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Fine Dining in Yorkshire - Michelin Star and Michelin Plate Restaurants 2022

Updated: Sep 23, 2022

With this years Michelin Guide 2022 launched on 16th February – it is great news that in a year when we still experienced the after effect of Covid, that ALL Yorkshire’s 7 Michelin Starred restaurants retained their Michelin Stars.

The 7 Michelin starred restaurants are:

The Man Behind the Curtain – Leeds

The Pipe & Glass – South Dalton

The Angel Inn – Hetton

Shaun Rankin at Grantley Hall – Ripon

Roots – York

The Black Swan – Oldstead

The Star Inn at Harome – Harome

Whilst Michael O’Hare from The Man Behind the Curtain had secretly hoped for a 2nd star, he and his team were still pleased to retain their star.

The Star Inn at Harome, owned by Andrew Pern was the victim of an arson attack last year and is temporarily closed, but renovations are well under way and it is due to open up in the coming months. It was heartening to see that it still retained its Michelin Star.

The next tiers down from the coveted Michelin Star is the Bib Gourmand then Michelin Plate Status. These are restaurants who are recognised for their fine dining and food, and are very close to Star status. Yorkshire now has nearly 50 of these category restaurants across the region.

We have 3 Bib Gourmand Yorkshire restaurants in 2022 – they are:

Skosh – York

Prashad – Drighlington

The Hope and Anchor – South Ferriby

Our Michelin Plate restaurants are:

Horto – Harrogate

Three’s a Crowd – Harrogate

Stuzzi – Harrogate

The Allice Hawthorn – Nun Monkton

Fletchers – Grantley Hall

The Durham Ox – Crayke

The Hare – Scawton

The Hovingham Inn - Hovingham

Bantam – Helmsley

The Weathervane - Helmsley

The Pheasant - Harome

The Sandpiper Inn – Leyburn

Yorebridge House – Askrigg

The Coach House – Middleton Lodge estate

The Eskdale – Castleton

Homestead Kitchen – Goathland

Number 20 – Port Mulgrave

The Star Inn the Harbour – Whitby

Hana Matsu - Leeds

The Ox Club – Leeds

Dakota Grill – Leeds

The Crafthouse – Leeds

Home – Leeds

Engine Social – Sowerby Bridge

The Moorcock Inn – Sowerby Bridge

Host – Ilkley

Cora – Boston Spa

Joro – Sheffield

Rafters – Sheffield

Brocco Kitchen – Sheffield

Juke & Loe – Sheffield

The Old Vicarage – Sheffield

The Star Inn – Sancton

Westwood – Beverley

Whites – Beverley

Melton’s – York

Fish & Forest – York

The Star Inn the City – York

Los Moros – York

Le Cochon Aveugle – York

The Bow Room at Gray;s Court – York

Arras - York

This is a great testament to the quality of Fine Dining in Yorkshire – but remember Yorkshire is fast becoming the UK’s Unofficial Food Capital – with not just fine dining , but great Café’s Gastro Pubs and Street Food offerings, provided by passionate Yorkshire chefs using great local produce.

Let’s hope a few of the Michelin Plate restaurants finally get their Michelin stars next year.


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