AA rosette pubs: North Yorks pub gets coveted four rosette rating

By Daniel Woolfson

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North Yorkshire pub restaurant awarded four AA rosettes

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A North Yorkshire pub has been awarded a coveted four-rosette rating for culinary excellence by the AA.

The Black Swan, Oldstead, which also has one Michelin star, was given the rosettes alongside restaurants the Five Fields, London and well-known chef Aiden Byrne’s Manchester House, Manchester.

Simon Numphod, head of AA hotel services, said: “The restaurants receiving the multi rosette awards should be duly proud of their achievements. The four rosettes restaurants can now classify themselves as among the top restaurants in the country where cooking demands national recognition.”

The Hare Inn, Scawton, was awarded three rosettes for culinary excellence as well as a range of other restaurants across the country.

Numphod added: “Those with three rosettes are outstanding restaurants in the country that demand recognition well beyond their local area, offering sympathetic treatment of the highest quality ingredients with consistent timing, seasoning and judgement of flavour.”

Roughly 10% of pubs and restaurants listed in the AA guide currently hold three rosettes. 

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