Michelin Guide Restaurants
in the UK
Michelin Star Restaurants - Some
Stars for fine cuisine only reflect
the cooking, the food on the plate,
judged on the quality of the ingredients,
their preparation, the combination
of flavours, imagination and above
all a consistent standard of all
these qualities throughout the
The Guide is a selection of good
establishments, not a critical
Please Note: The
official trademark is Guide
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L'Autre Pied - Marcus
Eaves - Head Chef
Marcus Eaves gained
his first Michelin star at just
27 years old - fourteen months
after opening the doors of L'Autre
Pied in London's Marylebone.
One time protégé of
Shane Osborn at sister restaurant
Pied-à-Terre, Eaves has
quickly become a star in his own
right as he now heads up one of
London's most exciting restaurants.
His talents have
been recognized not only in London,
but also on the world's stage where
he has represented UK gastronomy
at leading events. Some of these
events include the 2009 Melbourne
Food and Wine Fesitval, 2009's
Savour Tasmania in Hobart and 2009's
Indentita Golose in Milan where
he appeared as a speaker representing
the "Under 30" rising
stars of the UK.
The Fat Duck - High Street, Bray,
Berkshire, SL6 2AQ
Chef: Heston Blumenthal
The Fat Duck is well known for
Chef, Heston Blumenthal’s
adherence to the principals of
molecular gastronomy and has delivered
a wide selection of interesting
creations such as snail porridge
and sardine on toast sorbet. In
2005 Restaurant Magazine named
The Fat Duck as the best restaurant
in the world.
The Fat Duck, opened in 1995 and
was awarded its third Michelin
star in January 2004.
Restaurant Gordon Ramsay - 68-69,
Royal hospital Road, Chelsea, London,
Chef: Mark Askew
Restaurant Gordon Ramsay has the
hallmark of true excellence, having
been honoured with three Michelin
Stars. The Restaurant Gordon Ramsay
was opened in 1998 as Gordon Ramsay’s
first independently owned venture
on the former site of La Tante
Claire. The restaurant serves French
and Mediterranean cuisine.
The Waterside Inn, Ferry Road,
Bray, Berkshire SL6 2AT
Chef: Michel Roux
The Waterside Inn is situated
at the end of a picturesque road
in Bray, a 16th Century village
on the banks of the River Thames.
Our tranquil location is the perfect
setting for a world-class culinary
experience or a romantic weekend
away from the city. Since opening
its doors in September 1972 the
Waterside Inn gained its first
Michelin star in 1974 when the
guide first came out. In 1977 the
second star, and then in 1985 the
ultimate 3 stars which have been
retained to date.
The Capital Restaurant, The Capital
Hotel, 22 Basil Street, London
Chef: Eric Chavot
The Capital Restaurant
is legendary. Located in Basil
Street, in the
heart of Knightsbridge, it is currently
the only London restaurant situated
within a hotel to hold two coveted
Petrus - The Berkeley, Wilton Place,
Knightsbridge, London SW1X 7RL
Chef: Marcus Wareing
Another Gordon Ramsey
restaurant in London that is known
excellent cuisine. Pétrus
has been awarded two Michelin stars
and five AA Rosettes.
The Square, 6-10 Bruton Street,
Mayfair, West London, W1J 6PU
Chef: Philip Howard
This very friendly
and informal restaurant in Mayfair
is well known
for its excellent wine list which
includes approximately 1500 wines
and a team of 6 sommeliers.
Pied a Terre, 34 Charlotte Street,
London, W1T 2NH
Chef: Shane Osborn
This restaurant serves
French cuisine at its best.
2 stars, 3 knife and
Frosted glass front hints at
the understated, cool interior.
The kitchen offers an elaborate
and adventurous, yet refined
take on modern French cuisine.
Well chosen wine list"
LE CHAMPIGNON SAUVAGE RESTAURANT,
24-26, SUFFOLK ROAD, CHELTENHAM,
GLOS. GL50 2AQ
Chef: David Everitt-Matthias
Le Champignon Sauvage
is warmly decorated in sunny yellow
a display of bold modern works
of art, generous table sizes and
comfortable chairs. An excellent
restaurant without the pretension.
Everitt-Matthias and his wife
Helen have been running
the restaurant since 1987.
In that time they have been quietly
amassing a range of accolades
2 stars - Michelin Red Guide.
2 stars - Harden’s Guide.
4 AA rosettes.
Gidleigh Park, Chagford, Devon,
Chef: Michael Caines
Michael Caines MBE, Executive
Chef, and his team are renowned
for innovative, modern European
cuisine. The restaurant is considered
one of the finest in the country,
and holds 2 Michelin stars. There
are now three separate dining rooms:
Meldon is the traditional, elegant,
oak-panelled main dining room;
Teign is lighter and slightly more
informal room with Lloyd Loom furnishings;
and Nattadon is a more contemporary
room with partial banquette seating
and a wine wall.
Midsummer House, Midsummer Common,
Cambridge, CB4 1HA
Chef: Daniel Clifford
Located in the heart of Cambridge,
Midsummer House is set in a handsome
Victorian villa beside the River
Cam. Entertaining at Midsummer
is spread across two floors, which
can accommodate up to 64 diners.
2 Michelin Stars
Egon Ronay 2 Stars
AA Guide 4 Rosettes
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Michelin Guide (Le Guide Michelin)
is a series of annual guide books
published by Michelin for over
a dozen countries. The term refers
by default to the Michelin Red
Guide, the oldest and best-known
European hotel and restaurant guide,
which awards the Michelin stars.
Michelin also publishes Green Guides
for travel and tourism, as well
as several newer publications such
as the Guide Voyageur Pratique
(independent travel), Guide Gourmand
(good-value eating-places), Guide
Escapade (quick breaks) and Guide
Coup de Cœur (hotels of character).
Also see: http://www.michelin.co.uk/travel/mich.htm