2014 Michelin Star Guide Announced

The 2014 Michelin Star guide was released this week and despite no new additions, it sees 9 Irish restaurants retaining their stars. Here’s our top picks of some the most impeccably catered restaurants around Ireland.

Patrick Guilbaud, Dublin

This beautiful establishment is the only 2 star restaurant in Ireland. Set in the stunning Merrion Hotel, it’s exquisite menu consists of poached Annagassan blue lobster, Carlingford oysters and spiced Wicklow lamb with avacado mousseline. Food art at it’s best.

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Image // Business Week

Chapter One, Dublin

Seen as one of Dublins best restaurants, Chapter One never disappoints with it’s stunning presentation and mouth watering menu. This includes seared bluefin Tuna and roast salt marsh duck breast with lemon puree.

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Image // Chapter One

Aniar, Galway

After receiving it’s first Michelin star in 2013, Aniar in Irelands beautiful West has continued to produce food worthy of dinings most coveted prize.

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Image // The Dining Room

Lady Helen, Kilkenny

Situated in the Mount Juliet Hotel in Kilkenny, this country haven has Executive Chef Cormac Rowe to thank for it’s truly special dining experience. His menu includes Foie Gras with poached Champagne rhubarb and suckling pig with pork belly and soya apple.

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Image // Shamming

House Restaurant at Cliff House Hotel

Perched on the banks of Ardmore Bay, the House restaurant resides in the stunning Cliff House hotel and was awarded it’s michelin star only 18 months after opening. The melt in your mouth Black Angus Beef is one of the best things on the menu.

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