Last week it was announced that 24 Irish restaurants had been awarded the Michelin Guide ‘Bib’ Gourmand.
Don’t get us wrong, that’s a great award in its own right but nothing compares to the places that get handed a Michelin Star.
The results were announced today and five Dublin restaurants are on the list, four with one star and the only restaurant to get a two-star rating was in Dublin too.
Here they are starting off with the only restaurant to get two stars.
Restaurant Patrick Guilbaud, Dublin
Chapter One, Dublin
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The Greenhouse, Dublin
Heron & Grey, Blackrock, Co Dublin
And here are the rest of the restaurants in Ireland who got a Michelin one-star:
- Ichigo Ichie, Cork (new entry)
- Restaurant Chestnut, Ballydehon (new entry)
- Mews, Baltimore (new entry)
- Aniar, Galway
- Campagne, Kilkenny
- Eipic, Belfast
- House (Cliff House Hotel), Ardmore, Co Waterford
- The Lady Helen Restaurant (Mount Juliet Estate), Thomastown, Co Kilkenny
- Loam, Galway
- Ox, Belfast
- Wild Honey Inn, Lisdoonvarna, Co Clare