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Cheapest Michelin-starred restaurants revealed

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No more spending your weekends eating boring pasta and watching re-runs of Gordon Ramsay’s Hell’s Kitchen. For your convenience, LLB has compiled a list of Michelin-starred restaurants across Britain where you can enjoy a unique gastronomic experience for way less.

What are you waiting for? Get reading and reserving these hottest deals now:

Barrafina, Soho, London

This Spanish tapas bar, owned and operated by restaurateurs Sam & Eddie Hart, is ideal for a casual meal of sharing dishes and tapas-style plates. Each location offers a unique specials menu and if you’re into excellent Spanish wine, these are knockout. And don’t forget to try out the prawn and mushroom tortilla! Dishes range in price but are mostly between £5 and £10.

The Forest Side, Ambleside 

Head Chef Kevin Tickle won Grasmere’s Forest Side its Michelin Star within a year of joining in 2016 and is delighted to have retained it for the third year running. Born and bred in the Lake District and previously Head Forager at Simon Rogan’s L’Enclume, the Cumbrian landscape is at the heart of Tickle’s cooking. A lunchtime ‘Bait Menu’ consists of three courses for £40, but the best deal comes with the ‘Dinner, Bed & Breakfast getaways’, starting from £329 per room per night in a Double Room, based on two adults sharing, including a full Cumbrian breakfast and six-course L’al ‘Un tasting menu each.

Trishna, Marylebone, London

This upscale restaurant offers soul-satisfying coastal Indian cuisine. Set in the cosy Marylebone neighbourhood, Trishna’s lunch menu offers great value and a variety of options to choose from.

Angler, Moorgate

This contemporary seafood restaurant has retained its Michelin Star in the 2019 Guide for the fifth year running. Tucked away at the top of the South Place Hotel, Moorgate, Executive Chef Gary Foulkes primarily serves sublime seafood with a modern and minimalist flair. Available from Monday to Friday, lunch and dinner, the Taste of Autumn menu offers 3 courses and a glass of Champagne for just £45!

Alyn Williams at the Westbury

Alyn Williams opened his eponymous restaurant at the five-star Westbury Hotel in 2011, and was awarded a Michelin Star the following year. At lunch Tuesday to Friday, Alyn Williams at The Westbury offers a brilliant menu priced at just £35 for three courses!




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