Michelin stars for London restaurants in the 2022 Michelin Guide UK

Michelin has announced its 2022 stars for Britain and Ireland, using Twitter instead of the usual slightly offbeat ceremony, which it previously streamed online. There have been no new three-star Michelin restaurants named in the capital, after Core by Clare Smyth and Hélène Darroze at Connaught won the accolade last year.

Having apparently found new equipment over the months of restaurants reopening, St James’s singular, West African fine-dining restaurant, Ikoyi, by Jeremy Chan and Iré Hassan-Odukale, has landed a second star. The Clove Club, Isaac McHale, Daniel Willis and Johnny Smith’s Shoreditch Restaurant also landed a long-awaited and longed-for second star.

In total, London landed seven new one-star restaurants. As predicted and expected, Evelyn’s Table by the Selby brothers in Soho landed a premiere. It serves “an evolving menu based on their formative experiences – a fused love of British produce, Japanese techniques with a classic French background”, with head chef Luke Selby and brothers Nat and Theo winning this year’s ‘Young Chef’ award .

Joining the brothers in the ‘seen coming’ ranks is Kol, Santiago Lastra’s Marylebone restaurant that refracts British ingredients through the culinary traditions of its native Mexico.

Alongside Lastra is Sollip, the excellent Southwark restaurant in Woongchul Park and Bomee Ki, which combines classic European dining settings with Korean ingredients and ideas.

Fat Duck alums Jonny Lake and Isa Bal’s Trivet, in Bermondsey, also landed a first star after Bal was awarded the sommelier award, alongside Mayfair institution Jamavar who regained a star after losing one with the departure of chef Rohit Ghai in 2018. The sixth of London’s new stars is Wild Honey, Anthony Demetre’s European restaurant.

Meanwhile, Scottish chef Adam Handling’s Frog in Covent Garden has been awarded a star.

Michelin Guides international director Gwendal Poullennec said the company — and only the company – was disappointed that they were unable to hold the announcement event in person. “However, we wanted to celebrate the accomplishments [there’s a business to run; a brand to maintain; a club to keep exclusive] of the best chefs in the country, who have fought not only to survive, but also to excel in these difficult times.

“To award so many new stars this year, including a new three-star [to L’Enclume in Cartmel, Cumbria] testifies to the determination and resilience of those who work in the hospitality industry – not just the chefs, but those involved at all levels.

Here is the full list of Michelin stars for London. New stars are marked with an asterisk, and those that have closed or downgraded have been crossed out.


London restaurants with three Michelin stars
“Outstanding cuisine, worth a special trip”

(5)

Alain Ducasse at the Dorchester

Core by Clare Smyth

Hélène Darroze at Connaught

RestaurantGordon Ramsay

Sketch (The conference room and the library)


London restaurants with two Michelin stars
“Excellent food, worth a detour”

(ten)

A.Wong

The Clove Club*

Da Terra

Ikoyi*

Kitchen table

Claude Bosi in Bibendum

Dinner by Heston Blumenthal

The Lady of Pic

The newsboy

story


Restaurants in London with a Michelin star
“High quality cuisine, worth a stop”

(56)

Amaya

Sinner

Barrafina (Soho)

Behind

Benares

Kid

Casa Fofo

Celestial at the Lanesborough

At Bruce’s

city ​​social

Club Gascon

corner stone

Dysart Petersham

Elystan Street

Endo at the Rotunda

Evelyne’s Table*

five fields

The Frog Covent Garden*

Galvin La Chapelle

The glass house

The Goring (dining room)

Gymkhana

Hakkasan Hanway Square

Hakkasan Mayfair

hardwood arm

Hide

Jamavar*

Kai

Kol*

Kitchen W8

Leroy

Locanda Locatelli

by Lyle

Maos

Mark

Murano

Muse

The nineth

Petrus

Foot on the ground

Pollen Street Social

Portland

Quilon

Restaurant Ritz

river cafe

Sabor

St-Jean

Seven Park Square

SO|LA

Sollip*

Trinity

Trishna

Tripod*

The trumpet

Umu

Veeraswamy

Wild honey*

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