Eating at Michelin Star restaurants around the world is not the cheapest hobby to have, however, the service, food and experience are well worth saving up for. Also, a top tip is to visit for lunch, it’s usually a lot cheaper. ¬†These restaurants had a Michelin Star at the time of our visit. Please check with Michelin to see if this is still the case when travelling especially to visit a restaurant.

Here are restaurants which are and have been listed in the Michelin Guide, be them with Stars/Bib Gourmands etc.

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Andrew Fairlie at Gleneagles – 2 stars

Martin Wishart at Cameron House Hotel, Loch Lomond (closed)

Inver, Strachur – MICHELIN Green Star: Gastronomy and sustainability

The Kitchin, Leith – 1 star

Unalome by Graeme Cheevers, Glasgow – 1 star


Helene Darroze at the Connaught – 3 stars.

L’enclume, Cumbria – 3 starsDinner by Heston – 2 stars

The Ledbury, London – 1 star

Leroy, London – 1 starThe Hind’s Head, Bray, Berkshire – 1 star


Le Parc Frank Putelet, Carcassone  Р2 stars



Kyoto – Ichihana – 3 stars

Kyoto – Gion Nanba – 1 star

Chihana three Michelin stars Kyoto Glasgow foodie explorers