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Wed 16th Feb 2022 - Michelin awards new stars for 2022
Michelin awards new stars for 2022: There have been 25 new stars awarded in the 2022 Michelin Guide. Inspectors awarded one new three-Michelin star, five new two-Michelin stars and 19 new one-Michelin stars. This year’s stars were revealed live via social media with the guide now being a digital-only publication. Simon Rogan’s L’Enclume in Cartmel was awarded a third star. The judges said: “Simon Rogan has never been a chef to stand still. What has elevated his flagship restaurant to achieving the ultimate award is his constant striving for improvement and his desire to enhance his guests’ experience with a little refinement here and a tweak there. The result is that L’Enclume has matured into a proud and highly accomplished restaurant. There is now quite an extraordinary level of finesse in every dish. Flavours linger long in the memory. The kitchen is practiced and focused. Techniques are clever and, combinations, inventive and original. But however clever the construction, nothing gets in the way of allowing the ingredients to shine. The young, professional service team work with obvious pride and have a clear understanding of what makes a great restaurant. The atmosphere is warm, welcoming and inclusive; there isn’t a hint of arrogance or complacency; and every guest leaves feeling that they have been treated to something truly special.” Five restaurants were awarded two stars. Two were in London – The Clove Club in Old Street (Isaac McHale) and Ikoyi (Jeremy Chan). In the Republic of Ireland, Liath in Blackrock (Damien Grey) and Chapter One just outside Dublin (Mickael Viljanen) received the accolade while Ynyshir in Eglwysfach in Wales (Gareth Ward) was also recognised. There were seven new one-star restaurants in London – Trivet in Southwark (Jonny Lake), Evelyn’s Table in Soho (Lucas, Nat and Theo Selby), Wild Honey St James’ (Anthony Demetre), Kol, Marylebone (Santiago Lastra), Frog by Adam Handling in Covent Garden (Adam Handling), Jamavar in Mayfair (Surender Mohan) and Sollip in Southwark (Woongchul Park and Bomee Ki). Meanwhile, there were six new one-star restaurants in England outside the capital. They were The Barn at Moor Hall in Aughton (Mark Birchall), Pine in East Wallhouses (Cal Byerley), Upstairs by Tom Shepherd in Lichfield (Tom Shepherd), Dog and Gun Inn in Skelton (Ben Queen-Fryer), Bridge Arms in Bridge (Daniel and Natasha Smith) and Meadowsweet Restaurant with Rooms in Holt (Greg Anderson). In Wales, there were two one-star additions to the guide – SY23 Restaurant in Aberystwyth (Nathan Davies) and Home in Penarth (James Sommerin). Scotland also had a pair of additions – The Glenturret Lalique in Crieff (Mark Donald) and Unalome in Glasgow (Graeme Cheevers). In Ireland, Bastible in Dublin (Barry Fitzgerald), Glovers Alley in Dublin (Andy McFadden) were awarded the accolade.


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