Michelin Guide UK 2017: Social Media Reactions

The  Staff Canteen

The Staff Canteen

Editor 4th October 2016

Yesterday saw the Michelin Guide UK announced live for the first time in its history.

Now the dust has settled we take a look at some of our favourite reactions from the world of social media!

Jonny Lake was thrilled that The Fat Duck regained their Three Star title! 

Jonny Lake - The Fat Duck - Heston Blumenthal - 3 Michelin Stars - Guide 2017

And James Close  from Raby Hunt in Durham put up this rather inspirational tweet...

The Raby Hunt - James Close - Michelin Guide 2017 - Two Stars

The Ritz team were celebrating their shiny new Star!

The Ritz London - Michelin star restaurant - Guide 2017

The Welsh one star club - with new additions Restaurant James Sommerin and Sosban & The Old Butchers!

Wales restaurants - Michelin Stars - Guide 2017

Andrew Fairlie woke up to an unfamiliar face! ( We guess that's what happens when you've retained two stars!)

Andrew Fairlie - Gleneagles - Scotland - retaining Two Michelin Stars - Guide 2017

A sweet tweet from Gilpin Hotel and a very happy looking Hrishikesh Desai!

Gilpin Hotel - One Michelin star - Guide 2017

And it's a first Star for Céleste at The Lanesborough...

The Lanesborough - Michelin star - guide 2017

A rather cutting comment from this Brummie journalist... 

Richard McComb - journalist -Birmingham - tweet Michelin Guide 2017

While Channel 4 News producer Rob Windscheffel reminds us that there's some Manchester restaurants who may have missed out...

Rob Windscheffel - Channel 4 News - journalist - tweet - Michelin Guide 2017


And Phil Fanning (Paris House) replies to a hopeful fan after they sadly lose their Star this year...

Paris House - lost a Michelin star - Guide 2017 - tweet

>>> See the full list for the Michelin Guide UK 2017 here

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The  Staff Canteen

The Staff Canteen

Editor 4th October 2016

Michelin Guide UK 2017: Social Media Reactions