The Best Michelin-Starred Restaurants in the UK and Ireland

Written by on 25th May 2017
Category: City guides

It’s hard to imagine a restaurant scene without the Michelin guide rating system. What started as a simple initiative to boost tyre sales over a century ago has grown into a world famous set of guidebooks that we all know and recognise.

Where previously there were limited platforms in place for reviewing where to eat and drink, rigorous inspections from culinary experts are now the status quo, giving restaurants the impetus to climb in rank and attract an international following of foodies.

Without its introduction over a century ago, fine dining establishments might never have received the recognition they deserve on the scale we’re seeing now.

In the UK alone, it’s reported there are more than 150 Michelin-starred restaurants, ranging from cosy pubs to hotel dining rooms. But, what if we were to narrow that list down to, say, the top 20?

Let’s have a look, shall we?

21212 restaurant, EdingburghRestaurant 5 North Street, CheltenhamRestaurant Adam's, BirminghamRestaurant Alimentum, CambridgeRestaurant Alyn Williams at the Westbury, MayfairRestaurant Aniar, Galway, IrelandWhatley Manor Dining Room, Malmesbury, WiltshireThe Raby Hunt Restaurant, Darlington, County DurhamThe Ledbury, Notting Hill, LondonRestaurant Sat Bains, NottinghamRestaurant Patrick Guilbaud, Dublin, IrelandRestaurant Nathan Outlaw, Port Isaac, Cornwall Restaurant Midsommer House, CambridgeRestaurant Marcus, KnightsbridgeRestaurant Le Manoir aux Quat'Saisons, OxfordRestaurant Le Champignon Sauvage, CheltenhamRestaurant The Waterside Inn, BerkshireRestaurant The Fat Duck, BerkshireRestaurant Gordon Ramsay, Chelsea, LondonRestaurant Ducasse at the Dorchester, Mayfair, London

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