Do YOU live near a Michelin Star restaurant? 2023 results announced

Do YOU live near a Michelin Star restaurant? Read the full list here as the 2023 results are announced

  • Michelin Guide 2023 results announced last night for Great Britain and Ireland
  • More than 20 new restaurants have places and have attained Michelin Stars

Britain’s best restaurants listed in the Michelin Guide 2023 were announced last night as part of a ceremony.

The guide is the ultimate culinary award for any restaurant wanting to prove they serve some of the best dishes not just in the country, but the world.

A Michelin Star is a sign of quality and a eateries can be awarded zero to three stars based on five areas: quality of ingredients, mastery of flavour and cooking techniques, the personality of the chef in the cuisine, value for money and consistency of food.

The quality of service and the restaurants decoration are not part of the equation when stars are awarded, but these are shown by the number of ‘covers’ a restaurant is given, shown by the fork and spoon symbol.

Last night, Michelin Stars were awarded at the MICHELIN Guide Ceremony Great Britain & Ireland Guide 2023.

Heston Blumenthal’s eatery, The Fat Duck (pictured), was awarded Three Michelin Stars

Ben Wilkinson at The Pass (pictured) in Horsham was newly awarded one Michelin Star

Alex Dilling at Hotel Café Royal in London is a new entry to the two Michelin Stars list

A dish at Alex Dilling at Hotel Café Royal, which was newly awarded two stars

A total of 23 new restaurants received new awards this year, with 20 restaurants firstly being awarded one Michelin Star, and three new restaurants being awarded two.

Four restaurants were also awarded a Green Star, an award for sustainable practices.

A total of eight restaurants have three Michelin Stars, and give of them are based in London. These include: Alain Ducasse at The Dorchester and Restaurant Gordon Ramsay.

Heston Blumenthal’s innovative and modern eatery, The Fat Duck which is in Bray, was also awarded Three Stars.

And last week, 20 new restaurants across the UK were awarded a Michelin Bib Gourmand, which highlights great quality at great value. The award is named after Bibendum – the official name of the Michelin Man.

If you want to find out if you live near one of the most prestigious restaurants in the country, we have put together a list below. New entrants to the list have been marked as ‘New’.

Three Michelin Star Restaurants 2023

  • Alain Ducasse at The Dorchester, London
  • CORE by Clare Smyth, London
  • Fat Duck, Bray
  • Hélène Darroze at The Connaught, London
  • L’Enclume, Cartmel
  • Restaurant Gordon Ramsay, London
  • Sketch (The Lecture Room & Library), London
  • Waterside Inn, Bray

Restaurant dede (pictured) in Baltimore has newly been awarded two Michelin Stars

A dish from dede, which has received two Michelin Stars in the 2023 awards

The Ledbury (pictured) in London, was newly awarded two Michelin Stars

Two Michelin Star Restaurants 2023

  • A.Wong, London 
  • Aimsir, Celbridge
  • Alex Dilling at Hotel Café Royal, London – New
  • Andrew Fairlie at Gleneagles, Auchterarder
  • Chapter One by Mickael Viljanen, Dublin
  • Claude Bosi at Bibendum, London
  • Da Terra, London
  • dede, Baltimore – New
  • Dinner by Heston Blumenthal, London
  • Hand and Flowers, Marlow
  • Ikoyi, London
  • Kitchen Table, London
  • La Dame de Pic London, London
  • Le Gavroche, London
  • Le Manoir aux Quat’ Saisons, a Belmond Hotel, Great Milton
  • Liath, Blackrock
  • Midsummer House, Cambridge
  • Moor Hall, Aughton
  • Patrick Guilbaud, Dublin
  • Raby Hunt, Summerhouse
  • Restaurant Sat Bains, Nottingham
  • Story, London
  • The Clove Club, London
  • The Ledbury, London – New
  • Ynyshir, Machynlleth

Àclèaf in Plymouth is a new addition to the list of restaurants with one Michelin Star

Restaurant heft (pictured), in Newton in Cartmel, which recently was awarded one star

Restaurant Twenty-Two (pictured), in Cambridge has newly been awarded one Michelin Star

One Michelin Star Restaurants 202

  • Àclèaf, Plymouth – New
  • Adam’s, Birmingham
  • alchemilla, Nottingham
  • Allium at Askham Hall, Askham
  • Aniar, Galway
  • Amaya, London
  • Angler, London
  • Artichoke, Amersham
  • Barrafina, London
  • Bastible, Dublin
  • Bastion, Kinsale
  • Beach House, Oxwich
  • Behind, London
  • Ben Wilkinson at The Pass, Horsham – New
  • Benares, London
  • Black Swan, Oldstead
  • Bohemia, Saint Helier
  • Brat, London
  • Bridge Arms, Bridge
  • Bulrush, Bristol
  • Bybrook, Castle Combe
  • Cail Bruich, Glasgow
  • Campagne, Kilkenny
  • Carters of Moseley, Birmingham
  • Casa Fofō, London
  • Chestnut, Ballydehob
  • Chez Bruce, London
  • City Social, London
  • Clock House, Ripley
  • Club Gascon, London
  • Condita, Edinburgh
  • Cornerstone, London
  • Cottage in the Wood, Braithwaite
  • Cycene, London – New
  • Dining Room at The Goring, London
  • Dog and Gun Inn, Skelton
  • Dysart Petersham, London
  • Eipic, Belfast
  • Elephant, Torquay
  • Elystan Street, London
  • Endo at The Rotunda, London
  • Evelyn’s Table, London
  • Five Fields, London
  • Fordwich Arms, Fordwich
  • Forest Side, Grasmere
  • Fraiche, Birkenhead
  • Frog by Adam Handling, London
  • Galvin La Chapelle, London
  • Gidleigh Park, Chagford – New
  • Glovers Alley, Dublin
  • Grace & Savour, Hampton in Arden – New
  • Gravetye Manor, East Grinstead
  • Gymkhana, London
  • Hakkasan Hanway Place, London
  • Hakkasan Mayfair, London
  • Hambleton Hall, Hambleton
  • Harwood Arms, London
  • heft, Newton in Cartmel – New
  • Heron, Leith – New
  • HIDE, London
  • hide and fox, Saltwood
  • Hinds Head, Bray
  • Hjem, Wall
  • Home, Penarth
  • House, Ardmore
  • House of Tides, Newcastle upon Tyne
  • Ichigo Ichie, Cork
  • Interlude, Lower Beeding
  • Jamavar, London
  • John’s House, Mountsorrel
  • Kai, London
  • Kitchen W8, London
  • Kol, London
  • La Trompette, London
  • Lady Helen, Thomastown
  • Latymer, Bagshot
  • Le Champignon Sauvage, Cheltenham
  • Leroy, London
  • Locanda Locatelli, London
  • Loch Bay, Isle of Skye
  • Luca, London – New
  • Lumière, Cheltenham – New
  • Lyle’s, London
  • Lympstone Manor, Lympstone
  • mana, Manchester
  • Marcus, London
  • Martin Wishart, Leith
  • Masons Arms, Knowstone
  • Meadowsweet, Holt
  • Morston Hall, Morston
  • Murano, London
  • Muse, London
  • Northcote, Langho
  • Nut Tree Inn, Murcott
  • Old Stamp House, Ambleside
  • Olive Tree, Bath
  • Opheem, Birmingham
  • Osip, Bruton
  • Outlaw’s Fish Kitchen, Port Isaac
  • Outlaw’s New Road, Port Isaac
  • OX, Belfast
  • Paco Tapas, Bristol
  • Paul Ainsworth at No.6, Padstow
  • Pea Porridge, Bury St Edmunds
  • Pensons, Tenbury Wells
  • Pentonbridge Inn, Penton – New
  • Pétrus by Gordon Ramsay, London
  • Pied à Terre, London
  • Pine, East Wallhouses
  • Pipe and Glass, South Dalton
  • Pollen Street Social, London
  • Portland, London
  • Purnell’s, Birmingham
  • Quilon, London
  • Restaurant Hywel Jones by Lucknam Park, Colerne
  • Restaurant Twenty-Two, Cambridge – New
  • Ritz Restaurant, London
  • River Café, London
  • Rogan & Co, Cartmel
  • Roots, York
  • Sabor, London
  • Salt, Stratford-upon-Avon
  • Shaun Rankin at Grantley Hall, Ripon
  • Simpsons, Birmingham
  • SO|LA, London
  • Sollip, London
  • Sō–Lō, Aughton – New
  • SOLSTICE BY KENNY ATKINSON, Newcastle upon Tyne – New
  • Sorrel, Dorking
  • Sosban & The Old Butchers, Menai Bridge
  • SOURCE, Bowness-on-Windermere
  • St. Barts, London – New
  • St. JOHN, London
  • Star Inn at Harome, Harome
  • Stark, Broadstairs
  • Store, Stoke Holy Cross – New
  • SY23, Aberystwyth
  • Taku, London – New
  • Terre, Castlemartyr – New
  • The Angel, Hetton
  • The Barn, Aughton
  • The Cellar, Anstruther
  • The Coach, Marlow
  • The Cross, Kenilworth
  • The Dining Room, Malmesbury
  • The Glenturret Lalique, Crieff
  • The Kitchin, Leith
  • The Man Behind The Curtain, Leeds
  • The Muddlers Club, Belfast
  • The Neptune, Hunstanton
  • The Ninth, London
  • The Oak Room, Adare
  • The Peat Inn, Peat Inn
  • The Royal Oak, Whatcote
  • The Samling, Ambleside – New
  • The Sportsman, Seasalter
  • The Tudor Pass, Egham – New
  • The Whitebrook, Whitebrook
  • Timberyard, Edinburgh – New
  • Trinity, London
  • Trishna, London
  • Trivet, London
  • Umu, London
  • Unalome by Graeme Cheevers, Glasgow
  • Upstairs by Tom Shepherd, Lichfield
  • Variety Jones, Dublin
  • Veeraswamy, London
  • Walnut Tree, Llanddewi Skirrid
  • White Swan, Fence
  • Wild Honey Inn, Lisdoonvarna
  • Wild Honey St James, London
  • Winteringham Fields, Winteringham
  • Woven by Adam Smith, Ascot

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