michelin star restaurant Bouche a Oreille.
Only once they arrived, the Telegraph reported, customers along with reporters and TV crews found plastic tablecloths and a $12 euro prix fixe lunch.
The roadside cafe in the small French town Bourges was accidentally awarded the Michelin star when the company confused the little cafe with a more upscale restaurant near Paris by the same name.
The mistake was corrected on the Web site within a week and Michelin Guide France quickly apologized on Twitter, but it caused quite the confusion amongst patrons and a good laugh between the chefs.
The restaurant's chef told the Telegraph, "it was a little boo-boo that caused no harm and was corrected," and he reportedly invited the cafe staff for dinner.
Thank goodness. A beef and black truffle food fight would be such a waste of 50 bucks. although it would leave a highway of leftovers.
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