Yorkshire Michelin Star Restaurants

If your looking for some good food at some of the best Yorkshire Michelin star restaurants, then you’ve come to the right place. There’s no better place to enjoy some fine dining foods. Yorkshire has been one of the Uk’s counties with the highest number of Michelin-starred restaurants, so we’ve created a list of the seven that are located in and around Yorkshire. 

The Star Inn at Harome

The Star Inn at Harome can be found just outside of the town of Helmsley, in the North York Moors National Park. This Michelin-star restaurant is full of character, with its thatched 14th-century look, low beamed ceilings and Michelin stared food. This Yorkshire restaurant is run by Andrew Pern, who also runs some more Yorkshire-based restaurants. Andrew Pern has brought his french flare and passion for french cuisine back to Yorkshire, which has now paid off as the Star Inn has been awarded seven awards of excellence. This Yorkshire restaurant has a range of different menus, fine wines and bears. 

The Black Swan at Oldstead

This restaurant is nestled in the countryside, on the edge of North York Moors, between Thirsk and Helmsley. Tommy Banks, the owner of The Black Swan, produces a lot of its products used on the menu on site. As the Banks family have farmed for a number of years and generations at Oldstead. You are able to enjoy a number of specially made cocktails at this Yorkshire Michelin star restaurant, which are made using the Black Swan’s own preserved fruits and herbs. 

The Angel at Hetton

The Angel at Hetton is often known as one of the Uk’s first gastropubs. Not only is this a 15th-century country inn, but it also has stunning views of the Yorkshire dales national park, so you can enjoy its views and food. This gastropub has held its Michelin star since 2019, where you can choose from la carte and tasting menus. With many different takes on pub classics, that is offered with a warm welcome. Not only does this offer fine dining and pub classics, but there are also 9 luxury bedrooms, if you’re looking for Yorkshire Michelin star restaurants that you can get away to then this is the one for you.

The Pipe and Glass

This is one of the Yorkshire Michelin star restaurants than can be found in the East of Yorkshire, in the town of Beverly. This restaurant has held its star since 2010, as the chef James Mackenzie and his wife Katie have served up traditional English pub classics, but with a serving of modernity and luxury. This is the perfect place for any pub-goers, that don’t just love food but love the good quality as well. For anyone wanting to be cosy and indulge in some English classics, the pipe and glass cater to everyone. Whether you have children, dogs or even want a more private dining experience the Pipe and Glass has it all. 

Shaun Rankin at Grantley Hall

This is one of the newest additions to the list of Yorkshire Michelin star restaurants. Located within the luxurious Grantley hall hotel, in the countryside near Ripon. This grand mansion dates back to the 17th century, is surrounded by its green palladium grounds, and is perfect for anyone looking for a fine dining experience. Shaun Rankin who is now the leading chef has been awarded a number of Michelin stars during his career. You’ll have the chance to taste a 10-course ‘taste of home’ menu, with locally sourced meats, seafood and cheeses. Not to mention the herbs that are grown in Grantley Hall’s kitchen itself.


This is Tommy Banks’s second Michelin star restaurant, which can be found located right in the heart of York, in a 19th-century building. This uses the produce which is grown on the farmland and gardens at The Black Swan at Oldstead. This restaurant serves up an eleven-course tasting menu, with the option to add a drinks package. Although this restaurant is perfect for offering farm-to-gork dining, it is also located right next to the museum’s gardens, which helps it to do so. Their tasting menu rotates and changes based on the three seasons, which helps to implement the use of root vegetables and their best ingredients all year round. 

The Man Behind the Curtain

If you are on the hunt for Yorkshire Michelin star restaurants that offer Asian-influenced dishes, then The Man Behind the Curtain can offer you just that. With one of the Uk’s most cutting-edge chefs, it’s hard to beat this restaurant. Every dish is served like a piece of art. Presented to you in surroundings and decor that includes, mirrors, skateboards and graffiti. There is only one tasting menu served at the Man Behind the Curtain including dishes that have Tuna, aged beef and scallops. 

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