Forge in Middleton Tyas and The Whitebrook in Whitebrook were also awarded a Green Star at the Michelin star revelation ceremony, which took place this evening (5 February) at The Midland Hotel in Manchester, as was Welsh restaurants Annwn in Narberth and Exmoor Forest Inn in Simonsbath.
Introduced in 2021, the Michelin Green Star highlights restaurants at the forefront of the industry when it comes to their sustainable practices.
According to Michelin, these restaurants 'offer dining experiences that combine culinary excellence with outstanding ecofriendly commitments – and are a source of inspiration both for keen foodies and the hospitality industry as a whole'.
A total of 33 restaurants are now recognised with Green Stars in the Michelin Guide for Great Britain & Ireland.
Elsewhere, Brett Graham’s iconic Notting Hill restaurant The Ledbury has been awarded three stars in the Michelin Guide Great Britain & Ireland 2024.
The restaurant, which re-entered the Guide last year with two stars following its post-pandemic relaunch in 2022, becomes the ninth three Michelin star restaurant in Great Britain & Ireland.
A further six new two Michelin star restaurants were announced at this year’s star revelation ceremony, with The Peninsula London’s rooftop restaurant Brooklands, led by chef director Claude Bosi, entering the Guide with two stars having only opened back in October.
Alongside them, 18 restaurants have been newly awarded one Michelin star.