The Michelin Guide is the hall of fame of fine dining across the world. Receiving a Michelin star is a signifier of culinary excellence, and instantly puts that restaurant on a foodie’s bucket list.
The only issue is that these restaurants are more often than not VERY pricey, and for those foodie’s on a budget this can be an issue. However, FRESH has created a list of the cheapest Michelin Star restaurants in the UK – so whether you’re a student looking for a fancy date night or whether you’re simply looking to try out some of the UK and Ireland’s finest restaurants without spending a fortune – grab a knife and fork and tuck into the complete list of the cheapest Michelin star restaurants.
The cheapest Michelin star restaurants in the UK and Ireland
Fresh researched all the Michelin star restaurants across the UK and Ireland and picked out the most affordable ones to find where has the best value for money.
Bristol’s Paco Tapas is officially the cheapest Michelin star restaurant in the UK – Priced at as little as £25 a head, Bristol’s Paco Tapas is the most affordable Michelin star restaurant on the list. Paco tapas offers all the Spanish tapas classics, from patatas bravas to gambas al ajillo. Bringing the tastes of Spain to Bristol, after a sangria or two you’ll be forgiven for thinking that a stroll along Bristol harbourside is a sunny Balearic beach.
Leroy in Shoreditch is the cheapest Michelin star restaurant in London – London may not be known as the cheapest city in the world, but when it comes to affordable Michelin star restaurants, there are plenty of choices.
Campagne in Kilkenny is the cheapest Michelin star restaurant in the Republic of Ireland – In the medieval town of Kilkenny, you’ll find one of the most affordable Michelin star restaurants in Ireland. Campagne serves impeccable French cuisine at as little as €45 a head, making this quaint town a culinary capital.
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