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Some of the world's most successful chefs have accused each other of becoming "paranoid", "overcompetitive" and "obsessed" with chasing culinary accolades rather than concentrating on satisfying their customers.

I still believe the same thing I said to Jay Wintrob when he first started: “Show me a person with an unblemished track record and I’ll show you a person who has dramatically underachieved.” There is a lot to be said for batting .600.

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Although she had pushed beyond her expertise, Deborah felt she should have caught the sellers’ maneuver.But this may change, if Nick Lander has anything to do with it.In the 1980s, Lander ran L'Escargot, the popular French brasserie in London's Soho whose maitresse d' was the incomparable Elena Salvoni; since 1989 he's written a restaurant column for the Financial Times – and, having examined hundreds of food establishments (sometimes with his wife Jancis Robinson, doyenne of wine writers), he's publishing a book about the unsung midwives of lunch and dinner.The comments were made as Derek Brown, the man responsible for handing out Michelin stars - among the most sought-after restaurant awards - criticised the chefs for becoming too "preoccupied" with the star system.Antony Worrall Thompson, the chef, and Nico Ladenis, the former three-star restaurateur, singled out fellow chefs Gordon Ramsay and Heston Blumenthal - whose restaurant, The Fat Duck, at Bray, Berks, got its third star last month - for obsessively "chasing the Holy Grail" of Michelin stars and innovating purely for the sake of gastronomic awards, not good food.The Art of the Restaurateur (Phaidon, £24.95) begins with the claim that "chefs, in my opinion, have been elevated to an overly lofty position.