Here’s where you can eat Michelin Star food outside London
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The brand new Michelin Guide 2017 has been announced, with 172 restaurants across Great Britain and Ireland making the cut for this prestigious accolade.

It goes without saying that you can get your hands on some pretty fancy cuisine and experience excellent service in London. The city has more than 60 Michelin Star restaurants, boasting between one and three of the coveted stars.

But, fellow foodies, don’t be upset if you don’t happen to live in the Big Smoke. You can still have the full Michelin Star experience in these amazing one-star restaurants located outside of London.

Birmingham

Adam’s

New Oxford House, 16 Waterloo Street, B2 5UG – adamsrestaurant.co.uk

Carters of Moseley

2c St Mary’s Row, Wake Green Road, Moseley, B13 9EZ – cartersofmoseley.co.uk

Purnell’s

55 Cornwall Street, B3 2DH – purnellsrestaurant.com

Simpsons

20 Highfield Road, Edgbaston, B15 3DU – simpsonsrestaurant.co.uk

Turners @ 69

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69 High Street, Harborne, B17 9NS – turnersat69.co.uk

Bristol

Casamia

Lower Guinea Street, BS1 6SY – casamiarestaurant.co.uk

wilks

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1b Chandos Road, BS6 6PG – wilksrestaurant.co.uk

Edinburgh

Number One

Balmoral Hotel, 1 Princes Street, EH2 2EQ – roccofortehotels.com/number-one

21212

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3 Royal Terrace, EH7 5AB – 21212restaurant.co.uk

The Kitchin

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78 Commercial Street, EH6 6LX – thekitchin.com

Martin Wishart

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54 Shore, EH6 6RA – restaurantmartinwishart.co.uk

Leeds

The Man Behind the Curtain

Top Floor Flannels, 68-78 Vicar Lane, LS1 7JH – themanbehindthecurtain.co.uk

Newcastle

House of Tides

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28 Close, NE1 3RN – houseoftides.co.uk


Bib Gourmand restaurants

If your budget doesn’t stretch to Michelin Star prices, check out the Michelin Guide’s Bib Gourmand recommendations.

The rules state that these establishments must offer ‘exceptionally good food at moderate prices’, so you’re guaranteed to be served a magical meal without the eye-watering bill at the end.

Brighton: The Chilli Pickle, 64 Degrees

Bristol: No Man’s Grace, Bird in Hand

Edinburgh: The Dogs, Passorn, Galvin Brasserie de Luxe, Scran and Scallie

Glasgow: The Gannet, Ox and Finch, Stravaigin

Manchester: Brassica Grill, El Gato Negro, Hearth of the Ram, Waggon

Newcastle: Broad Chare

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