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Mon 25th Jan 2021 - Michelin awards new stars for 2021
Michelin awards new stars for 2021: There have been 22 new stars awarded in the 2021 Michelin Guide. Inspectors awarded two new three-Michelin star, three new two-Michelin stars and 17 new one-Michelin stars. This year’s stars were revealed live via a virtual online ceremony broadcast on YouTube and the guide is also a digital-only publication for the first time in its history. Hélène Darroze At The Connaught in Mayfair was awarded a third star. The judges said: “Following a two-month closure at the end of 2019, Hélène Darroze at The Connaught reopened with a more contemporary look, while also cleverly managing to retain its traditional elegance. The cooking, too, has moved on a level, with head chef Marco Zampese overseeing a passionate, highly skilled kitchen team.” Core by Clare Smyth in North Kensington, London, also received a third star. The judges said: “From the moment you arrive, Clare’s superb service team put you at ease with their warm welcome and natural pride – and they work seamlessly together to provide some of the smoothest, most attentive service around. The delivery from tray-to-table is particularly charming, and a relaxed, contented hum fills the room.” Three restaurants – all in the capital – were awarded two stars. A Wong in Victoria (Andrew Wong), Da Terras in Bethnal Green (Rafael Cagali and Paulo Airaudo) and Story in Bermondsey (Tom Sellers) received the accolade. There were seven new one-star restaurants in London – Muse in Belgravia (Tom Aikens), Behind in London Fields (Andy Benyon), Cornerstone in Hackney (Tom Brown), Davies and Brook in Mayfair (Daniel Humm), Benares in Mayfair (Sameer Taneja), Casa Fofo in Dalston (Adolfo De Cecco) and Sola in Soho (Victor Garvey). Meanwhile, there were ten new one-star restaurants outside the capital. They were Osip in Bruton (Merlin Labron-Johnson), Grantley Hall in Yorkshire (Shaun Rankin), Dede in Baltimore (Ahmet Dede), Latymer in Bagshot (Steven Smith), Hide and Fox in Saltwood (Allister Barsby), Call Bruich in Glasgow (Lorna McNee), Roots in York (Tommy Banks), Outlaw’s New Road, Port Isaac (Nathan Outlaw), Hjem in Wall (Ally Thompson and Alex Nietosvuori), and Pea Porridge in Bury St Edmunds (Justin Sharp). New green stars were awarded to restaurants showing a responsibility to the environment. There were 23 restaurants that received the accolade, including Tommy Banks’ the Black Swan in Oldstead, York. Other recipients in England were Angela's, Margate; Belmond Le Manoir aux Quat' Saisons, Great Milton; Coombeshead Farm, Lewannick; Daylesford Organic Farm, Daylesford; Hypha, Chester; L'Enclume, Cartmel; New Yard, Trelowarren; Oxo Tower Brasserie, Southwark, London; Petersham Nurseries Café, Richmond, London; Restaurant Sat Bains, Nottingham; River Cottage Kitchen, Axminster; Silo, Hackney, London; The Dining Room – Whatley Manor, Malmesbury; The Ethicurean, Wrington; The Small Holding, Kilndown; Tredwells, Strand and Covent Garden, London; and Where the Light Gets In, Stockport. The accolade also went to Inver, Strachur in Scotland while in Wales the Henry Robertson in Palé Hall, Llandderfel was also recognised. In Ireland, the Inis Meáin Restaurant and Suites, Inishmaan, Aran Islands; Kai, Galway; and Loam, Galway received green stars. Four special awards were also presented. The service award, aimed at recognising teamwork, went to Noble Holywood in Northern Ireland. The sommelier accolade was won by Karine Canevet, of Maison Bleue in Bury St Edmunds; the young chef award went to Kray Treadwell, of 670 grams in Birmingham; and the mentor chef award was picked up by Ross Lewis, of Chapter One in Dublin. There were also 16 new Bib Gourmand restaurants in the guide, and 126 in total. 


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