THE Michelin Guide to restaurants should at least touch on the subject of vomit, it has been claimed.
As Heston Blumenthal’s London restaurant caused a wave of sickness, users of the guide said that kind of information would be helpful, alongside the little stars.
Regular eater, Wayne Hayes, said: “I’m not saying anyone should lose their stars, because I’m sure a lot of the non-poisonous food is terrific.
“But they could at least have something to indicate vomiting. Perhaps the number of people who have been violently sick in the last year.
“For instance, the entries in the guide include ‘things to know’ such as ‘booking essential’. That would seem the obvious place to put it.
“Then I’ll know that this is world-class food, only some of which is incredibly dangerous.”