Joël Robuchin is ranked number one among the 10 best chefs in the world, making him the best chef in the world according to Michelin stars. Although he died with only 28 stars to his name, at one point Robuchon was the proud owner of 31 Michelin stars. The Michelin guide says that this iconoclastic chef is “at the forefront of the fusion cuisine movement”, famous for overturning the conventions of classic French cuisine. He is ranked number one among the 10 best chefs in the world, making him the best chef in the world according to the Michelin star ranking.
Italian-American chef Giada De Laurentiis is the most popular chef in the world, according to the number of Google searches. Sure, there had been leading chefs before (ever since Bocuse became famous in the 1970s, a man named Roger Jaloux primarily ran Bocuse's kitchen in Collonges), but Ducasse had empire in his eyes from the start, a unique vision of world domination and the unusual abilities to do it brilliantly. Known for his volatile behavior in the kitchen and his exceptional British cuisine, Gordon Ramsay is undoubtedly the most famous chef in the world. From the Frenchman Alexis Soyer to the award-winning Thomas Keller, these important chefs exerted enormous influence on a wide range of dishes and set the standard for chefs around the world.
He is also one of only two chefs to have earned 21 Michelin stars throughout his career and the first chef to own three-Michelin star restaurants in three cities. Best known for his famous kaiseki dish, this legendary chef began his career traveling to France to learn how to prepare French dishes, but says he changed his mind and decided to focus on bringing Japanese cuisine to the world's attention. Possibly one of the most famous chefs in the world, this famous chef and owner has 6 Michelin stars. Seiji Yamamoto, one of the most iconic Japanese chefs of the century, sent an eel for a CT scan to better understand its anatomy.
Although pastry chef Amaury Guichon is only 31 years old, he has already made a name for himself in the industry and is currently one of the most Googled chefs on the Internet. Blumenthal, more than the other chefs on the list of Michelin-starred chefs, has always been fascinated by the science behind food processing.