The Michelin Guide Great Britain & Ireland 2014 has been announced with a total of 17 new stars awarded. The biggest moves were for London restaurants Dinner by Heston Blumenthal and the Greenhouse, which were upgraded to two-star status.
It's apparent London still dominates the fine dining scene with a total of nine out of 15 new one-star establishments located in the city.
There were no new three-star restaurants added to the guide. Hopes are still high that perhaps Manchester will finally crack the list next year.
The Michelin Guide Great Britain & Ireland 2014 is available for purchase onAmazon for 15.99 pounds ($25.71).
Alain Ducasse at the Dorchester
Fat Duck, Bray
Gordon Ramsay, London
Waterside Inn, Bray
Andrew Fairlie at Gleneagles, Auchterarder
Le Champignon Sauvage, Cheltenham
Dining Room, Whatley Manor, Malmesbury
Dinner by Heston Blumenthal, London
Le Gavroche, London
Gidleigh Park, Chagford
The Greenhouse, London
Hand & Flowers, Marlow
Helene Darroze, London
Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons, Great Milton
Marcus Wareing at the Berkeley, London
Midsummer House, Cambridge
Michael Wignall at the Latymer, Bagshot
Patrick Guilbaud, Dublin
Restaurant Nathan Outlaw, Rock
Restaurant Sat Bains, Nottingham
The Square, London
One star (in London) Alyn Williams at the Westbury
Ametsa With Arzak Instruction
L’Atelier de Joel Robuchon
Galvin La Chapelle
Galvin at Windows
Hakkasan Hanway Place
Nobu Berkeley Street
One Leicester Street
Outlaw’s at the Capital
Pied a Terre
Pollen Street Social
Seven Park Place
Social Eating House
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