The Michelin Guide Great Britain & Ireland 2021

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Michelin Stars, Bib Gourmand and Michelin Green Stars

The Michelin Guide Great Britain and Ireland 2021 has been unveiled with the awards announced online.

Speaking at the launch, Gwendal Poullennec, International Director of the Michelin Guides, said:

“This has been a hugely challenging period for the hospitality industry and our thoughts remain with all those who have suffered from the pandemic and by the restrictions that have been put in place.”

He continued: “We were heartened by the number of chefs who called us during the year to ensure we were still going ahead with the Guide and our yearly awards. The Michelin Guide is about so much more than recognising those at the top of their profession; it is about promoting the hospitality industry as a whole and we want to shine a light on the hard work, tenacity and commitment of chefs and restaurant teams.”

The guide was postponed from October to January this and is digital-only as well this year. By postponing publication for a few months and by making the Guide digital-only.   Despite the unprecedented challenges faced by the hospitality industry, the guide features no fewer than 185 Michelin-starred restaurants including 2 new Three-Star restaurants, 3 new Two Star and 17 new One Star.

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L’enclume

Highlights include:
– 2 new Three-Star restaurants
– 3 new Two-Star restaurants
– 17 new One Star restaurants
– 16 new Bib Gourmand restaurants
– The Michelin Green Star for Sustainability makes its debut

Two restaurants awarded Three Michelin Stars

CORE by Clare Smyth and Hélène Darroze at The Connaught achieve Three Stars

Three new Two-Star restaurants

London also sees three new Two-Star restaurants:

Da Terra in Bethnal Green
Story in Southwark
A. Wong in Victoria which becomes the first Chinese restaurant in the UK to achieve Two Stars.

17 new One Star restaurants

There are 17 new One Star restaurants. With seven new one-star restaurants in London –

Muse in Belgravia
Behind in London Fields
Cornerstone in Hackney
Davies and Brook in Mayfair
Benares in Mayfair
Casa Fofo in Dalston
and Sola in Soho (Victor Garvey).

Ten new one-star restaurants outside the capital

Osip in Bruton
Grantley Hall in Yorkshire
Dede in Baltimore
Latymer in Bagshot
Hide and Fox in Saltwood
Call Bruich in Glasgow
Roots in York
Outlaw’s New Road, Port Isaac
Hjem in Wall
and Pea Porridge in Bury St Edmunds

The Michelin Green Star – 23 restaurants committed to sustainable gastronomy

This year’s Guide also sees the introduction of the new Michelin ‘Green Star’ distinction which highlights restaurants that are leaders in sustainability practices.

England

Angela’s, Margate
Belmond Le Manoir aux Quat’ Saisons, Great Milton, Oxfordshire
Black Swan, Oldstead, York
Coombeshead Farm, Lewannick, Launceston
Daylesford Organic Farm, Daylesford, Moreton-in-Marsh
Hypha, Chester
L’Enclume, Cartmel, Cumbria
New Yard, Trelowarren, Helston
Oxo Tower Brasserie, Southwark, London
Petersham Nurseries Café, Richmond, London
Restaurant Sat Bains, Nottingham
River Cottage Kitchen, Axminster
Silo, Hackney, London
The Dining Room – Whatley Manor, Malmesbury
The Ethicurean, Wrington, Bristol
The Small Holding, Kilndown, Kent
Tredwells, Strand and Covent Garden, London
Where the Light Gets In, Stockport

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Scotland

Inver, Strachur

Wales

Henry Robertson – Palé Hall, Llandderfel

Republic of Ireland

Inis Meáin Restaurant and Suites, Inishmaan, Aran Islands
Kai, Galway
Loam, Galway

New Bib Gourmand recipients

Fallow, Mayfair
Mo Diner, Mayfair, London
Paradise, Soho, London
Volta Do Mar, Strand and Covent Garden, London
Flor, Southwark, London
Legare, Southwark, London
Peckham Cellars, Peckham, London
Kentish Hare, Bidborough, Kent
Stag & Hounds, Burrough on the Hill, Leicester
The Square at Porthleven, Helston
The Royal, St Leonards on Sea, East Sussex
Noto, Edinburgh
Volpe Nera, Blackrock, Dublin
Goldie, Cork
Spitalfields, Dublin
Table Forty One, Co Wexford

This year, the Guide will be published in a digital format only website https://guide.michelin.com/gb/en and Republic of Ireland https://guide.michelin.com/ie/en and via the iOS app: https://apps.apple.com/gb/app/michelin-guide-worldwide/id1541129177

 

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