The British Isles’ best places to eat revealed in the AA’s Restaurant Guide 2022

A brand new guide by the AA has named the best restaurants in the British Isles.

The Restaurant Guide 2022 delves into each of the restaurants that have been awarded prestigious rosettes by AA inspectors. It’s essential reading for gourmands, and it’s long-awaited – for the first time in 50 years, the AA released no guide in 2020.

The 28th edition of the guide showcases 1,700 eateries, including 100 new entries, each handpicked for their ‘culinary excellence’. Here are a few of the mouthwatering restaurants that made the cut…

Hambleton Hall, Oakham, Rutland

Aaron Patterson has been the head chef at four-rosette Hambleton Hall, pictured above, since 1992

This ‘handsome country house hotel… enjoys an enviable lakeside setting, with gardens and grounds covering 17 acres surrounded by Rutland Water’.

Aaron Patterson has been the head chef at the four-rosette establishment since 1992, curating dishes with a ‘focus on the very best local produce’.

‘Patterson’s cooking is often understated and deceptively simple, with flavours allowed to speak for themselves,’ the guide says, with the likes of ‘terrine of heritage carrot’ or ‘lasagne of girolle mushrooms with Iberico ham and grappa sauce’ making an appearance on the menu. The ‘extensive’ wine list, meanwhile, offers ‘a very good choice by the glass’.

Bryn Williams at Porth Eirias, Colwyn Bay, Wales 

The AA says diners can expect to enjoy 'sharp, modern British bistro ideas' at Bryn Williams at Porth Eirias

The AA says diners can expect to enjoy ‘sharp, modern British bistro ideas’ at Bryn Williams at Porth Eirias 

Welsh chef Bryn Williams’ eponymous restaurant, Bryn Williams at Porth Eirias, has two rosettes and offers ‘sweeping views of Colwyn Bay’.

Inside, ‘exposed steelwork, pendant lights and industrial-chic create the feeling of a hip, big-city eatery’.

The AA says: ‘Bryn Williams made his name alongside celebrated chefs and has been chef-patron of Odette’s in London’s Primrose Hill since 2008, so you can expect sharp, modern British bistro ideas.’

Paul Ainsworth at No 6, Padstow, Cornwall

Paul Ainsworth at No 6, which is set inside a Georgian townhouse in Padstow, boasts four rosettes

Paul Ainsworth at No 6, which is set inside a Georgian townhouse in Padstow, boasts four rosettes 

Four-rosette restaurant Paul Ainsworth at No 6, which opened its doors in 2005, is housed in a Georgian townhouse in Padstow, with ‘the period charm of the spaces intact and bold artworks peppering the walls’.

According to the AA, Ainsworth’s cooking, which is interpreted at the restaurant by chef Chris McClurg, ‘has always tended towards the creatively sharp end of the modern British spectrum, with technical pizzazz galore and eye-catching presentation’. 

What can diners expect from the menu? The AA reveals: ‘Prime materials of the finest and freshest to be found in Cornwall’s seasonal larder are helped along by global goodies in dishes that deliver muscular layers of flavour and texture.’

Wreckfish, Liverpool 

Wreckfish, pictured, has wooden floors and tables, and 'exposed brickwork gives it a stripped-back industrial feel'

Wreckfish, pictured, has wooden floors and tables, and ‘exposed brickwork gives it a stripped-back industrial feel’

Wreckfish is run by chef Gary Usher, who used crowdfunding to get the new restaurant off the ground, the AA explains.

The restaurant, which has one rosette, occupies a ‘former derelict Georgian building in the cool Ropewalks district’ and has wooden floors and tables and exposed brickwork that gives it ‘a stripped-back industrial feel’.

The guide says: ‘Staff know their stuff and make sound recommendations about dishes such as torched sea bream, braised featherblade and pork osso buco.’

Clos Maggiore, London, WC2 

According to the AA, 'the setting may be soft focus, but there's nothing whimsical about the cooking' at Clos Maggiore (pictured)

According to the AA, ‘the setting may be soft focus, but there’s nothing whimsical about the cooking’ at Clos Maggiore (pictured)

‘If you’re looking for a romantic spot, then it’s hard to beat Clos Maggiore.’ So declares the AA of the three-rosette eatery, which has ‘dried foliage adorning the walls and the ceilings’ and ‘plush and upmarket’ decor.

As for the food, the AA says ‘the setting may be soft focus, but there’s nothing whimsical about the cooking’.

The guide explains: ‘Chef Roxanne Lange serves French dishes inspired by Provencal and Italian cuisine, achieving big, clear flavours from high-quality British ingredients.’

Acleaf, Plymouth, Devon 

Acleaf, pictured above, is housed in the 'fabulously historic Tudor mansion' of Boringdon Hall

Acleaf, pictured above, is housed in the ‘fabulously historic Tudor mansion’ of Boringdon Hall

Acleaf, which has three rosettes, is located in the ‘fabulously historic Tudor mansion’ of Boringdon Hall – a ‘splendidly luxurious setting for inventively stylish British cooking’.

‘It really does offer a tangible sense of the past, with age-darkened beams and a plethora of period features,’ the AA says.

According to the guide, head chef Scott Paton creates ‘seasonally led menus’ that ‘showcase his stylishly inventive British cuisine’, featuring dishes like ‘precisely cut duck terrine with quince’ or a plate of turbot and mussels with ‘bags of flavour’. 

Hrishi at Gilpin Hotel & Lake House, Windermere, Cumbria 

Patrons can look forward to 'the very best in contemporary British cuisine' at Hrishi, according to the AA. Pictured is one of the restaurant's 'cutting edge' dishes

Patrons can look forward to ‘the very best in contemporary British cuisine’ at Hrishi, according to the AA. Pictured is one of the restaurant’s ‘cutting edge’ dishes  

The head chef at the four-rosette Hrishi at Gilpin Hotel & Lake House is Hrishikesh Desai, and the AA is incredibly impressed with his work. The guide says that the restaurant offers ‘the very best in contemporary British cuisine, subtly influenced by Desai’s Asian heritage’. 

‘There’s a real sense that this is exciting, cutting-edge cooking,’ it adds.

According to the AA, the Gilpin Hotel & Lake House is a ‘fabulously chic and luxurious bolthole’ located in ’21 acres of woodland gardens’ with an ‘air of sophisticated tranquillity’. 

Northcote Restaurant, Langho, Lancashire 

A dish served at Northcote Restaurant, where chef Lisa Goodwin-Allen reinterprets classic dishes with a 'definite Lancashire accent'

A dish served at Northcote Restaurant, where chef Lisa Goodwin-Allen reinterprets classic dishes with a ‘definite Lancashire accent’



The Fat Duck, Bray, Berkshire

Here expect a ‘four-hour marathon of idiosyncratic and inventive eating – a bucket list experience’.  The ice cream is crab flavoured and rocket-shaped ice lollies taste of Waldorf salad, reveals the AA guide. ‘Theatrical ingenuity.’ 

Casamia Restaurant, Bristol

This eatery delivers ‘driven-by-the-seasons tasting menus’ that are ‘flawlessly executed’. 

Midsummer House Restaurant, Cambridge

Highlights here include ‘slowly cooked Loch Duart salmon, white chocolate and caviar sauce and finger lime; grass-fed Yorkshire beef, pickled anchovy and beurre rouge, and strawberries with ewe’s yoghurt and garden lovage’.

L’Enclume, Cartmel, Cumbria

Dishes here include ‘fritter of Duroc pig and smoked eel, Jersey Royal potatoes in onion ashes with pickled walnut, and Cornish Texel Cross lamb loin with white Lisbon onions’. 

Lympstone Manor Hotel, Exmouth, Devon

The cooking here ‘delivers a seamless blend of classical technique and precision with contemporary riffs on flavour and texture’. 

Moor Hall Restaurant with Rooms, Ormskirk, Lancashire

The chefs here rustle up the likes of ‘baked carrots with Doddington cheese, chrysanthemum and sea buckthorn, and Cornish sea bass with mussel, courgette and sea greens’. 

Restaurant Sat Bains with Rooms, Nottingham 

A visit to Sat Bains will see your taste buds delight in the likes of a samphire, bonito and seaweed fritter; balsamic ice cream on a sourdough cracker, and venison from deer culled at nearby Wollaton Hall with beets and truffle. 

Belmond Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons, Great Milton, Oxfordshire

Le Manoir offers five, six and seven-course tasting menus, with vegetarian and vegan options – and a children’s menu too. 


Restaurant Story, SE1 

The AA guide says that here the menu descriptions ‘reveal little of the highly worked detail in every dish’. It says: ‘For a main you might expect a plump roasted langoustine keeping company with a rich bisque and burnt apple puree, while the principal meat dish matches tender pigeon with ratte potato puree, rainbow chard and a punchy pigeon sauce with walnuts.’ 

Marcus, SW1

Here the delights include ‘skate roasted on the bone with chicken butter and sea vegetable, and smoked pork cheek with piccalilli, and bacon broth’.

Claude Bosi at Bibendum, SW3

Here, ‘most meals begin with a “Bibendum egg” – a white eggshell in a beautiful silver eggcup, filled perhaps with artichoke puree topped with creamy coconut foam and a dusting of vanilla powder’. Other dishes include ‘Orkney scallops with brown butter dashi and lemon caviar and Cornish turbot a la Grenobloise’. 

Helene Darroze at The Connaught, W1

The guide says of the offerings here: ‘Menus reveal the source of each dish’s main element, and are always top quality. Unlike some places, vegetarians are no mere afterthought.’

Pollen Street Social, W1

Here ‘every dish is unfailingly precise’, with menu items including ‘Padstow lobster served with Scottish girolles’ and ‘Japanese citrus parfait, basil and yoghurt sorbet with finger lime’. 

Sketch, W1

Here the chocolate souffle takes 25 minutes to prepare, but this ‘will give you some time to recover from the intensity of your dinner’, which might include ‘salt-chamber-aged Creedy duck marinated with coffee beans’.

Core by Clare Smyth, W11

At Core you can feast on ‘morel and asparagus tart with wild garlic and vin jaune, and lamb hogget and mutton with celtuce, savoury and black cardamom’. 


The Kitchin, Edinburgh

The AA guide here tried ‘sea-fresh Scrabster monkfish wrapped in salty pancetta’ and ‘blueberry crumble souffle served with yoghurt ice cream’. 


Ynyshir, Eglwys Fach, Ceredigion  

Dinner here lasts around four hours so it’s a good idea, says the guide, to book an overnight room, too. 

There are six small tables served by the chefs themselves.

Northcote Restaurant is a ‘long-established Northern gem’ in a Victorian manor in the Ribble Valley, with ‘fabulous views of the Forest of Bowland from the terrace’.

With chef Lisa Goodwin-Allen at the helm, the four-rosette restaurant is ‘justly famous as one of the best places to eat in the North’, the AA reveals.

The guide says Goodwin-Allen ‘oversees a kitchen that takes its inspiration from the best of local ingredients, including some from Northcote’s own kitchen garden’. It adds that her ‘years of experience and technical know-how are clear to see in technical interpretations of classic dishes with a definite Lancashire accent’.

The Cherwell Boathouse, Oxford

Waterside tables at The Cherwell Boathouse - pictured above - are at a premium on fine days

Waterside tables at The Cherwell Boathouse – pictured above – are at a premium on fine days 


The AA's restaurant guide is now in its 28th edition

The AA’s restaurant guide is now in its 28th edition

One Rosette – These restaurants will be achieving standards that stand out in their local area featuring food prepared with care and good quality ingredients.

Two Rosettes – The best local restaurants, which aim for and achieve higher standards, better consistency, greater precision in cooking and obvious attention to the selection of quality ingredients.

Three Rosettes – These are outstanding restaurants that achieve standards that demand national recognition well beyond their local area. 

The cooking will be underpinned by the selection of the highest quality ingredients, the timing, seasoning and judgement of the flavour combinations. This will be supported by intuitive service and a well-chosen wine list.

Four Rosettes – Among the top restaurants in the UK where the cooking demands national recognition. These restaurants will have intense ambition, a passion for excellence, superb technical skills and remarkable consistency.

Five Rosettes – The pinnacle, where the cooking compares with the best in the world. 

These restaurants will have highly individual voices, exhibit breathtaking culinary skills and set the standards to which others aspire, yet few achieve. 

The Cherwell Boathouse in Oxford is a Victorian boathouse restaurant with one rosette, which the AA describes as ‘one of the city’s cherished institutions’.

Patrons will see ‘swans and punts paddling by on the River Cherwell’ as they dine, though ‘waterside tables are at a premium on fine days’.

The guide says: ‘Inside, the ambience is cosy and humming with the chatter of happy diners tucking in to a menu of inventive, modern British ideas.’

Galgorm, Ballymena, County Antrim 

'Flavours are clear and carefully considered and dishes are precisely constructed' at Galgorm, the AA guide reveals

‘Flavours are clear and carefully considered and dishes are precisely constructed’ at Galgorm, the AA guide reveals 

The River Room Restaurant is the fine-dining restaurant in the ‘luxurious’ Galgorm country resort, which boasts three rosettes and ‘overlooks a stretch of the River Maine’.

According to the AA, the restaurant’s ‘flavours are clear and carefully considered and dishes are precisely constructed with all the attention to detail one expects at this level’.

The guide recommends starting with the ‘excellent homemade bread’, followed by ’35-day aged beef with lardo, mushroom and black truffle’, and rounding things off with a caramelised pineapple dessert – and ‘excellent Irish artisan cheeses, should you be so inclined’.

Midsummer House Restaurant, Cambridge 

The AA is full of praise for Midsummer House Restaurant, pictured, describing it as a 'world-class dining restaurant'

The AA is full of praise for Midsummer House Restaurant, pictured, describing it as a ‘world-class dining restaurant’

With an impressive five rosettes to its name, it’s no surprise the AA describes Midsummer House Restaurant, which is set in a Victorian villa on the banks of the River Cam, as a ‘world-class dining restaurant’.

The kitchen and dining area are divided by a window, the AA reveals, through which patrons can watch chefs Daniel Clifford and Mark Abbott create ‘elegant, precise and inventive modern British dishes’.

The guide notes: ‘The concise menu descriptions are at odds with the intricacy of the food – each carefully sourced ingredient is treated with respect and is on the plate for a reason.’

L’Escargot Bleu, Edinburgh 

The snails at 'L'Escargot Bleu, pictured, 'come from Barra in the Outer Hebrides, and there's a Scottish flavour'

The snails at ‘L’Escargot Bleu, pictured, ‘come from Barra in the Outer Hebrides, and there’s a Scottish flavour’

‘L’Escargot Bleu is indeed blue – on the outside at least, and snails are present and correct among les entrees,’ the AA says of the French-Scottish restaurant, which has one rosette.

According to the guide, the menu is bilingual, and offers a range of ‘classic bistro dishes’.

Despite the French influence, the AA reveals that the snails on the menu ‘come from Barra in the Outer Hebrides, and there’s a Scottish flavour’.

House of Tides, Newcastle 

Newcastle's House of Tides, pictured above, is run by 'local culinary hero' Kenny Atkinson

Newcastle’s House of Tides, pictured above, is run by ‘local culinary hero’ Kenny Atkinson

‘Local culinary hero’ Kenny Atkinson is in charge of Newcastle’s House of Tides, a Grade-1 listed 16th-century townhouse ‘in the shadow of the iconic Tyne Bridge’ that has earned four rosettes.

According to the AA, guests sip on cocktails in the downstairs bar before heading to the ‘refined beamed dining room’ for the ‘main event’ – Atkinson’s tasting menu, which brings ‘top-flight modern cooking to Newcastle’s bustling quayside’.

The guide reveals: ‘Although produce from the North East is the cornerstone of the modern British menus, the kitchen isn’t afraid to look globally for inspiration, as in a fragrant canape of tomato and cumin gougere. Everything that appears from the kitchen is top-drawer.’

Ghan House Carlingford, County Louth, Republic of Ireland

The cuisine at Ghan House, pictured, 'has a French base, but offers plenty of interesting combinations', according to the AA

The cuisine at Ghan House, pictured, ‘has a French base, but offers plenty of interesting combinations’, according to the AA

Ghan House is ‘set on the shores of Carlingford Lough, just before it reaches the sea’ – and the restaurant makes good use of seafood from the lough, according to the AA.

The guide reveals that the two-rosette eatery, which is based in a Georgian townhouse with a walled garden and a pond, has ‘a high ceiling, gilded plasterwork and a baby grand piano’. 

‘Cuisine has a French base, but offers plenty of interesting combinations,’ the AA adds.

Riverstation, Bristol

Guests can arrive at Riverstation by boat, according to the AA. The one-rosette restaurant is set on the River Avon

Guests can arrive at Riverstation by boat, according to the AA. The one-rosette restaurant is set on the River Avon 

‘Being on the River Avon as it flows through the city’s docks, the views from Riverstation’s terrace and balcony are outstanding,’ says the AA.

Guests can even arrive at the one-rosette restaurant by boat, according to the AA, which instructs: ‘Just ask your ferryman to dock at the restaurant’s own pontoon.’

Riverstation’s ‘seasonally changing menu’ is filled with ‘fresh and inspiring modern British and European dishes’, while patrons in the downstairs bar can indulge in ‘brunches, English classics and small plates’. 





Restaurant Coworth Park, Ascot


The Hand & Flowers, Marlow


Paul Ainsworth at No. 6, Padstow

Outlaw’s New Road, Port Isaac


Forest Side, Grasmere

Hrishi at Gilpin Hotel & Lake House, Windermere


Le Champignon Sauvage, Cheltenham


Adam Reid at The French, Manchester

Mana, Manchester


Hipping Hall, Cowan Bridge

Northcote Restaurant, Langho


Winteringham Fields, Winteringham


Dinner by Heston Blumenthal, SW1

Muse, SW1

Seven Park Place by William Drabble, SW1

The Five Fields, SW3

Restaurant Gordon Ramsay, SW3

Alain Ducasse at The Dorchester, W1

Murano, W1

The Ritz Restaurant, W1


Fraiche, Oxton


Morston Hall, Blakeney


Alchemilla, Nottingham


Orwells, Henley-on-Thames


Hambleton Hall, Oakham


Tuddenham Mill, Newmarket


Steve Smith at Latymer, Bagshot

Sorrel, Dorking


Gravetye Manor Hotel, West Hoathly


House of Tides, Newcastle upon Tyne


Hampton Manor, Solihull


The Dining Room, Malmesbury


The Angel at Hetton, Hetton

The Black Swan at Oldstead,



The Man Behind The Curtain, Leeds



Ocean Restaurant at The Atlantic Hotel, St Brelade

Tassili, St Helier



21212, Edinburgh

Number One, The Balmoral, Edinburgh

Restaurant Martin Wishart, Edinburgh


Andrew Fairlie at Gleneagles, Auchterarder



Sosban & The Old Butcher’s Restaurant, Menai Bridge


The Whitebrook, Whitebrook



Restaurant Patrick Guilbaud, Dublin


The Lady Helen Restaurant, Thomastown




Paris House Restaurant, Woburn


The Hind’s Head, Bray

The Waterside Inn, Bray

The Crown, Burchett’s Green

The Vineyard, Newbury

The Woodspeen – Restaurant and Cookery School, Newbury

L’Ortolan, Shinfield


The Artichoke, Amersham

The Coach, Marlow

Humphry’s at Stoke Park, Stoke Poges

The Cliveden Dining Room, Taplow


Hell Bay Hotel, Bryher

Merchants Manor, Falmouth

The Seafood Restaurant, Padstow

Kota Restaurant with Rooms, Porthleven

Driftwood, Portscatho

Hotel Tresanton, St Mawes


Lake Road Kitchen, Ambleside

The Old Stamp House Restaurant, Ambleside

Rothay Manor Hotel, Ambleside

Allium at Askham Hall, Askham

The Cottage in the Wood, Braithwaite

Rogan & Co Restaurant, Cartmel

Pentonbridge Inn, Penton

The Samling, Windermere


Cavendish Hotel, Baslow

Fischer’s Baslow Hall, Baslow

The Peacock at Rowsley, Rowsley


Gidleigh Park, Chagford

Paschoe House, Crediton

The Old Inn, Drewsteignton

Great Western, Moretonhampstead

Acleaf, Plymouth

The Elephant Restaurant by Simon Hulstone, Torquay


The Ollerod, Beaminster

Summer Lodge Country House Hotel, Restaurant & Spa, Evershot


The Orangery, Darlington


Le Talbooth, Dedham

Haywards Restaurant, Epping


Buckland Manor, Buckland

The Greenway Hotel & Spa, Cheltenham

Lumière, Cheltenham

The Slaughters Manor House, Lower Slaughter

Wilder, Nailsworth

The Feathered Nest Inn, Nether Westcote

Lords of the Manor, Upper Slaughter


Where the Light Gets In, Stockport


The Terrace Restaurant at The Montagu Arms Hotel, Beaulieu

36 On The Quay, Emsworth

The Elderflower Restaurant, Lymington

Hartnett Holder & Co, Lyndhurst


THOMPSON St Albans, St Albans


The West House Restaurant with Rooms, Biddenden

ABode Canterbury, Canterbury

Fordwich Arms, Canterbury

Hide and Fox, Hythe

Thackeray’s, Royal Tunbridge Wells


The Barn at Moor Hall, Ormskirk

The Freemasons at Wiswell, Whalley


John’s House, Mountsorrel


Galvin La Chapelle, E1

Cornerstone by Chef Tom Brown, E9

Anglo, EC1

The Clove Club, EC1

Club Gascon, EC1

City Social, EC2

The Princess of Shoreditch, EC2

La Dame de Pic London, EC3

Odette’s, NW1

Trivet, SE1

Peninsula Restaurant, SE10

Amaya, SW1

A. Wong, SW1

Céleste at The Lanesborough, SW1

Chutney Mary, SW1

The Goring, SW1

Ikoyi, SW1

Pétrus, by Gordon Ramsay SW1

Wild Honey, SW1

Elystan Street, SW3

Trinity Restaurant, SW4

Medlar Restaurant, SW10


Winners of three rosettes continued… 

Myrtle Restaurant, SW10

Chez Bruce, SW17  

Les 110 de Taillevent, W1

The Betterment by Jason Atherton, W1

Corrigan’s Mayfair, W1

Cut at 45 Park Lane, W1

Davies and Brook, W1

Galvin at Windows Restaurant & Bar, W1

Gauthier Soho, W1

Le Gavroche Restaurant, W1

The Grill at The Dorchester, W1

Hakkasan Mayfair, W1

Hide Above, W1

Kitchen Table, W1

KOL Restaurant, W1

Locanda Locatelli, W1

Mere, W1

The Ninth, W1

No. 5 Social, W1

Ormer, W1

Orrery, W1

Pied à Terre, W1

Portland, W1

Roka Charlotte Street, W1

Roka Mayfair, W1

Sketch (The Gallery), W1

Social Eating House, W1


Umu, W1

The River Café, W6

Kitchen W8, W8

Launceston Place, W8

Clos Maggiore, WC2

Frenchie Covent Garden, WC2

Frog by Adam Handling, WC2

Kerridge’s Bar & Grill, WC2

The Northall, WC2


Chapter One Restaurant, Bromley

The Glasshouse, Kew

The Dysart Petersham, Richmond Upon Thames


The Neptune Restaurant with Rooms, Hunstanton

Benedicts, Norwich

Farmyard, Norwich

Roger Hickman’s Restaurant, Norwich

Titchwell Manor Hotel, Titchwell


Tresham Restaurant, Kettering

Murrays, Whittlebury


Shaun Dickens at The Boathouse, Henley-on-Thames

The Wild Rabbit, Kingham

Minster Mill, Minster Lovell

Two One Five, Oxford


Fishmore Hall, Ludlow

Old Downton Lodge, Ludlow

The Haughmond, Upton Magna


The Bath Priory Hotel, Restaurant & Spa, Bath

The Dower House Restaurant, Bath

The Olive Tree at the Queensberry Hotel, Bath


The Boat Inn, Lichfield


The Bildeston Crown, Bildeston


Stovell’s, Chobham

Tony Parkin at The Tudor Room, Egham

Langshott Manor, Horley

The Clock House, Ripley


Etch by Steven Edwards, Brighton

The Little Fish Market, Brighton


Amberley Castle, Amberley

Restaurant Tristan, Horsham

The Lickfold Inn, Lickfold

Restaurant Interlude, Lower Beeding

AG’S Restaurant at Alexander House Hotel, Turners Hill


The Cross at Kenilworth, Kenilworth

The Dining Room at Mallory Court Hotel, Royal Leamington Spa

Salt, Stratford-upon-Avon


Adam’s, Birmingham

Carters of Moseley, Birmingham

Purnell’s, Birmingham

Simpsons, Birmingham


Bybrook at The Manor House Hotel, Castle Combe

Restaurant Hywel Jones by Lucknam Park, Colerne

Red Lion Freehouse, Pewsey


The Back Garden, Broadway

MO, Broadway

Brockencote Hall

Country House Hotel, Chaddesley Corbett


Yorebridge House, Bainbridge

The Burlington Restaurant, Bolton Abbey

Goldsborough Hall, Goldsborough

Horto Restaurant, Harrogate

The Pheasant Hotel, Helmsley

Forge, Middleton Tyas

Shaun Rankin at Grantley Hall, Ripon

The Hare, Scawton

The Bow Room Restaurant at Grays Court, York

Roots York Restaurant, York


Joro Restaurant, Sheffield


Box Tree, Ilkley



Longueville Manor Hotel, St Saviour



Douneside House, Tarland


Gordon’s, Inverkeilor


Restaurant at Isle of Eriska, Eriska

Airds Hotel and Restaurant, Port Appin

Inver Restaurant, Strachur


Glenapp Castle, Ballantrae


Knockinaam Lodge, Portpatrick


The Pompadour, Edinburgh


The Cellar, Anstruther

The Peat Inn, Peat Inn

Road Hole Restaurant, St Andrews


Cail Bruich, Glasgow

The Gannet, Glasgow

Unalome by Graeme Cheevers, Glasgow


Edinbane Lodge, Edinbane

Michel Roux Jr at Inverlochy Castle, Fort William

The Cross, Kingussie

Kilcamb Lodge Hotel, Strontian

The Torridon 1887 Restaurant, Torridon


Crossbasket Castle, Blantyre


Fonab Castle Hotel & Spa, Pitlochry


Windlestraw, Walkerburn


Loch Bay Restaurant, Stein

The Three Chimneys & The House Over-By, Colbost


Roman Camp Country House Hotel, Callander

Cromlix and Chez Roux, Dunblane



Bodysgallen Hall and Spa, Llandudno


Palé Hall Hotel & Restaurant, Bala


The Walnut Tree Inn, Abergavenny


The Fernery, Narberth


Llangoed Hall, Llyswen


Beach House Restaurant at Oxwich Beach, Oxwich



Deanes EIPIC, Belfast

OX, Belfast


Galgorm, Ballymena


Lough Erne Resort, Enniskillen



The Dining Room at Gregans Castle, Ballyvaughan

 Source: The AA Restaurant Guide 2022


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