Food poisoning isn't always the unfortunate result of eating at dives.
The recent closure of England's famed Michelin-starred restaurant The Fat Duck, run by cutting-edge chef Heston Blumenthal, shows that even the world's poshest dining destinations can have a really bad bout of bad luck.
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According to CNN, possibly 400 customers suffered vomiting and diarrhea after eating there, so the chef closed his restaurant to facilitate a thorough investigation by England's Health Protection Agency.
Not so sure I'm craving those legendary Fat Duck frites anymore...