Find out which restaurants gained and lost Michelin stars in 2022

Here’s a complete list of all the new Michelin stars, from who gained them right through to who lost them from the 2022 Michelin Guide.

 

The hospitality industry may have suffered throughout 2020 and 2021, but there is much to celebrate in restaurants across the country. Recognition in the form of Michelin stars continues to help elevate the very best of the best as well as shine a spotlight on those must-visit restaurants that offer up the best dining experience available.

NEW THREE MICHELIN STAR RESTAURANTS 

L’Enclume, Cartmel, England

NEW TWO MICHELIN STAR RESTAURANTS 

Ikoyi, St James’s, London

The Clove Club, Shoreditch, London

Liath, Dublin, Ireland

Chapter One by Mickael Viljanen, Dublin, Ireland

Ynyshir, Powys, Wales

NEW ONE MICHELIN STAR RESTAURANTS 

Trivet, Southwark, London

Evelyn’s Table, Soho, London

Wild Honey St James, St James’s, London

The Frog by Adam Handling, Covent Garden, London

Kol, Marylebone, London

Sollip, Southwark, London

Jamavar, Mayfair, London

The Barn at Moor Hall, Lancashire, England

Meadowsweet, Norfolk, England 

The Bridge Arms, Kent, England 

Upstairs by Tom Shepherd, Lichfield, England

The Dog and Gun Inn, Cumbria, England

Pine, Northumberland, England

Unalome by Graeme Cheevers, Glasgow, Scotland 

Glenturret Lalique, Crieff, Scotland

Bastible, Dublin, Ireland 

Glovers Alley by Andy McFadden, Dublin, Ireland

SY23 Restaurant, Aberystwyth, Wales

Home, Cardiff, Wales

NEW MICHELIN GREEN STAR AWARD RESTAURANTS 

The Michelin Green Star award, introduced last year, is given to restaurants with an inspiring sustainability ethos, with the inspectors “looking for those at the top of their game when it comes to their sustainable practises”. Those garnering this accolade are as follows:

Marle, Hampshire, England

Moor Hall, Lancashire, England 

Oak, Bath, England

Pensons, Tenbury Wells, England  

Pine, Northumberland, England

Terroir Tapas, Bournemouth, England 

Tillingham, East Sussex, England

Wilsons, Bristol, England

Chapters, Hay-on-Wye, Wales

NEW RESTAURANTS AWARDED A MICHELIN BIB GOURMAND  

Brutto, Clerkenwell, London

Humble Chicken, Soho, London

Imad’s Syrian Kitchen, Soho, London

Manteca, Shoreditch, London

Pahli Hill, Regent’s Park and Marylebone, London

Andria, Devon, England

Burnt Orange, Brighton, England

The Hollist Arms, Lodsworth, England

Kintsu, Colchester, England 

Sargasso, Margate, England

Sculthorpe Mill, Sculthorpe, England

Celentano’s, Glasgow, Scotland 

Ka Pao, Glasgow, Scotland

Cush, Ballycotton, Ireland 

Éan, Galway, Ireland

Everett’s, Waterford, Ireland

WHO LOST MICHELIN STARS 

Four restaurants lost their stars, but only one was in London. One also had its two stars reduced to one.

Céleste, The Lanesborough Hotel, London

L’Ortolan, Shinfield, Berkshire

Isle of Eriska, Eriska, Scottish Isle

Number One, The Balmoral Hotel, Edinburgh, Scotland

The Dining Room, Whatley Manor, Cotswolds (two stars were reduced to one star)

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