Michelin Stars 2012 – Cheltenham a worthy gastronomic destination

The Michelin Guide to Great Britain and Ireland 2012 has just been released and three nearby Gloucestershire restaurants have been awarded the coveted stars.

The latest edition of this world famous gastronomic guide sees Cheltenham’s Le Champignon Sauvage retain its two-star rating yet again and is just one of 17 restaurants throughout Great Britain and Ireland to be awarded two stars which signify ‘’excellent cooking / worth making a detour’’.  The modern French cooking of Le Champignon Sauvage, which serves such delights as seared scallops with cauliflower puree, cumin veloute and ras-el-hanout caramel, has long been a firm favourite of both local and travelling foodies alike.  This gastronomic sensation is located in The Suffolks within walking distance of Hilden House, making us the ideal place to stay after sampling its delights.  A combination truly worth making the detour!

Elsewhere in the area 5 North Street in nearby Winchcombe and the Lords of the Manor restaurant in Upper Slaughter have again been awarded one Michelin star.

To see a full list of our recommended places to eat out in Cheltenham, please click here.

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