Future of Fine Dining

While fine dining remains the ultimate eat-out experience, there's a definite trickle-down effect to 'fast fine' - which offers consumers the broader aspects they value from fine dining, just at a more affordable price point. However, this segment poses a stronger threat to casual dining restaurants compared to traditional fine dining segments.


The Araki sushi bar in Mayfair was the UK’s lone upgrade to three stars.

Bibendum in Chelsea was the only restaurant to debut at the two-star level.

Wild Honey Inn is the first pub in Ireland ever to get a Michelin star.

Michael Caines, who previously earned two stars at Gidleigh Park, which he left in 2015, receives a one-star rating for Lympstone Manor.

Tom Kerridge’s no-reservations pub The Coach gets a star.

Kerridge’s the Hand & Flowers has two stars and was the UK’s first-ever pub to receive a Michelin rating.

Paco Tapas in Bristol received one star. The restaurant’s sister restaurant Casamia — which helped put Bristol on the map — already had a Michelin star.

In 1974, Britain’s limited restaurant scene had 24 starred establishments. Today, there are more than 160

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