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2014 Michelin stars Opinions


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2014 Michelin stars Opinions

restaurantsandrants | Sep 26, 2013 12:35 AM

What does anyone think of the new stars; the London changes are listed below?

Two Stars - New
Dinner by Heston- I have not been in a while but sceptical about this.
The Greenhouse- I have not been under the new chef but have had a few top class meals here in the past.

One Star - New
Ametsa- hmm... maybe at a very long push but still was very disappointing.
Angler- have to admit I barely have heard of it; I don’t it is in the GFG for example.
Bo London- may deserve it on technical cooking but still some dishes are a bit just weird in terms of flavours and it is so overpriced (I know this does not matter but still...).
Brasserie Chavot- the food there was very good so in terms so best in its category, yes probably.
HKK- def. deserves this, I think this could perhaps get a second in the future.
Lima- had a very nice meal there but not sure.
Outlaws at the Capital- not been but mainly because I keep hearing average reports.
Social Eating House- I had a very good meal there but I think this is possibly too much as a recent meal in PSS was still much better and I don’t think PSS merits 2.
Story- have not been get but keen to try.

One star, down from two
L'atelier de Joel Robuchon- I had a very mixed meal here this year so not that surprising.

Lost star
Petersham Nurseries- change of chef.

I have not been to any of the new ones in the rest of England or Ireland.

Anyone obvious missing? I would be interested to know if the Glove Club was overlooked or is just a bit too new.


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