There were seventeen new one-star sections this year, with The Raby Hunt in County Durham the main foundation to pick up a second.
The Fat Duck recovered its three stars in the wake of moving to Melbourne a year ago, bringing the aggregate number of three-featured eateries in the UK back to four.
2016 has seen many Michelin star eateries lose their gourmet specialists or close and, accordingly, their stars. Legends like Phil Howard went separate ways with The Square to open his new pursuit Elystan Street; Michael Wignall left The Latymer for Gidleigh Park to assume control from Michael Caines and held two stars and Matt Gillan proceeded onward from The Pass in West Sussex.
Claude Bosi likewise shut his Michelin star eatery Hibiscus only two days before the outcomes were uncovered, which means the quantity of two-star eateries in the UK has diminished by two to twenty-one.
There were likewise some new extraordinary acknowledgment grants introduced toward the start of the function – Clare Smyth brought home the title of Michelin Female Chef 2017, while the front of house group at Peel's at Hampton Manor (which was additionally granted a Michelin star) were given the Michelin Welcome Service Award 2017.
It was a decent result for the north of England, as eateries, for example, Kevin Tickle's Forest Side and Gilpin Hotel and Lake House in Cumbria earned their first stars. Hackney in London likewise picked up its first star, with Ellory making the cut.
Michelin-featured eateries that shut and in this way lost their stars incorporate Brasserie Chavot and Arbutus in London, Mr Underhill's at Dinham Weir in Shropshire and Sangster's in Fife. Different eateries that have lost their Michelin stars this year are London's Wild Honey, Launceston Place and L'Autre Pied; Paris House in Woburn; Drake's in Surrey; Ockenden Manor in West Sussex; The Terrace at Montagu Arms Hotel and Thackeray's in Kent.
The Michelin Guide 2017: Restaurants to pay special mind to one year from now