Michelin Guide 2016: Bib Gourmands

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The Staff Canteen

Editor 17th September 2015
With the release of the Michelin Guide 2016 comes the new Bib Gourmands, which recognise establishments offering good food at affordable prices (the limit being £28 for three courses, €40 in Ireland). There are 25 establishments that have been awarded Bib Gourmands from Michelin UK this year, seven of these in Ireland and five in London.

>>>See who the winners were in this year's Michelin Guide

Rebecca Burr, editor of the Michelin Guide, said: “Stars and Bib Gourmands are annual awards. Each year we seek out new candidates and reassess our existing award restaurants. Consistency is a key part of our selection process and it is important for our readers that the standard of cooking is maintained”

The new Bib Gourmands:

  • Brassica Grill, Stockport coach14
  • Bastion, Kinsale Ireland
  • The Seaview Hotel, Isle of Wight
  • The Anchor Riverside, Essex
  • Green Café, Shropshire
  • L’amorosa, London
  • Dehesa, London
  • Giovannelli, Killorglin Ireland
  • The Square, Porthleven Cornwall
  • The Dunsforth, North Yorkshire
  • The White Swan at Fence, Lancashire
  • Chadwicks Inn, Maltby Teeside
  • Café Hans, Cashel Ireland
  • No Man’s Grace, Bristol
  • Delahunt, Dublin
  • Pigeon House, Dublin
  • Blixen, Spitalfields London
  • Taberna do Mercado, Spitalfields London
  • Oli’s Thai, Oxford
  • The Coach, Marlow
  • 1826 Adare, Limerick Ireland
  • The Hundred, Ashendon Buckinghamshire
  • Shikumen, Shepherd’s Bush London
  • The Copper Hen, County Waterford Ireland
  • Swan, Chapel Down, Kent

The deletions this year are:

  • Sushi-Say, London
  • Bradley's, London
  • Medcalf, London
  • Del Mercato, London
  • Earl Spencer, London
  • Bocca di Lupo, London
  • Koya, London
  • Green Man & French Horn, London
  • Red Lion, Oxfordshire
  • Bay Horse, Darlington
  • hermitage rd, Hertfordshire
  • George & Dragon, Essex
  • Peat Spade Inn, Hampshire
  • Victoria Inn, Cornwall
  • Rickety Press, Oxfordshire
  • Age & Sons, Kent
  • El Gato Negro, West Yorkshire
  • Jim's Yard, Lincolnshire
  • Red Lion Inn, Leicestershire
  • Owens, Gloucestershire
  • Oregano, Newtownabbey
  • Coppi, Belfast
  • Deasy’s, Cork
  • Downstairs, Dublin
  • Brasserie at bon appétit, Fingal

>>>For the full list click here

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Editor 17th September 2015

Michelin Guide 2016: Bib Gourmands