A record 21 new one Michelin star accolades and three new two-star awards handed out at the launch of the 2019 Michelin Guide launch in BFI IMAX cinema in London.
While there were no new three-star presentations or new accolades for Scotland or Wales at the ceremony, there are now a total of 155 one Michelin star establishments, 20 two-star and five three-star across Great Britain and Ireland.
The big hotel restaurant winners included Mark Birchall’s Moor Hall in Lancashire, which took home two stars, and Chris Simpson’s Gidleigh Park hotel in Devon.
World-renowned chef Gordon Ramsay was on-hand to present the awards to a packed house of more than 400 of the country’s top chefs.
Full lists of 2019’s new stars
Core by Clare Smyth, Kensington, London
Mark Birchall’s Moor Hall, in Lancashire
James Knappett’s Kitchen Table at Bubbledogs in Camden, London
Tomos Parry’s Brat in Hackney, London
Jeremy Chan’s Ikoyi in Westminster, London
Nieves Barragan and José Etura’s Sabor in Westminster, London
Ollie Dabbous’ Hide in Mayfair, London
Sam Kamienko, Ed Thaw and Jack Lewens’ Leroy in Hackney, London
Simon Rogan’s Roganic in Westminster, London
Simon Rogan’s Rogan & Co in Cumbria
Chris Simpson’s Gidleigh Park in Devon
Steve Drake’s Sorrel in Dorking, Surrey
Tim Allen’s Flitch of Bacon in Essex
Chris Cleghorn’s Olive Tree in Bath
Colin McGurran’s Winteringham Fields in Lincolnshire
Paul Foster’s Salt in Stratford-Upon-Avon
Paul Welburn’s Oxford Kitchen in Oxfordshire
Daniel Smith’s Fordwich Arms in Canterbury
Tom Parker’s White Swan in Fence, Lancashire
Dom Robinson’s Blackbird in Newbury
George Livesey’s Bulrush in Bristol
Ahmet Dede’s Mews in Baltimore, County Cork
Takashi Miyazaki’s Ichigo Ichie in Cork
Rob Krawczyk’s Chestnut in Ballydehob, Cork