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Features 2 minutes 25 January 2021

New Michelin Green Star for Restaurants in England, Scotland, Wales & Ireland

Highlighting Sustainability in the Michelin Guide Great Britain & Ireland 2021

Green Stars 2021 Michelin Star Revelation

Despite the huge challenges the hospitality industry has faced over the last year, we are delighted to be able to award 23 restaurants our new accolade in the Michelin Guide Great Britain and Ireland 2021: the Michelin Green Star.

This distinction highlights restaurants at the forefront of the industry when it comes to their sustainable practices and who act as role models to us all. They hold themselves accountable for both their ethical and environmental standards, and work with sustainable producers and suppliers to avoid waste and reduce or even remove plastic and other non-recyclable materials from their supply chain.

Many work directly with growers, farmers and fishermen; forage in hedgerows and woodlands; grow plants and rear animals; and use regenerative methods such as no-dig vegetable gardens and successional cover crop growing. They also often go beyond environmental considerations to address the quality of life of their staff, as well as contributing to local, national or global charity and education projects.

The Dining Room, Whatley Manor, Malmesbury
The Dining Room, Whatley Manor, Malmesbury

For 2021, the guide is being published in a digital format only, both online (UK and Republic of Ireland) and via the iOS app. Green Stars are identified by the new green sustainability symbol – and details of their practices are outlined in their entry. 46 further restaurants have also been identified as taking positive steps to work in a greener way, and their listings come with one-line descriptions of some of their initiatives.

Below is the full list of both ‘Green Stars’ and ‘Initiatives’ in the Great Britain & Ireland Michelin Guide 2021. Click each restaurant name to see further details.

Hypha
Hypha

GREEN STARS

England
Angela's, Margate
Belmond Le Manoir aux Quat' Saisons, Great Milton
Black Swan, Oldstead
Coombeshead Farm, Lewannick
Daylesford Organic Farm, Daylesford
Hypha, Chester
L'Enclume, Cartmel
New Yard, Trelowarren
Oxo Tower Brasserie, Southwark, London
Petersham Nurseries Café, Richmond, London
Restaurant Sat Bains, Nottingham
River Cottage Kitchen, Axminster
Silo, Hackney, London
The Dining Room - Whatley Manor, Malmesbury
The Ethicurean, Wrington
The Small Holding, Kilndown
Tredwells, Strand and Covent Garden, London
Where the Light Gets In, Stockport

Scotland
Inver, Strachur

Wales
Henry Robertson - Palé Hall, Llandderfel

Republic of Ireland
Inis Meáin Restaurant and Suites, Inishmaan, Aran Islands
Kai, Galway
Loam, Galway


Quick link to all listings for Michelin Green Stars in the UK / Republic of Ireland


Launching a brand new distinction dedicated to sustainable gastronomy shows that our recognition of restaurants goes beyond the search for the best cooking. It enables us to also turn the spotlight on those with a great sense of responsibility towards the environment.” 
Gwendal Poullennec, International Director of the Michelin Guides

The Ethicurean
The Ethicurean

INITIATIVES

England
Coach House, Middleton Tyas
Curlew, Bodiam
Dysart Petersham, Richmond, London
Ebrington Arms, Ebrington
Fallow, Mayfair, London
Flat Three, North Kensington, London
Forest Side, Grasmere
Gravetye Manor, East Grinstead
Harborne Kitchen, Birmingham
Henrock, Bowness-on-Windermere
Hjem, Wall
Horto – Rudding Park, Harrogate
Killingworth Castle, Wootton
Leaping Hare, Stanton
Lumière, Cheltenham
Mana, Manchester
Moor Hall, Aughton
Oak, Bath
Orwells, Shiplake Row
Osip, Bruton
Ox Barn, Thyme Hotel, Southrop
Pensons, Tenbury Wells
Petersham, Strand and Covent Garden, London
Plaquemine Lock, Islington , London
Ritz Restaurant, St James's, London
Rogan & Co, Cartmel
Roots, York
Spring, Strand and Covent Garden, London
The Barn at Severn & Wye, Westbury-on-Severn
The Compasses Inn, Tisbury
The Pig, Brockenhurst
The Pig – at Combe, Honiton
The Pig – at Bridge Place, Canterbury
The Pig – Harlyn Bay, Padstow
The Pig – on the beach, Studland
The Pig – near Bath, Hunstrete
The Wild Rabbit, Kingham
Wellington Arms, Baughurst
Wilder, Nailsworth

Scotland
aizle, Edinburgh
Haar, St Andrews

Wales
Fernery, Narbeth

Republic of Ireland
Aimsir, Celbridge
Aniar, Galway
Gregans Castle, Ballyvaughan
Wild Honey Inn, Lisdoonvarna

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