Michelin Guide UK 2024: The full list- 3 stars; 2 stars; 1 stars and Green stars

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The Michelin Guide has unveiled the full list of Michelin Stars and Green Stars in the Guide for Great Britain and Ireland 2024

After unveiling its special awards, and Bib Gourmands last month, The Michelin Guide for Great Britain and irelans has announced the Michelin stars and Green stars for 2024.

New Three Michelin stars

Brett Graham, The Ledbury, London

Retained THREe STARS

New Two Michelin stars

Brooklands, London

Gymkhana, London

Opheem, Birmingham

Trivet, London

The Glenturret Lalique, Crieff

Terre, Castlemartyr

Retained two stars


1890 by Gordon Ramsay, London

Akoko, London

Aulis, London

Cedar Tree by Hrishikesh Desai, Brampton

Chishuru, London

Crocadon, St Mellion

Dorian, London

Humble Chicken, London

Humo, London

Lake Road Kitchen, Ambleside

Mountain, London

mýse, Hovingham

Ormer Mayfair, London

Pavyllon London, London

Sushi Kanesaka, London

D’Olier Street, Dublin

Homestead Cottage, Dublin

The Bishop’s Buttery, Cashel

Retained One Stars





Northern Ireland

Republic of Ireland


ANNWN, Narberth

Exmoor Forest Inn, Simonsbath

Forge, Middleton Tyas

Interlude, Lower Beeding

St. Barts, London

The Whitebrook, Whitebrook


Coombeshead Farm - Lewannick

Moor Hall - Aughton

Tillingham - Peasmarsh

Oak - Bath

Henry Robertson - Llandderfel

Terroir Tapas - Bournemouth

Where The Light Gets In - Stockport

Angela's - Margate

CULTURE - Falmouth

Petersham Nurseries Café - London

The Dining Room - Malmesbury

Daylesford Organic Farm - Daylesford

Pine - East Wallhouses

L'Enclume - Cartmel

Wilsons - Bristol

Inver - Strachur

Marle - Heckfield

Black Swan - Oldstead

The Small Holding - Kilndown

Apricity - London

Restaurant Sat Bains - Nottingham

Le Manoir aux Quat' Saisons, a Belmond Hotel - Great Milton

Crocadon - St Mellion

Silo - London

CHAPTERS - Hay-on-Wye

Osip - Bruton

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Michelin Guide UK 2024: The full list- 3 stars; 2 stars; 1 stars and Green stars