Westmeath Restaurant Retains Michelin Status For 2021

Lawrence Kim
January 26, 2021

Head chef Ahmet Dede was previously awarded a Michelin star in the 2019 edition of the Michelin Guide to Great Britain and Ireland when his Mews restaurant was awarded the prize.

Ireland has a new Michelin-starred restaurant, with the much-anticipated award of a star to Ahmet Dede for his restaurant Dede, in Baltimore, which opened a year ago.

It's one of 22 Irish restaurants to make this year's list.

The Wild Honey Inn in Lisdoonvarna has kept its Michelin Star status.

In Northern Ireland, three Belfast restaurants - Eipic (Howard Street), Ox (Oxford Street) and The Muddlers Club (Cathedral Quarter) - have also retained their Michelin Star status.

Michelin's first Green stars, for businesses that embrace sustainability, were awarded to 23 restaurants, three of them in Ireland and all of those in Galway.

A WEST CORK restaurant has been announced as Ireland's newest recipient of a Michelin star at the United Kingdom and Ireland awards for 2020 today. They are Inis Meain Restaurant and Suites, on the Aran Islands, and Kai and Loam, both in Galway city.

The awards recognise those establishments offering good food at affordable prices.

Speaking at its launch, Gwendal Poullennec, International Director of the Michelin Guides, said: "This has been a hugely challenging period for the hospitality industry and our thoughts remain with all those who have suffered from the pandemic and by the restrictions that have been put in place". This is down to the hard work of all the team, .

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