Michelin stars for Norfolk restaurants
Two Norfolk's restaurants have kept their place in eating out's most coveted guide.Morston Hall, at Morston and the Neptune Inn, at Old Hunstanton, are both starred entrants in the 2010 Michelin Guide.
Two Norfolk's restaurants have kept their place in eating out's most coveted guide.
Morston Hall, at Morston and the Neptune Inn, at Old Hunstanton, are both starred entrants in the 2010 Michelin Guide.
Anonymous, professional inspectors visit each establishment on a number of occasions for the yearbook, which calls itself 'the classic guide to exceptional restaurants'.
While Norfolk eateries were toasting their inclusion, TV chef Gordon Ramsay lost his star for the Art deco Room at Claridge's in London. His flagship Chelsea restaurant kept its three-star rating.
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For the second year running, the list of starred restaurants was leaked in advance of publication. This year's culprit was said to be a chef who had ordered the book in advance from the online retailer Amazon, to find out whether he had been included.
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