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UK Michelin Ratings for 2008


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Has anyone got a link to the page where the results will come up? Have been looking over the website but can't seem to find where it will be...

http://www.michelin.co.uk/uk/front/affich....codeRubrique=43

Allan Brown

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Has anyone got a link to the page where the results will come up? Have been looking over the website but can't seem to find where it will be...

http://www.michelin.co.uk/uk/front/affich....codeRubrique=43

someone else needs to link it- I'm not that bright!!

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Sarah Poli, Firenze, Kibworth Beauchamp

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Extremely... and although I know that Jay wouldn't be posting unless he knew the score, you still always want to wait until you see it in Michelin-approved black and white.

Still, I'm ecstatic :) And for Stephen and Emma at the Sportsman too...

Allan Brown

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No new two or three stars.

One stars

London

Wild Honey

La Trompette

Quillon

Rhodes W1

Outside London

The Goose

West grove House

Apicius

Nathan Outlaw

Sportsman

Do you mean west stoke House?

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Well, I'm delighted to see Mint (Dublin) got that well-deserved star. Now I have to make the pilgrimage to Malahide to see what's going on at Bon Appetit. I've never eaten there.

Congrats to all.

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nathan outlaw has done v well, in with a star and a rising 2 * in his first year, bloody good work!

winteringham has lost its star, as has gilpin lodge in the lakes - based on my stay there no great suprise.

pipe and glass got a bib

champany inn gets a star too, always fancied going there.

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No star for Fraiche? Dammit, thought Merseyside would have one over Manchester.

Not even that, but no longer a rising star rating. I feel sorry for Marc, he's worked hard.

Allan Brown

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