Dining Out 2 minutes 24 November 2022

November 2022: The Michelin Inspectors' Favourite New Restaurants

From Belfast to Bristol, discover the latest restaurants added to the MICHELIN Guide Great Britain & Ireland

Announcement Great Britain & Ireland Live Additions

For November, we are pleased to share fifteen new additions to the Guide, ahead of the annual launch ceremony when the Michelin Stars, Bib Gourmands and Green Stars will be unveiled.

These newly added restaurants appear on both our website and the iOS and Android apps and are highlighted with a ‘New’ symbol for easy identification.

Black & Green, Barnt Green
Black & Green, Barnt Green

England


Black & Green, Barnt Green

Andrew Sheridan, of Birmingham’s ‘About 8’, is the main man behind the stove at this buzzy, friendly spot, which is like a neighbourhood version of the aforementioned counter restaurant at the ICC. Luxury ingredients abound on the imaginative set menu, and the chefs are happy to chat to guests.

Harbour House, Bristol
Harbour House, Bristol

Harbour House, Bristol
Set right on the river, this rustic restaurant is feel-good spot whose modern all-day menu offers something for everyone. Dishes might include kedgeree arancini with Coronation sauce or lemon posset with shortbread. There’s a fab terrace for al fresco meals and the polite team are keen to please.

MO, Broadway
MO, Broadway

MO, Broadway
This intimate restaurant features just 12 seats around a U-shaped kitchen counter, where the set tasting menu is delivered in an interactive, engaging style by the amiable chefs. Colourful, creative dishes display modern techniques, and the wine pairings are worth going for.

The Lanesborough Grill, Belgravia, London
The Lanesborough Grill, Belgravia, London

The Lanesborough Grill, Belgravia, London
What was formerly Céleste restaurant is now The Lanesborough Grill; an ornately decorated room in the Lanesborough Hotel, flooded with natural light. Shay Cooper cooks modern British classics like beef Wellington, Dover sole, and roast apple trifle, while afternoon tea has a Bridgerton theme.

Les 2 Garçons, Haringey, London
Les 2 Garçons, Haringey, London

Les 2 Garçons, Haringey, London
Culinary historians worth their fleur de sel will be familiar with Robert Reid and Jean-Christophe Slowik, the eponymous garçons who met when working for Marco Pierre White back in the day. Their joyful little bistro celebrates all that is great about French country cooking; order duck confit and then rum Baba and you’ll end up googling Crouch End house prices.

Noci, Islington, London
Noci, Islington, London

Noci, Islington, London
A plethora of pasta joints may have opened in recent years, but Noci is one of a new breed offering so much more. Expect plenty of starters, like charred octopus and vitello tonnato, before the homemade pasta dishes. It’s in a good spot close to Screen on the Green, where thousands still claim to have seen the Sex Pistols live in 1976.

Another Hand, Manchester
Another Hand, Manchester

Another Hand, Manchester
Tucked away on the upper 'mews' level of Deansgate’s Great Northern Warehouse, this small, buzzy restaurant comes from the three chefs behind the city’s erstwhile 3 Hands Deli. A café by day, by night it serves an array of delicious sharing plates, made with produce from ethical local growers.

Minster Mill, Minster Lovell
Minster Mill, Minster Lovell

Minster Mill, Minster Lovell
A walk around the gardens of this characterful, Cotswold stone hotel before dinner is a must. Carefully prepared, modern dishes, like butter-poached plaice with brown shrimps and braised leek, or dark chocolate tart with passion fruit come with a creative touch.

Argoe, Newlyn
Argoe, Newlyn

Argoe, Newlyn
Freshness and simplicity are key at this bijoux, wood-clad restaurant overlooking the harbour. Fish landed at Newlyn is simply cooked on the grill, dishes are designed for sharing, and the rustic feel adds to the charm. On-tap natural wines and a covered terrace complete the picture.

Store, Stoke Holy Cross
Store, Stoke Holy Cross

Store, Stoke Holy Cross
Chef Liam Nichols started his career at the Wildebeest Arms in this very same village and has since worked in some impressive kitchens. Located within Stoke Mill, Store offers an intimate, personal dining experience – and the friendly chefs are a big part of what makes it so special.

Kingdom 1795, Killorglin
Kingdom 1795, Killorglin

Republic of Ireland


Kingdom 1795, Killorglin

What used to be The Kingdom Bar is now a relaxed and stylish brasserie-style restaurant, enthusiastically and personally run by young owners Damien and Suzi. Enjoy a cocktail in the bar before experiencing Damien’s well-executed and unfussy modern dishes.

A Peculiar Tea, Belfast
A Peculiar Tea, Belfast

Northern Ireland


A Peculiar Tea, Belfast

Chef-owner Gemma Austin believes food should be fun and changes the theme of the evening tasting menu at this restaurant – tagline ‘The Emporium of Imagination’ – every 8-10 weeks: think Cluedo, Harry Potter or Alice in Wonderland. The cheery staff are all clearly on board with this quirky concept.

Kora by Tom Kitchin, Edinburgh
Kora by Tom Kitchin, Edinburgh

Scotland


Kora by Tom Kitchin, Edinburgh

What was formerly Southside Scran has been reborn as Kora by Tom Kitchin: a brightly decorated, neighbourhood restaurant with a nature-to-plate philosophy. The extensive menu offers reimagined brasserie classics created from Scotland’s bounteous larder.

SHUCKS, Glasgow
SHUCKS, Glasgow

SHUCKS, Glasgow
Sister to Cail Bruich and Brett, this professionally run, nautically-themed restaurant in the suburb of Hyndland is a great addition to the Glasgow dining scene. Assured, modern dishes showcase top quality Scottish seafood, so expect Shetland plaice or Gigha halibut on the bone.

Blas, St Davids
Blas, St Davids

Wales


Blas, St Davids

Blas (meaning ‘Taste’) is situated within the contemporary Twr y Felin Hotel, and features some striking modern art. Appealing seasonal menus showcase fantastic Pembrokeshire produce – including some foraged ingredients – in a pared-back, modern dishes.

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