Irish restaurants receiving Michelin Star awards in the next publication of the Guide will, for the first time, have their names revealed at a live event taking place in London on October 3rd next.
Regarded as one of the most important dates on the culinary calendar, the unveiling of new Michelin-Starred restaurants will coincide with the publication of the Michelin Guide Great Britain and Ireland 2017.
First published in France in 1900, the Guide – produced by leading tyre manufacturer Michelin – was introduced to advise motorists where they could find good food and accommodation, where the most scenic driving routes were and where to buy driving essentials like tyres.
The Michelin Guide Great Britain and Ireland recommends more than 3,300 places to eat and sleep – including those restaurants and pubs awarded Michelin Stars for the quality of their food.
Commenting, its editor Rebecca Burr said the 2017 edition would continue to reflect the changing culinary landscape of Great Britain and Ireland, adding: “The last 10 years have seen the emergence of a host of different types of restaurant producing excellent food under the guidance of extremely talented young chefs.”