Restaurants in Gloucestershire retain their Michelin stars
FOUR restaurants in Gloucestershire have retained their Michelin stars, according to the guide released today.
The Michelin Guide Great Britain and Ireland 2014 has released the list of establishments which have been awarded stars.
Beside the four restaurants, three have been awarded the Bib Gourmands, which denotes good cuisine at a reasonable price in a variety of comfort categories.
The restaurants are:
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Two stars: Le Champignon Sauvage, Cheltenham
1. Lords of the Manor, Bourton-on-the-Water
2. 5 North St, Winchcombe
3. Butcher’s Arms, Eldersfield
1. New this year: The Tavern, Cheltenham
2. Horse and Groom, Moreton-in-Marsh
3. Gumstool Inn, Tetbury
4. Owens, Tewkesbury
Rebecca Burr, editor of the guide, said: “We have never produced a GB & Ireland guide that provides our readers with such diversity and variety.
“Fantastic B&Bs, wonderful pubs, stylish hotels, world class restaurants and great value eateries – we have them all in our guide.
“In the last year we’ve seen the rise of relaxed counter dining but also the opening of some big brasseries. Dining is becoming a less structured, less formal affair and opening times and menus are more flexible to reflect the way we live our lives. Single concept restaurants focusing on one or two dishes have also continued to open.
“The Michelin guide has always reflected what’s out there and London in particular has never offered so much choice – there really is something for everyone and for every occasion and there appears to be no end to the number of exciting new restaurant openings. With cuisines and culinary influences from all parts of the globe, it’s no surprise that the capital is one of the most exciting cities in the world for food.
“We’ve seen internationally acclaimed chefs open restaurants over here but we’re also delighted to witness the rise of the next generation of talented British chefs and the continued evolution of British cooking.”