When will the Michelin Guide UK 2019 be announced?

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Editor 7th September 2018

Find out here which restaurants and chefs gained Michelin stars in the Michelin Guide UK 2019 plus, which restaurants lost stars.

When was the Michelin Guide UK 2019 announced?

This year's live launch took place on Monday 1, October at the BFI IMAX cinema in Waterloo. 

Which restaurants received three stars in the Michelin Guide UK 2019?

There were no new three-star restaurants in the  Michelin Guide UK 2019. The Araki, Heston Blumenthal’s The Fat Duck, Alain Ducasse at The Dorchester, Gordan Ramsay in London and the Waterside Inn have all retained their three Michelin stars.

Which restaurants received two stars in the Michelin Guide UK 2019?

There were three new additions to the two-star club in this year’s guide which included Core by Clare Smyth, Moor Hall and Kitchen Table at BubbleDogs. With this accolade, these three restaurants join a long list of high-profile chefs and restaurants including Bibendum, The Raby Hunt, L’Enclume, Restaurant Sat Bains and Midsummer House.

Which restaurants received one star in the Michelin Guide UK 2019?

The Michelin Guide UK 2018 and Ireland also saw 21 new restaurants awarded a first Michelin star, including Brat, Sabor, Hide, Leroy, Roganic, Rogan & Co, Sorrel, Tim Allen's Flitch of Bacon, Olive Tree, Winteringham Fields, Salt, Oxford Kitchen, Fordwich Arms, Gidleigh Park, White Swan, Blackbird, Bulrush, Mews, Ichigo Ichie and Chestnut.

Where can I find a full list of winners and deletions in the Michelin Guide UK 2019?

The full Michelin Guide UK 2019 and Ireland list can be found here.

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The  Staff Canteen

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Editor 7th September 2018

When will the Michelin Guide UK 2019 be announced?