Michelin Guide Results 2019

Michelin Guide Results 2021: full list

Looking for the list of Michelin-starred UK restaurants in the 2021 Michelin Guide for Great Britain and Ireland? This page features every single restaurant included in the hallowed red book.

The fact that Michelin went ahead with their announcement for 2021 is a topic of controversy in itself. While receiving stars is always a fantastic boon for chefs and restaurants, there are questions about just how rigorous the testing could have been during a year when the vast proportion of hospitality has been closed. However, whatever you feel about Michelin, you can't deny it's one of the biggest events in the hospitality industry, and for all its critics it still means a huge amount to chefs and restaurants across the world.

The ceremony was virtual this year, without the usual glitzy reception where the UK and Ireland's best and brightest culinary talents come together under one roof.Things kicked off with a few special awards – Noble Holywood won the Service Award; Maison Bleue won the Sommelier Award; Kray Treadwell of 670 Grams won the Young Chef Award and Ross Lewis at Dublin's Chapter One won the Mentor Chef Award.

This year saw 22 restaurants awarded new star ratings, including 17 new one-star restaurants, 3 new two-star restaurants (A Wong, Da Terra and Restaurant Story) and 2 three stars (Core by Clare Smyth and Hélène Darroze at The Connaught).

The new one-star restaurants for 2021 were Muse (London), Osip (Somerset), Shaun Rankin at Grantley Hall (Yorkshire), Dede (Baltimore, Co. Cork, Ireland), The Latymer (Surrey), Hide and Fox (Kent), Behind (London), Roots (York), Cail Bruich (Glasgow), Hjem (Northumberland), Cornerstone (London), Davies and Brook (London), Outlaw's New Road (Cornwall), Benares (London), Casa Fofo (London), Pea Porridge (Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk), Thomas Carr 1873 (Devon) and Sola (London).

2020 was of course difficult for everyone (with 2021 showing no signs of easing up), but the hospitality industry has been hit the hardest during the pandemic. Countless restaurants have had to close for good – including those with Michelin stars. The Ledbury and The Greenhouse in London (both with two Michelin stars) shut up shop, while Restaurant Nathan Outlaw closed and reopened as Outlaw's New Road, a more casual, relaxed affair than the two-starred fish cookery it was known for, albeit with the same world-class produce at its disposal.

In the world of one-star restaurants, we had to say goodbye to Texture, Roganic, Mews, The Square, Wilks, Thomas Carr @ The Olive Room (although Thomas reopened and gained a star at Thomas Carr 1873), Braidwoods and Restaurant James Sommerin. Alyn Williams at The Westbury also closed at the end of 2019 after Alyn Williams himself was dismissed by the hotel management (for ridiculous reasons, we hasten to add!), and Josh Eggleton's The Pony & Trap has closed to relaunch itself as a community food hub.

Umu also went from two stars to one star, and The Black Rat in Winchester lost its star, along with Aquavit, Tim Allen's Flitch of Bacon, Social Eating House and Red Lion Freehouse.

Take a look at the full list of Michelin star UK restaurants for 2021 below.

Michelin Guide Results 2021

Looking for the list of Michelin-starred UK restaurants in the 2021 Michelin Guide for Great Britain and Ireland? This page features every single restaurant included in the hallowed red book.

The fact that Michelin went ahead with their announcement for 2021 is a topic of controversy in itself. While receiving stars is always a fantastic boon for chefs and restaurants, there are questions about just how rigorous the testing could have been during a year when the vast proportion of hospitality has been closed. However, whatever you feel about Michelin, you can't deny it's one of the biggest events in the hospitality industry, and for all its critics it still means a huge amount to chefs and restaurants across the world.

The ceremony was virtual this year, without the usual glitzy reception where the UK and Ireland's best and brightest culinary talents come together under one roof.Things kicked off with a few special awards – Noble Holywood won the Service Award; Maison Bleue won the Sommelier Award; Kray Treadwell of 670 Grams won the Young Chef Award and Ross Lewis at Dublin's Chapter One won the Mentor Chef Award.

This year saw 22 restaurants awarded new star ratings, including 17 new one-star restaurants, 3 new two-star restaurants (A Wong, Da Terra and Restaurant Story) and 2 three stars (Core by Clare Smyth and Hélène Darroze at The Connaught).

The new one-star restaurants for 2021 were Muse (London), Osip (Somerset), Shaun Rankin at Grantley Hall (Yorkshire), Dede (Baltimore, Co. Cork, Ireland), The Latymer (Surrey), Hide and Fox (Kent), Behind (London), Roots (York), Cail Bruich (Glasgow), Hjem (Northumberland), Cornerstone (London), Davies and Brook (London), Outlaw's New Road (Cornwall), Benares (London), Casa Fofo (London), Pea Porridge (Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk), Thomas Carr 1873 (Devon) and Sola (London).

2020 was of course difficult for everyone (with 2021 showing no signs of easing up), but the hospitality industry has been hit the hardest during the pandemic. Countless restaurants have had to close for good – including those with Michelin stars. The Ledbury and The Greenhouse in London (both with two Michelin stars) shut up shop, while Restaurant Nathan Outlaw closed and reopened as Outlaw's New Road, a more casual, relaxed affair than the two-starred fish cookery it was known for, albeit with the same world-class produce at its disposal.

In the world of one-star restaurants, we had to say goodbye to Texture, Roganic, Mews, The Square, Wilks, Thomas Carr @ The Olive Room (although Thomas reopened and gained a star at Thomas Carr 1873), Braidwoods and Restaurant James Sommerin. Alyn Williams at The Westbury also closed at the end of 2019 after Alyn Williams himself was dismissed by the hotel management (for ridiculous reasons, we hasten to add!), and Josh Eggleton's The Pony & Trap has closed to relaunch itself as a community food hub.

Umu also went from two stars to one star, and The Black Rat in Winchester lost its star, along with Aquavit, Tim Allen's Flitch of Bacon, Social Eating House and Red Lion Freehouse.

Take a look at the full list of Michelin star UK restaurants for 2021 below.

3 stars
Alain Ducasse at The Dorchester
Mayfair, London
Core by Clare Smyth
London,
NEW THREE STAR
Hélène Darroze at The Connaught
Mayfair, London
The Chef: Hélène Darroze
NEW THREE STAR
Restaurant Gordon Ramsay
Chelsea, London
Sketch (The Lecture Room & Library)
Mayfair, London
The Fat Duck
Bray, Berkshire
The Waterside Inn
Bray, Berkshire
2 stars
A Wong
Pimlico, London
The Chef: Andrew Wong
NEW TWO STAR
Aimsir
Kearneystown, Kildare
Andrew Fairlie at Gleneagles
Auchterarder, Perthshire
Bibendum
Chelsea, London
The Chef: Claude Bosi
Da Terra
London, London
NEW TWO STAR
Dinner by Heston
Knightsbridge, London
Greenhouse
Dublin, County Dublin
Kitchen Table at Bubbledogs
Fitzrovia, London
L’Enclume
Cartmel Nr Grange over Sands, Cumbria
The Chef: Simon Rogan
La Dame de Pic
London, London
Le Gavroche
Mayfair, London
The Chef: Michel Roux Jr
Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons
Great Milton, Oxfordshire
The Chef: Raymond Blanc
Midsummer House
Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
The Chef: Daniel Clifford
Moor Hall
Ormskirk, Lancashire
Restaurant Patrick Guilbaud
Dublin, Ireland
Restaurant Sat Bains with Rooms
Nottingham, Nottinghamshire
The Chef: Sat Bains
Restaurant Story
Southwark, London
NEW TWO STAR
The Dining Room at Whatley Manor
Malmesbury, Wiltshire
The Hand and Flowers
Marlow, Buckinghamshire
The Raby Hunt
Summerhouse, County Durham
1 star
Adam's
Birmingham,
The Chef: Adam Stokes
Alchemilla
Nottingham, East Midlands
The Chef: Alex Bond
Allium at Askham Hall
Askham, Cumbria
Amaya Belgravia
Belgravia, London
Angler
City of London, London
The Chef: Gary Foulkes
Aniar
Galway, County Galway
Artichoke
Amersham, Buckinghamshire
The Chef: Laurie Gear
Barrafina
Soho, London
The Chef: Angel Zapata Martin
Bastion
Kinsale, Cork
Beach House
Oxwich, Glamorganshire
Behind
London Fields, London
NEW ENTRY
Benares
Mayfair, London
NEW ENTRY
Bohemia
St Helier, Jersey
Brat
Hackney, London
Bulrush
Bristol, Greater Bristol
Cail Bruich
Glasgow,
NEW ENTRY
Campagne
Kilkenny, County Kilkenny
Carters of Moseley
Birmingham, West Midlands
Casa Fofō
Clapton, London
NEW ENTRY
Casamia
Bristol, Bristol
Céleste
Belgravia, London
Chapter One
Dublin, Ireland
Chestnut
Ballydehob, County Cork
Chez Bruce
Wandsworth, London
City Social
City of London, London
Club Gascon
Smithfield, London
The Chef: Pascal Aussignac
Condita
Edinburgh, Edinburgh
Cornerstone
Hackney Wick, London
The Chef: Tom Brown
NEW ENTRY
Coworth Park
Ascot, Berkshire
Davies and Brook
London,
NEW ENTRY
Deanes Eipic
Belfast, County Antrim
Dede
Baltimore, Co. Cork
NEW ENTRY
Elystan Street
Chelsea, London
The Chef: Phil Howard
Endo at the Rotunda
London, London
Five Fields
Chelsea, London
Forest Side
Grasmere, Cumbria
Galvin La Chapelle
Spitalfields, London
The Chef: Galvin brothers
Gravetye Manor
West Sussex,
The Chef: George Blogg
Gymkhana
Mayfair, London
Hakkasan Hanway Place
Fitzrovia, London
Hakkasan Mayfair
Mayfair, London
Hambleton Hall
Oakham, Rutland
The Chef: Aaron Patterson
Harwood Arms
Fulham, London
The Chef: Sally Abé
Hide
Piccadilly, London
The Chef: Ollie Dabbous
Hide and Fox
Hythe, Kent
NEW ENTRY
Hjem
Northumberland,
NEW ENTRY
House (at Cliff House Hotel)
Ardmore, Ireland
House Of Tides
Newcastle, Tyne and Wear
HRiSHi at Gilpin Hotel and Lake House
Windermere, Cumbria
Ichigo Ichie
Cork, County Cork
Ikoyi
St James's, London
The Chef: Jeremy Chan
Interlude
Lower Beedham, Sussex
Isle of Eriska
Oban, Scotland
John's House
Mountsorrel, Leicestershire
Kai
Mayfair, London
Kitchen W8
Kensington, London
The Chef: Phil Howard
La Trompette
Chiswick, London
Lady Helen at Mount Juliet Hotel
Thomastown, County Kilkenny
Le Champignon Sauvage
Cheltenham, Gloucestershire
The Chef: David Everitt-Matthias
L'Ecrivain
Dublin, Ireland
Leroy
Hackney, London
Liath
Blackrock , County Dublin
Loam
Galway, County Galway
Locanda Locatelli
Marylebone, London
Loch Bay
Stein, Isle of Skye
L'Ortolan
Reading, Berkshire
Lyle's
Shoreditch, London
Lympstone Manor
Lympstone, Devon
The Chef: Michael Caines
Mana
Manchester, Manchester
Mãos
London, London
Marcus
Knightsbridge, London
The Chef: Marcus Wareing
Morston Hall
Holt, Norfolk
The Chef: Galton Blackiston
Murano
Mayfair, London
Muse
Belgravia, London
The Chef: Tom Aikens
NEW ENTRY
Northcote
Langho, Blackburn
The Chef: Lisa Goodwin-Allen
Number One (at Balmoral Hotel)
Edinburgh, Midlothian
Nut Tree
Murcott, Oxfordshire
Old Stamp House
Ambleside, Cumbria
Olive Tree
Bath, Somerset
Opheem
Birmingham, West Midlands
Osip
Bruton, Somerset
The Chef: Merlin Labron-Johnson
NEW ENTRY
Outlaw's Fish Kitchen
Port Isaac, Cornwall
The Chef: Nathan Outlaw
Outlaw's New Road
Port Isaac, Cornwall
The Chef: Nathan Outlaw
NEW ENTRY
Ox Belfast
Belfast, County Antrim
Paco Tapas
Bristol, Bristol
Paul Ainsworth at Number 6
Padstow, Cornwall
The Chef: Paul Ainsworth
Pea Porridge
Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk
NEW ENTRY
Peel's at Hampton Manor
Solihull, Birmingham
Pensons
Tenbury Wells, Worcestershire
Pétrus
Belgravia, London
Pied à Terre
Bloomsbury, London
Pollen Street Social
Mayfair, London
Portland
Fitzrovia, London
Purnell's
Birmingham, West Midlands
Quilon
Victoria, London
Restaurant Fraiche
Birkenhead, Merseyside
Restaurant Hywel Jones by Lucknam Park
Chippenham, Wiltshire
Restaurant Martin Wishart
Leith, Edinburgh
The Chef: Martin Wishart
Restaurant Tristan
Horsham, West Sussex
Ritz Restaurant
St James's, London
River Café
Hammersmith, London
Rogan & Co
Cartmel, Cumbria
The Chef: Simon Rogan
Roots
York, Yorkshire
The Chef: Tommy Banks
NEW ENTRY
Sabor
Mayfair, London
Salt
Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire
The Chef: Paul Foster
Seven Park Place
Mayfair, London
The Chef: William Drabble
Shaun Rankin at Grantley Hall
Ripon, Yorkshire
The Chef: Shaun Rankin
NEW ENTRY
Simon Radley at The Chester Grosvenor
Chester, Cheshire
Simpsons
Edgbaston, Birmingham
The Chef: Luke Tipping
Sola
Soho, London
NEW ENTRY
Sorrel
Dorking, Surrey
The Chef: Steve Drake
Sosban and The Old Butchers
Anglesey, Wales
St. John
Clerkenwell, London
The Chef: Fergus Henderson
Stark
Broadstairs, Kent
The Angel at Hetton
Hetton, Yorkshire
The Black Swan at Oldstead
Oldstead, North Yorkshire
The Chef: Tommy Banks
The Blackbird
Newbury, Berkshire
The Bybrook at The Manor
Chippenham, Wiltshire
The Cellar
Anstruther, Fife
The Clock House
Ripley, Surrey
The Clove Club
Shoreditch, London
The Coach
Marlow, Buckinghamshire
The Cottage in the Wood
Braithwaite, Cumbria
The Cross at Kenilworth
Kenilworth, Warwickshire
The Chef: Adam Bennett
The Crown
Maidenhead, Berkshire
The Dysart Petersham
Richmond, London
The Elephant
Torquay, Devon
The Chef: Simon Hulstone
The Fordwich Arms
Canterbury, Kent
The Glasshouse
Kew, London
The Goring
Belgravia, London
The Hind's Head
Bray, Berkshire
The Chef: Pete Gray
The Kitchin
Edinburgh, Lothian
The Chef: Tom Kitchin
The Latymer
Bagshot, Surrey
The Chef: Steve Smith
NEW ENTRY
The Man Behind The Curtain
Leeds, West Yorkshire
The Masons Arms
Knowstone, Devon
The Chef: Mark Dodson
The Muddlers Club
Belfast, Northern Ireland
The Neptune
Hunstanton, Norfolk
The Chef: Kevin Mangeolles
The Ninth
Fitzrovia, London
The Chef: Jun Tanaka
The Oak Room
Adare, Limerick
The Peat Inn
St Andrews, Scotland
The Chef: Geoffrey Smeddle
The Pipe and Glass Inn
Beverley, Yorkshire
The Chef: James Mackenzie
The Royal Oak
Whatcote, Warwickshire
The Sportsman
Whitstable, Kent
The Star Inn
York, North Yorkshire
The Tudor Room at Great Fosters
Egham, Surrey
The Walnut Tree Inn
Abergavenny, Monmouthshire
The Chef: Shaun Hill
The Whitebrook
Monmouthshire, Wales
The Chef: Chris Harrod
The Woodspeen
Newbury, Berkshire
Thomas Carr 1873
Ilfracombe, Devon
NEW ENTRY
Trinity
Clapham, London
The Chef: Adam Byatt
Trishna
Marylebone, London
Umu
London,
DOWN FROM TWO
Variety Jones
Dublin, Dublin
Veeraswamy
Regent Street, London
White Swan
Fence, Lancashire
Wild Honey Inn
Lisdoonvarna, County Clare
Winteringham Fields
Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire
The Chef: Colin McGurran
Ynyshir
Machynlleth, Powys
The Chef: Gareth Ward

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