Michel Sarran, one of the mentors of the “Top Chef” show on M6.


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Since confinement, restaurateur Michel Sarran has been on the front line to defend his activity, heavily penalized by the health constraints linked to Covid-19.

This Wednesday, the chef from Gers, also a juror of the

Top Chef


on M6, announced on social networks the closure of his Toulouse establishment.

An effective decision "from Monday, October 26 and until further notice," writes the owner of this two-star restaurant.

Michel Sarran expresses “regret” for making this decision, justified “following the directives taken by the government to fight against Covid-19”.

“We hope to see you very soon,” he concludes in this message.

Toulouse has been one of the cities under curfew since Saturday, between 9 p.m. and 6 a.m.


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