No new Michelin Star pubs in 2024 Guide

By Amelie Maurice-Jones

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No new pubs get Michelin star in Michelin Guide 2024

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There were no new Michelin stars awarded to pubs in the latest guide.

Britain’s best restaurants listed in the Michelin Guide 2023 were announced yesterday (5 February).

This year’s Michelin Guide Ceremony for Great Britain & Ireland took place at the Midland Hotel in Manchester.

This year, a new three star restaurant was unveiled as well as six new two stars, with 18 restaurants awarded one Michelin star.

Five pubs were awarded Bib Gourmands in the guide. These were the Bull in Charlbury, the Cotswolds, the Loch & Tyne, Old Windsor, Berkshire, the Clifton, Bristol, the Reindeer, Hoveringham, Nottinghamshire, and the Three Horseshoes, Fordham, Cambridgeshire.

The Bull is a 16th​ century venue run by the team from London’s restaurant the Pelican. It’s celebrated by The Michelin Guide as a “hugely characterful place”. Dishes have an “understated simplicity, but not at the expense of flavour,” the Guide adds.

The Loch & The Tyne is part of Adam Handling’s portfolio and offers re-worked, traditionally based dishes that represent good value.

It was also named the ‘Best Pub for Food’ at the 2023 Great British Pub Awards.

The Clifton serves “rustic, generous dishes,” according to The Michelin Guide, including some cooked over an open fire, and the Reindeer offers pub favourites like fish & chips and venison pie.

At the Three Horseshoes, dishes are “carefully prepared and attractively presented,” the Guide adds.

New Michelin Star recipients for 2024 in full:

Three star

The Ledbury, Notting Hill, west London

Two star

Brooklands, London, Belgravia, central London

Gymkhana, Mayfair, central London

Opheem, Birmingham, West Midlands

Terre, Castlemartyr, County Cork

Trivet, Snowsfields, central London

The Glenturret Lalique, Crieff, Scotland

One star

1890 by Gordon Ramsay, Strand, central London

Akoko, Fitzrovia, London

Aulis, Soho, central London

Cedar Tree by Hrishikesh Desai, Brampton, Cumbria

Chishuru, London, Fitzrovia, central London

Crocadon, St Mellion, Cornwall

D’Olier Street, Dublin, Ireland

Dorian, Notting Hill, west London

Homestead Cottage, Doolin, Ireland

Humble Chicken, Soho, central London

Humo, Mayfair, central London

Lake Road Kitchen, Ambleside, Lake District

Mountain, Soho, central London

mýse, Hovingham, North Yorkshire

Ormer, Mayfair, central London

Pavyllon London, Mayfair, central London

Sushi Kanesaka, Mayfair, London

The Bishop’s Buttery, Cashel, Ireland

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