Yorkshire’s Michelin star restaurant restaurants have all retained their Michelin Stars as the prestigious awards were held tonight, 27th of March,
Before the announcements of the Michelin Stars at the ceremony, 20 new restaurants were awarded the Bib Gourmand which is a distinction that highlights great quality, great value cook and Skosh, in York was one of the additions.
It was a great night for Yorkshire as all of the restaurants kept hold of their coveted Michelin stars. Chef James Mackenzie and partner Kate of Pipe and Glass, South Dalton took to Instagram to share their news.
They posted saying: “We are thrilled to announce that the Pipe and Glass have retained its Michelin Star for 2023.” Other restaurants did the same.
The guys at Star Inn at Harome will be celebrating as they reopened this year after a fire burnt down the restaurant last year. The new restaurant has had a refurb and is back to looking stunning with all the character of the old pub
It was a great night for the West Midlands as it took back one of the stars it lost when Peel’s closed in 2022. That restaurant held a star for seven of its 14 years over at Hampton Manor.
Watch out recent trip to the Pipe & Glass below:
Check out the list of Michelin-star restaurants that retained their stars below
The Black Swan was complimented for its character with its exposed beams, flagged floors, and open fire. The food was described as an ‘appealing modern menu’ with produce from their farm, garden, and local hedgerows.
Preservation techniques, dishes with bold contrasts, plenty of depth, and very little waste are what customers can expect when visiting.
2. Roots, York
Located in York city centre, Roots is the little sister to the Black Swan in Oldstead and shares the seasonal and sustainable ethos with naturally evolving taster menus according to produce that originated from their kitchen garden and small regional suppliers.
Dishes are creative and modern and prepared with the skill to look deceptively simple, but offer refinement and depth of flavour, according to to get the Michelin guide.
3. Pipe & Glass, South Dalton
Located in a maze of country lanes in a charming 15th-century pub, which was originally the gatehouse to Dalton Park. You’re greeted with a colourful terrace full of amazing planters with a cosy and characterful inn.
The restaurant offers daily specials based on what is seasonal and a focus on unfussy, instantly recognisable dishes that are meticulously prepared. The charming team ensure everyone is looked after with a smile, and
4. Shaun Rankin at Grantley Hall
Found in a huge luxurious 17th-century country house. Expect modern cooking which is inspired by the surroundings and chef Shaun Rankin’s memories of his childhood.
Enjoy a tasting menu, which focuses on its very best produce. The restaurant occupies what was once the music room and is full of amazing architecture.
5. Star Inn at Harome
A 14th-century inn, that has risen from the ashes, Star Inn at Harome, delivers flavour-driven dishes with a classical base and modern overtones.
Using game from the Yorkshire Moors and vegetables from his kitchen garden to serve amazing food in the long-standing restaurant.
6. The Angel at Hetton
Located deep in the Yorkshire Dales National Park, The Angel is a stunning stone-built Inn from 15-century origins along with a 21-century restaurant.
Enjoy a classic combination in a modernised refined way with natural simplistic dishes that allow each ingredient to shine in a Nordic-style restaurant.
7. The Man Behind The Curtain, Leeds
In Leeds city centre, this menu is full of unconventional dishes served in a basement restaurant. The dishes are artfully presented and come with Asian influences or feature the colour black.
You’ll never know quite what to expect and it’s definitely a left-field decor compared to the other restaurants featured in this list.
Learn more about the Michelin-star restaurants in The Yorkshireman’s guide below.
Feature Image Credit: Pipe and Glass