Twelve Buckinghamshire restaurants named in Michelin's latest 'food bible'

The Michelin Guide is widely considered to be the 'gastronomic bible' of where to eat out,  and there are a number of restaurants in Buckinghamshire recommended by the 2021 edition of the famous guidebook.

Wednesday, 3rd February 2021, 10:45 am
The Pilgrim is one of 12 top restaurants named in the guide

Across the county there is no shortage of top quality places to eat.

Not all of the entrants have been awarded the prestigious Michelin star, but all have been recommended by the guide.

Here are 12 Buckinghamshire restaurants that feature in the book that are certainly worth the drive (once lockdown restrictions are lifted, of course).

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Serving modern cuisine – “A friendly community pub ... proper home-cooking”
Serving regional cuisine – “Great value dishes arrive in hearty portions, packed full of flavour”
Traditional British fayre – “The menu features classic British dishes and heartwarming puddings”
Serving modern British food – “Top quality local and garden ingredients lead the daily menu”
Serving modern British menu – “Well-measured flavour combinations have an understated complexity”
Serving traditional British food – “Robust, satisfying dishes follow the seasons and have a British heart”
Serving modern British dishes – “Creative menus are highly seasonal, and textures and flavours are well thought out”
Serving modern British fayre – “Charming staff, tasty cooking and reasonable prices”
Serving modern British meals – “Cooking is tasty, satisfying and seasonal”
Serving modern British menu – Tom Kerridge’s pub classics “are elevated to new heights”
Serving Indian dishes – “South Indian recipes are given a sophisticated modern makeover”
Serving French cuisine – “Enjoy classic French dishes cooked with confidence”