Michelin star restaurants Newcastle 2022: full list and new stars awarded - as Michelin Guide UK published

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The Michelin Guide 2022 has been published - but have any restaurants in Newcastle made the cut?

The long-awaited list of restaurants that have won Michelin stars this year has been released, with 25 new eateries across the UK and Ireland awarded stars.

Sadly no restaurants in Newcastle have received stars in the 2022 list, however the city is already home to a Michelin starred restaurant and two Bib Gourmand establishments. The Bib Gourmand award honours restaurants that serve great food, but at reasonable prices.

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So which of Newcastle’s restaurants owns a coveted star - and are there any new Michelin starred restaurants within driving distance of the city?

Which restaurants in Newcastle have Michelin stars?

House of Tides

28-30 The Close, Newcastle Upon Tyne, NE1 3RF, United Kingdom

This Newcastle staple was included in the Michelin guide for retaining its one star accolade in the 2022 list. Set within a merchant’s house on the historic quayside, chef Kenny Atkinson reportedly fell in love with the place when he first saw it.

The Michelin Guide states: “Accomplished, creative dishes evolve as ingredients come into season, with only top quality produce being used. The attractively presented dishes are well-thought-out and flavours have plenty of depth – and there’s the occasional playful touch in evidence too.”

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Customers can enjoy House of Tides’ lunch menu for £85 per person, or £110 for the dinner menu.

The establishment is open Wednesday to Friday, 12pm - 1:15pm, and 6 - 8:30pm, and Saturday 12 - 1:15pm, and 5pm - 8:30pm.

Book online here or by phone on 0191 230 3720.

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Which Newcastle restaurants have Bib Gourmand awards?


35 Side, Newcastle Upon Tyne, NE1 3JE, United Kingdom

This city-centre restaurant specialises in contemporary regional cuisine and has earned a Bib Gourmand award from Michelin due to its reasonable prices.

Route offers a casual bistro setting, and a bi-weekly changing menu, with each dish designed to be shared. The Michelin Guide states: “Regularly changing menus offer well-priced, gutsy small plates with punchy flavours and a British heart.”

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The establishment is open Wednesday to Friday 5pm - 9pm and Saturday 1pm – 4pm and 6pm – 9pm. On Sundays it is available for private bookings of 15+.

Customers are required to book in advance which can be done here or by phone on 0191 222 0973.

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The Broad Chare

25 Broad Chare, Newcastle Upon Tyne, NE1 3DQ, United Kingdom

The restaurant, housed within a converted warehouse by the quay, focuses on providing high quality and traditional British food to its customers.

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The Broad Chare refers to its extensive menu as ‘proper’ food, saying that it offers ‘honest, home-cooked food like pubs used to serve: tasty, satisfying, proudly British and fiercely seasonal’.

The Michelin Guide states: “Broad Chare is a ‘proper’ pub, with a cosy bar serving appetising bar snacks and over 50 beers, and a rustic first floor dining room offering a more substantial menu of hearty, punchily flavoured dishes. Fair prices and a friendly team add to its appeal.”

The establishment is open from 12pm - 11pm Monday, Wednesday - Saturday. Closed on Tuesday’s and open 12pm - 10pm on Sunday’s.

Customers are required to book in advance which can be done here or by phone on 0191 211 2144.

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Which restaurants in the north of England have received new Michelin stars?

While no restaurants in Newcastle have received new awards in the 2022 list, three establishments in the north of England have achieved new stars.

Two of the awards are new additions, and one establishment has been promoted from two Michelin stars to the highest accolade of three stars.


Vallum Farm, Military Rd, East Wallhouses, Newcastle upon Tyne NE18 0LL

Pine in East Wallhouses, Northumberland is a new addition to the guide, with one star and a Michelin Green star.

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The restaurant is known for its foraging, ethical sourcing and sustainable practices, which are key to the business. The Michelin Guide says that using this produce, Chef Cal Byerley “creates small, finely crafted dishes which are full of colour and really pack a punch”.

Set within an old cow barn, it offers an intimate setting and stunning views of the Northumberland landscape alongside Hadrians Wall.

The establishment is open from Wednesday and Thursday 7pm - 12am, Friday and Saturday 12pm - 2pm, 7pm - 12am.

Customers are required to book in advance which can be done here or by phone on 01434 671202.

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The Dog and Gun Inn

Skelton, Penrith CA11 9SE

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This Cumbria establishment has also been included as a new addition to the list this year, after previously holding the Michelin Bib Gourmand from 2018.

The country pub offers a heart menu of warming dishes, as well as great quality produce used and a cosy atmosphere.

The Michelin Guide says that Chef Ben Queen-Fryer “sensibly keeps his dishes satisfying and recognisable, showcasing local ingredients in pure, understated compositions with plenty of depth, where flavour comes above all else”.

The establishment is open from Tuesday to Friday 5:30pm - 10pm, and Saturday 5:30pm - 11pm.

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Customers are required to book in advance which can be done here or by phone on 017684 84301.

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Cavendish St, Cartmel, Grange-over-Sands LA11 6QA

The establishment has been promoted from two Michelin stars to achieve the most highly coveted accolade of all - three Michelin stars. It also holds the new Michelin Green star.

This flagship restaurant run by Chef Simon Rogan and his team, is known for its sustainable approach and use of hyper-seasonal produce.

The Michelin Guide states: “The cooking in this lovely old smithy has never stopped evolving and the energy emanating from the kitchen is as palpable as ever. Classic dishes have been reworked and refined, while stunning new dishes have slotted seamlessly into the set menu.”

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The establishment is open from Tuesday to Sunday 12pm - 1:30pm, 6:30 - 8pm.

Customers are required to book in advance which can be done here or by phone on 015395 36362.

Which restaurants have won new Michelin stars in 2022?

Several restaurants across the UK and Ireland have won new Michelin stars for 2022. This is the full list:

New three star restaurants:

  • L’Enclume, Cartmel, Cumbria – Chef Simon Rogan

New two star restaurants:

  • Chapter One by Mickael Viljanen, Dublin – Chef Mickael Viljanen
  • The Clove Club, Shoreditch, London – Chef Isaac McHale
  • Ikoyi, St James’s, London – Chef Jeremy Chan
  • Liath, Blackrock, Dublin – Chef Damien Grey
  • Ynyshir, Machynlleth, Powys – Chef Gareth Ward

New one star restaurants:

  • The Barn, Aughton, Lancashire – chef Nathan Cornwell
  • Bastible, Dublin – Barry Fitzgerald
  • Bridge Arms, Bridge, Canterbury – chef Daniel Smith
  • Dog and Gun Inn, Skelton, Cumbria – chef Ben Queen-Fryer
  • Evelyn’s Table, Soho, London – chef Luke Selby
  • Frog by Adam Handling, Covent Garden, London – chef Adam Handling
  • The Glenturret Lalique, Crieff, Perthshire – chef Mark Donald
  • Glovers Alley, Dublin – chef Andy McFadden
  • Home, Penarth, Cardiff – chef James Sommerin
  • Jamavar, Mayfair, London – chef Surender Mohan
  • Kol, Marylebone, London – chef Santiago Lastra
  • Meadowsweet, Holt, Norfolk – chef Greg Anderson
  • Pine, East Wallhouses, Northumberland – chef Cal Byerley
  • Sollip, Southwark, London – chef Woongchul Park
  • SY23, Aberystwyth, Ceredigion – chef Nathan Davies
  • Trivet, Southwark, London – chef Jonny Lake
  • Unalome by Graeme Cheevers, Glasgow – chef Graeme Cheevers
  • Upstairs by Tom Shepherd, Lichfield, Staffordshire – chef Tom Shepherd
  • Wild Honey St James, St James’s, London – chef Anthony Demetre

Michelin green star restaurants

The Michelin Green Star is the newest award to be considered in the list with it’s first appearance being in 2021. This list highlights restaurants at the forefront of the industry when it comes to their sustainable practices.

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  • Chapters, Hay-on-Wye, Powys - chef Mark McHugo
  • Marle, Heckfield, Hampshire - chef Michael Chapman
  • Moor Hall, Aughton, Lancashire - chef Mark Birchall
  • Oak, Bath, Somerset - chef Pete Ellis
  • Pensons, Tenbury Wells, Worcestershire - chef Chris Simpson
  • Pine, East Wallhouses, Northumberland - chef Cal Byerley
  • Terroir Tapas, Bournemouth, Dorset - chef Jesse Wells
  • Tillingham, Peasmarsh, East Sussex - chef Tom Ryalls
  • Wilsons, Bristol - chef Jan Ostle

Special Award Winners

Five special awards have been presented in this years list as well. This list highlights exceptional people and remarkable teams who have particularly impressed the inspectors over the past year.

  • Chef Mentor, sponsored by Blancpain – Philip Howard at Elystan Street
  • Young Chef – Luke, Nathaniel and Theo Selby at Evelyn’s Table
  • Welcome and Service – Dale Dewsbury at Andrew Fairlie at Gleneagles
  • Sommelier – Isa Bal at Trivet
  • Opening of the Year – SY23 in Aberystwyth
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