A top chef in the UK has been accused of religious discrimination after he allegedly told a catering manager to remove a Sikh bangle so that it would not get caught in a ladle, The Times reported. 

Niranjit Moorah Singh said that Herbert Berger, the former executive chef at the Café Royal in London, told him to remove the bracelet which had been given to him by his Malaysian grandfather 35 years ago.

Berger was born in Austria and trained in Salzburg. In England, he has worked at Claridges, and was head chef at the Mirabelle and he received his Michelin star for the Grill Room at the Café Royal, the report added.

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