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Foodies everywhere, rejoice! The Michelin Guide results for 2017 have been released, which means there could be a Michelin-starred restaurant somewhere near you…
Still considered to be the most important guide to fine dining in the world, the Michelin Guide rounds up the restaurants that have excelled in the areas of innovation and creativity in food.
Currently there are only four restaurants in the whole of the UK to boast the coveted Three Michelin Stars, with one of them being a new entry for this year. There’s one new restaurant to be added to the list of eateries boasting two stars, and out of the 147 restaurants that have one star, 17 are new entries for this year.
Find out more about the new entries…
The Fat Duck, Three Stars
Photo by John Carey
After a temporary relocation to Australia, The Fat Duck regained its Three-Star status, rejoining the ranks of Alain Ducasse at The Dorchester, Gordon Ramsay and its neighbour in Bray, The Waterside Inn. An exquisite culinary experiment, The Fat Duck targets all the senses, delivering an experience, rather than simply a meal. At £255 a head it’s not cheap, but a must to tick off the list for any foodie.
The Raby Hunt, Two Stars
Photo by The Raby Hunt
New in this year with a prestigious Two Michelin Stars is The Raby Hunt in Co. Durham which prides itself on having ‘a menu inspired by simplicity’. It’s the only new restaurant to this year be added to the ranks of the Two-star restaurants.
Céleste, One Star
Photo by Céleste
Céleste is an example of innovative and delicate European cuisine, conceputalised by Michelin-starred Executive Chef Florian Favario and 3-Starred Chef Eric Frechon. They use seasonal ingredients to create a menu that’s a delight to see and taste.
Gilpin Hotel and Lake House, One Star
Photo by The Gilpin Hotel and Lake House
Nestled in the heart of the stunning Lake District, Gilpin Hotel and Lake House combines fresh, local produce with an Asian twist, producing a taste sensation that gets its influences from lands faraway. If you wish, you can roll out of your seat at the restaurant for a night of luxury and comfort at the Gilpin Hotel!
Heron and Grey, One Star
Photo by Heron and Grey
Heron and Grey in Dublin, Ireland only seats 22 guests and serves dinner on a Thursday, Friday and Saturday night and since being awarded a Michelin star is now booked up until March 2017. Guests have been flooding here to get a taste of local, seasonal produce on a menu that changes bi-weekly to ‘consistently maintain quality, freshness and creativity’. For a cosy, intimate setting, this is the one!