Ultraviolet, in Shanghai, was the scene of Andy Hayler’s most expensive meal. Photo: AFPUltraviolet, in Shanghai, was the scene of Andy Hayler’s most expensive meal. Photo: AFP
Ultraviolet, in Shanghai, was the scene of Andy Hayler’s most expensive meal. Photo: AFP

How the first person to have eaten at every three-Michelin-starred restaurant in the world survived lockdown

  • Up to date in September, Andy Hayler now has a few gaps in his perfect record after the coronavirus caused cancelled trips
  • He argues that Michelin maintains its relevance because it offers an assurance of quality but admits the scoring isn’t always consistent

Topic |   Food and Drinks
Ultraviolet, in Shanghai, was the scene of Andy Hayler’s most expensive meal. Photo: AFPUltraviolet, in Shanghai, was the scene of Andy Hayler’s most expensive meal. Photo: AFP
Ultraviolet, in Shanghai, was the scene of Andy Hayler’s most expensive meal. Photo: AFP
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