French chef Pierre Truagro died at the age of 92 years. This was reported on September 23 in the Michelin guide’s Twitter message.
“The Michelin guide will sympathize with those close to him,” the message reads. As noted, Truagro was a giant, equal to Chef Paul Bocuse, with whom he made a revolution in cooking.
Truagro became one of the creators of the “new kitchen”. Created by his family in the early twentieth century, the restaurant Maison Troisgros for over 50 years keeps the highest award of the culinary guide – three stars.
His son Michelle became the restaurant’s head in 1983.