7 Great Michelin Star Restaurants Berkshire
Berkshire Escorts: Michelin Star Restaurants in Berkshire
The best Berkshire chefs and restaurateurs have been awarded their work hours with a Michelin Star. The Michelin Guide for Great Britain and Ireland 2020 is out now and features many restaurants in the area. There are no new entries, but the existing restaurant maintains its star.
The restaurant in Bray, near Maidenhead, is one of the best places to find some great food. This guide includes 187 new three-star restaurants and eateries, Sketch in Mayfair, four new two-star restaurants, and 23 new one-star restaurants.
Gwendal Poullennec, International Director of Michelin Guides, said: "Despite the real challenges facing the industry in the UK, we are very pleased that this has been a great year, and we have seen the opening and rapid growth of many of the previous projects. It looks successful.
"With three Michelin stars, Sketch joins four other restaurants at this prestigious level. Pierre Gagnaire's restaurant won its first star in 2005 and its second star in 2013.
"Our supervisor found that the decision to cook here is very complicated and very original. Every element of the food is liberated in terms of texture, texture, and, most importantly, taste."
Three-star Michelin star
The Fat Duck, Bray
A fifth of Britain's three-star Michelin restaurants are in the affluent village of Thames Side, Bray. The most famous of which is Heston Blumenthal's Fat Duck.
Visitors can enjoy unusual dishes such as snail porridge, salmon in a liquorice gel, and "sea sounds."
The Waterside Inn, Bray
The Waterside Inn has more than three Michelin stars in any country. It is run by Alain Roux, who is part of the famous Roux food dynasty.
His family has run the former pub since 1972, and Alain took over from his father, Michelle, in 2002. Alain Roux is also a master pastry shop, so guests can expect something out of the ordinary, if not precious, and sweet.
People who wish to advance the boat, they can try Lee's Amazing Menu for only 172 Euro per person.
One star Michelin star
Michelin's only star restaurant in Reading is actually in Wokingham, in Shinfield, between the two.
Tom Clarke, a star holder for many years, has offered "exceptional modern French cuisine."
Coworth Park, Ascot
In the exclusive setting of the Ascot Area, another grand hotel that has maintained its star. Executive Chef, Adam Smith, is responsible for a number of menus, including the Best British Lunch and Dinner menu and the sumptuous Sunday dinner.
The Blackbird, Newbury
"Didn't we have a great time the day we went to Bagnor?" People who become The Blackbird sing well.
The family-owned restaurant in the quiet West Berkshire district of Bagnor has a classic French menu revolving around local produce. It has been a star since 2010.
The Woodspeen, Newbury
This is a restaurant and kitchen school where you can eat delicious food and learn to cook it. It opened in 2013 when head chef John Campbell found a run-down pub. The hotel is also surrounded by some stunning views of the West Berkshire countryside.
The Crown, Burchetts Green
The Crown is at Burchetts Green, near Maidenhead. This is another place that offers upscale French kitchens. Tuck into Black Rock roast cod, watercress and horseradish or slow-cooked veal cheek with "rather nice" veal sauce.
The Hinds Head, Bray Michelin star
Last but not least, from the Bray again. This is also owned by Heston Blumenthal and is housed a building dating back to the 14th century.
While not hitting the three-star heights of Bray's other offerings, it still offers a range of top-class meals created with Blumenthal's extraordinary talents.