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(From The Daily Star)
Byline: PAUL MALLEY
A RESTAURANT voted best in the world was slated by health inspectors after too much bacteria was found in food.
Heston Blumenthal's Fat Duck charges up to GBP185 a head.
It dishes up wacky recipes like snail porridge and egg and bacon ice cream.
The restaurant, in Bray, Berks, was crowned world number one by a leading magazine last month.
But local council food and safety officer Wendy Foster, fired off a letter after inspectors found three of the four samples they tested "unsatisfactory".
Test reports showed foie gras had unsatisfactory bacteria levels and "borderline" …