The michelin guide to great BRITAIN and ireland 2023 has announced which restaurants have gained, retained or lost their stars
The Michelin Guide to Great Britain and Ireland 2023 has announced which restaurants earned, kept, or lost their prestigious star ratings.
In 2023, the list added no new restaurants to its three-star ranks, keeping the total number of three-starred restaurants in Great Britain and Ireland at just eight.
20 restaurants received their first star – including Newcastle’s Solstice by Kenny Atkinson which he set up with his wife Abbie.
An ecstatic Kenny, who also owns Newcastle’s House of Tides, which retained its Michelin star said: “I’m very happy, overwhelmed for the team, they’ve worked so hard this year.” It is the first time Newcastle has had two one-Michelin-starred restaurants by the same owners on the same stretch of the Quayside.
A total of 14 restaurants in the North East, North Yorkshire and Cumbria gained or retained their Michelin star – the most prestigious award in the hospitality industry. The coveted Michelin Guide recognises the best places to eat in Great Britain and Ireland.
All the North East, Cumbria and North Yorkshire restaurants in the Michelin Guide 2023
• L’Enclume, Cartmel
• Black Swan, Oldstead
• Forest Side, Grasmere
• heft, Newton in Cartmel
• House of Tides, Newcastle upon Tyne
• Old Stamp House, Ambleside
• Rogan & Co, Cartmel
• Roots, York
• Shaun Rankin at Grantley Hall, Ripon
• SOLSTICE BY KENNY ATKINSON, Newcastle upon Tyne
• SOURCE, Bowness-on-Windermere
• Star Inn at Harome, Harome
• The Samling, Ambleside
• Pine, East Wallhouses
For a full list of Michelin Stars in the MICHELIN Guide Great Britain & Ireland 2023, visit: guide.michelin.com