2022 Michelin Guide for Great Britain and Ireland has published on 16th February. Our Farm owner, chef and co-founder Simon Rogan’s L’Enclume had awarded two Michelin stars nine years ago won the third Michelin star this year.
The restaurant opened 20 years ago in Cumbria focuses on hyper-local, seasonal produce and ingredients, including fruits, vegetables and herbs sourced from his 12-acre Our Farm. So the menus at L’Enclume are often changed based on what is available. L’Enclume earned its first star in 2005 and second in 2013. And this year it becomes the first UK restaurant outside the southeast to win three stars.
“Words cannot express the joy that I’m feeling. It’s fantastic timing that we have received this news 20 years since I opened the doors of L’Enclume. Achieving the third star has always been front of mind and something we’ve been striving for every day.” told Rogan to Daily Telegraph. The guide described the restaurant as highly accomplished and a truly memorable experience.
Twenty-five restaurants were awarded a new star. There are 19 new one-star restaurants, five new two-star restaurants, and one three-star. Also, nine restaurants were awarded Michelin green stars for their sustainability credentials.
Here is the list of new stars:
Trivet, Bermondsey, London
Evelyn’s Table, Soho, London
Home, Penarth, Vale of Glamorgan
Wild Honey, St James’s, London
Unalome by Graeme Cheevers, Glasgow
The Barn at Moor Hall, Aughton, Lancashire
Jamavar, Mayfair, London
Meadowsweet, Holt, Norfolk
Glovers Alley, Dublin
Frog by Adam Handling, Covent Garden, London
Kol, Marylebone, London
The Bridge Arms, Canterbury, Kent
Upstairs, Lichfield, Staffordshire
The Glenturret Lalique restaurant, Crieff
The Dog and Gun Inn, Skelton, Cumbria
Sollip, Southwark, London
Pine, East Wallhouses, Northumberland
Chapter One, Dublin
Ynyshir, Machynlleth, Powys
Ikoyi, St James’s, London
Clove Club, Shoreditch, London
L’Enclume, Cartmel, Cumbria