A cheap restaurant in a French town has been "swamped" with diners after it was mistakenly awarded a Michelin star.
Waiters at workmen's cafe Bouche à Oreille in Bourges say they've been worked off their feet after the eatery was featured in the 2017 versions of the Guide Michelin France.
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Veronique Jacquet, who runs Bouche à Oreille, told Le Parisien: "I don't have much space and there are only four waiters."
The cheap and cheerful cafe serves an all-you-can-eat buffet with wine and dessert for just €12.50.
Claire Dorland-Clauzel, at Guide Michelin, told the newspaper that Bouche à Oreille was mistaken for another restaurant with the same name.
The Bouche à Oreille in Essonne, Boutervilliers, serves up the likes of lobster, Champagne and chocolate pear for €48.
Chef Aymeric Dreux at the real Michelin-starred restaurant said: "It was a little boo-boo that caused no harm and was corrected. The whole thing made us laugh."
The mistake appeared on the website, not the printed version of the guide.