Is There a 3 Michelin Star Restaurant in UK?

The Michelin Guide is a world-renowned restaurant guide that awards restaurants with one, two or three stars. It is considered to be the ultimate benchmark for fine dining and only the very best restaurants are awarded with this accolade.

But does the UK have any 3 Michelin Star restaurants?

The answer is yes, there are currently seven 3 Michelin Star Restaurants in the UK. The first of these was The Fat Duck in Bray, Berkshire which earned its third star in 2004.

This was quickly followed by Gordon Ramsay’s flagship restaurant at Royal Hospital Road, London which gained its third star in 2001 and maintains it to this day. The other five 3 Michelin Star Restaurants in the UK are Alain Ducasse at The Dorchester, Restaurant Gordon Ramsay, L’Enclume (Cumbria), Restaurant Nathan Outlaw (Cornwall) and Claude Bosi at Bibendum (London).

These seven restaurants represent some of the best cuisine available in the world today and all have been awarded their three stars for consistent excellence over many years. All of them have unique menus that feature only the freshest seasonal ingredients and showcase the chefs’ incredible skills and inventiveness. Dining at one of these establishments is a truly unforgettable experience.


So to answer the question, yes there is a 3 Michelin Star restaurant in the UK. There are currently seven such establishments that provide outstanding cuisine and an unforgettable dining experience.