Michelin Results 2015

Michelin guide stars bib gourmand 2015
Michelin guide stars bib gourmand 2015
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Michelin & Cie, Europe’s largest tiremaker, produced its first guide in 1900. It was free of charge until 1920 and was intended for chauffeurs.


The three star rating was published in 1936.

one star: “A very good restaurant in its category” (“Une très bonne table dans sa catégorie”)

two stars: “Excellent cooking, worth a detour” (“Table excellente, mérite un détour”)

three stars: “Exceptional cuisine, worth a special journey” (“Une des meilleures tables, vaut le voyage”).

The Michelin Guide 2015 results have been released, see below for the full list of Michelin star restaurants in the UK.

* denotes new winners

3 Michelin Stars

*No new 3 stars

Fat Duck – Bray
Waterside Inn – Bray
Gordon Ramsay – Chelsea
Alain Ducasse at The Dorchester – Mayfair

2 Michelin Stars

*No new two stars

Midsummer House – Cambridge
Gidleigh Park – Chagford – Devon
Le Champignon Sauvage – Cheltenham
Whatley Manor (The Dining Room) – Wiltshire
Hand and Flowers – Marlow
Restaurant Sat Bains – Nottingham
Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons – Oxford/Great Milton
Restaurant Nathan Outlaw – Cornwall
Andrew Fairlie at Gleneagles – Auchterarder
Patrick Guilbaud – Dublin
The Ledbury – North Kensington
Marcus Wareing at The Berkeley – Belgravia
Le Gavroche – Mayfair
Hélène Darroze at The Connaught – Mayfair
Hibiscus – Mayfair
Square – Mayfair
L’Enclume – Grange-over-Sands/Cartmel
Michael Wignall at The Latymer (at Pennyhill Park Hotel) – Surrey
Sketch (The Lecture Room & Library) – Mayfair
Dinner by Heston Blumenthal (Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park Hotel) – Westminster
The Greenhouse – Mayfair

One Michelin Star

L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon – Strand & Covent Garden
Fischer’s at Baslow Hall – Baslow, Derbyshire
The Park (at Lucknam Park Hotel) – Bath/Colerne
The Terrace (at Montagu Arms Hotel) – Beaulieu
Pipe and Glass Inn – Beverley/Yorks
West House – Biddenden, Kent
Fraiche – Birkenhead
Purnell’s – Birmingham
Simpsons – Birmingham
Turners – Birmingham
Northcote – Blackburn/Langho
Morston Hall – Morston/Norfolk
Curlew – Bodiam/East Sussex
Lords of the Manor – Gloucestershire
Royal Oak – Bray
Casamia – Bristol
Manor House H. and Golf Club – Wiltshire
Simon Radley at The Chester Grosvenor – Chester
Pony & Trap – Chew Magna/Bath
Sir Charles Napier – Chinnor/Buckinghamshire
Apicius – Cranbrook/Kent
Ockenden Manor – Cuckfield/West Sussex
Sienna – Dorchester/Dorset
Butchers Arms – Eldersfield/Worcestershire
The Pass – Horsham/West Sussex
The Neptune – Hunstanton/Norfolk
Box Tree – Ilkley/West Yorkshire
Ocean at the Atlantic – Jersey
Bohemia (at Club Hotel and Spa) – Jersey
Tassili (at Grand Hotel) – Jersey
The Stagg Inn – Herefordshire
Mr Underhill’s at Dinham Weir – Ludlow/Shropshire
Harrow at Little Bedwyn – Marlborough/Wiltshire
Nut Tree – Murcott/Oxfordshire
Hambleton Hall – Rutland
Black Swan – Oldstead/North Yorks
Yorke Arms – Ramsgill-in-Nidderdale/North Yorks
JSW – Petersfield/Hampshire
Driftwood – Portscatho/Cornwall
L’Ortolan – Reading/Shinfield
Drake’s – Ripley/ Surrey
Old Vicarage – Sheffield
Masons Arms – South Molton/Knowstone/Devon
Room in the Elephant – Torquay
The Sportsman – Whitstable/Kent
5 North St – Winchcombe/Gloucs
The Black Rat – Winchester/Hampshire
Paris House – Woburn/Bedfordshire
Glenapp Castle – Ballantrae/South Ayrshire
Martin Wishart at Loch Lomond – Balloch/West Dunbartonshire
Braidwoods – Dalry/North Ayrshire
Castle Terrace – Edinburgh
Number One (at Balmoral Hotel) – Edinburgh
Kitchin Edinbugh/Leith – Edinburgh
Martin Wishart Edinburgh/Leith – Edinburgh
Sangster’s – Elie/Fife
Albannach – Lochinver/Highlands
Boath House – Nairn/ Highlands
Peat Inn – Fife
Knockinaam Lodge – Portpatrick/Dumfries & Galloway
Kinloch Lodge – Isle of Skye
Walnut Tree – Abergavenny/Llanddewi Skirrid/Monmouthshire
Tyddyn Llan – Llandrillo Denbighshire
The Checkers – Montgomery/Monmouthshire
House (at Cliff House Hotel) – Waterford
Chapter One – Dublin
L’Ecrivain – Dublin
Thornton’s (at The Fitzwilliam Hotel) – Dublin
Bon Appétit – Malahide/Dublin
Hakkasan Hanway Place – Bloomsbury
Pied à Terre – Bloomsbury
Club Gascon – City of London
Harwood Arms – Fulham
River Café – Hammersmith
La Trompette – Chiswick
St John – Clerkenwell
Rasoi – Chelsea
Kitchen W8 – Kensington
The Glasshouse – Kew
Galvin La Chapelle – Spitalfields
Chez Bruce – Wandsworth
Amaya Belgravia – Westminster
Pétrus – Belgravia
Benares – Mayfair
Galvin at Windows (at London Hilton Hotel) – Mayfair
Hakkasan Mayfair – Mayfair
Kai – Mayfair
Maze – Mayfair
Murano – Mayfair
Pollen Street Social – Mayfair
Tamarind – Mayfair
Umu – Mayfair
Wild Honey – Mayfair
L’Autre Pied – Regent’s Park & Marylebone
Locanda Locatelli – Regent’s Park & Marylebone
Texture – Regent’s Park & Marylebone
Seven Park Place (at St James’s Hotel and Club) – St James’s/Westminster
Arbutus – Soho
Yauatcha – Soho
Quilon – Victoria
Paul Ainsworth at Number 6 – Padstow
Alimentum – Cambridge
Raby Hunt – nr Darlington
Hedone – Chiswick
Dabbous – Regent’s Park & Marylebone
Hinds Head – Bray
St Johns Hotel – Leicester Square
Launceston Place – Kensington
Trishna – Marylebone
Alyn Williams at The Westbury – Mayfair
The Red Lion Free House – Wiltshire
Thackerays Restaurant – Kent
Tristan – Horsham
Bath Priory – Bath
Samling – Cumbria
adam’s – Birmingham
Wilks – Bristol
Ormer by Shaun Rankin – Jersey
HKK – Shoreditch
Angler – Finsbury
Story – London Bridge
Ametsa – Belgravia
Brasserie Chavot – Mayfair
Lima – Regent’s Park/Marylebone
Social Eating House – Soho
Outlaw’s at The Capital – Knightsbridge
L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon – Strand and Covent Garden

*Fera at Claridges – Mayfair
*Gymkhana – Mayfair
*Clove Club – Shoreditch
*Barrafina – Soho
*Outlaw’s Fish Kitchen – Port Isaac, Cornwall
*Treby Arms – Devon
*Isle of Eriska – Scotland
*Three Chimneys and The House
over-By – Isle of Skye
*Ynyshir Hall – Wales
*Crown at Whitebrook – Wales
*City Social – City of London
*Kitchen Table at Bubbledogs – Bloomsbury
*Cross at Kenilworth – Kenilworth
*Star Inn – Harome, North Yorkshire

Here is a list if the Scottish entries

Michelin guide stars bib gourmand 2015

It’s not just about stars!, Since 1955, the guide has also highlighted restaurants offering “good food at moderate prices”, a feature called “Bib Gourmand”. They must offer menu items priced below a maximum determined by local economic standards.

Additions to Glasgow today include The Gannet and Ox and Finch.


Michelin guide stars bib gourmand 2015

All listed restaurants receive a “fork and spoon” designation, as a subjective reflection of the overall comfort and quality of the restaurant. Rankings range from one to five: One fork and spoon represents a “comfortable restaurant” and five signifies a “luxurious restaurant”. Forks and spoons coloured red designate a restaurant that is considered “pleasant” as well.

Restaurants can also receive other symbols next to their listing.

Coins indicate restaurants that serve a menu for a certain price or less.

Interesting view or Magnificent view, designated by a black or red symbol.

Grapes, a sake set, or a cocktail glass indicate restaurants that offer a “somewhat interesting” selection of wines, sake, or cocktails.


Michelin guide stars bib gourmand 2015
Image from Wikipedia



The Michelin site can be accessed here.

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  1. 01/02/2015 / 5:31 pm
    Hi. We are doing a blog post about Brand Publishing and we mention the 1900 Michelin Guide in the article. Do you own copyright on the two images you have posted and would you be happy for us to use the images, as small thumbnails in the post? Many thanks Sue

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