The South West restaurants in the Michelin Guide 2023

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The full list of South West restaurants featured in the Michelin Guide Great Britain & Ireland 2023, including Bib Gourmands and Green stars

This year’s Michelin stars were announced on Monday March 27 at a ceremony at Silverstone Circuit in Northamptonshire. The South West received three new stars, with Àclèaf in Plymouth, Gidleigh Park in Chagford and Lumière in Cheltenham all receiving one Michelin star. Of the four new Green stars to be awarded, three of them went to restaurants in the region – Crocadon in St Mellion, Culture in Falmouth and Osip in Bruton.

Destination restaurants such as Lympstone Manor near Exmouth, Outlaw’s New Road in Port Isaac and Paco Tapas in Bristol retained their stars and a wealth of new venues earned Bib Gourmands for the first time. See the full list of South West restaurants featured in the Michelin Guide Great Britain & Ireland 2023 below.

One star

  • Àclèaf, Plymouth – New (read our review of Àclèaf here)
  • Bulrush, Bristol
  • Bybrook, Castle Combe
  • Elephant, Torquay
  • Gidleigh Park, Chagford – New
  • Le Champignon Sauvage, Cheltenham
  • Lumière, Cheltenham – New
  • Lympstone Manor, Lympstone
  • Masons Arms, Knowstone
  • Olive Tree, Bath (read out review of Olive Tree here)
  • Osip, Bruton
  • Outlaw’s Fish Kitchen, Port Isaac
  • Outlaw’s New Road, Port Isaac
  • Paco Tapas, Bristol (read out review of Paco Tapas here)
  • Paul Ainsworth at No.6, Padstow
  • Restaurant Hywel Jones by Lucknam Park, Colerne (read our review of Restaurant Hywel Jones here)

Green stars

  • Crocadon, St Mellion – New (read our review of Crocadon here)
  • CULTURE, Falmouth – New (get the low-down on Culture here)
  • Daylesford Organic Farm, Daylesford
  • Oak, Bath
  • Osip, Bruton – New
  • Terroir Tapas, Bournemouth
  • The Ethicurean, Wrington
  • Wilsons, Bristol

Bib Gourmands

  • Andria, Dartmouth
  • Beckford Bottle Shop, Bath
  • Blaise Inn, Bristol – New
  • BOX-E, Bristol
  • COR, Bristol – New (get the low-down on COR here)
  • Cornish Arms, Tavistock
  • Emilia, Ashburton – New (get the low-down on Emilia here)
  • Marmo, Bristol – New
  • Queen of Cups, Glastonbury – New (read our review of Queen of Cups here)
  • Rick Stein’s Cafe, Padstow
  • Root, Bristol
  • Root Wells, Wells – New
  • Sardine Factory, Looe
  • The Chequers, Bath – New
  • The Galley, Topsham – New (read our interview with chef James Checkley here)
  • The Square at Porthleven, Porthleven
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