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Michelin men’s starring role
4:00pm Saturday 19th October 2013 in News
CHAMPAGNE corks are popping at a hotel near Bourton after it retained its coveted Michelin star for the seventh year in a row.
Lords of the Manor, in Upper Slaughter, is one of only seven establishments in Gloucestershire to hold the prestigious accolade.
The announcement comes just eight months after Richard Edwards took over as Head Chef.
Mr Edwards previously worked at the Michelin star Lucknam Park Hotel and Spa and at Heston Blumenthal’s three Michelin star establishment, The Fat Duck in Bray.
“This is one of the best days of my entire career,” he said.
“Our whole kitchen brigade has worked day and night over the past eight months to retain this accolade and I am overjoyed at Michelin’s decision.
“To have secured our prestigious Michelin star in the same week that we heard the fantastic news about being re-awarded our 3AA Rosettes, is absolutely phenomenal.”
Paul Thompson, General Manager of Lords of the Manor, said: “Michelin is the most influential guide in the world and we are thrilled that our passion and commitment for offering the highest quality cuisine has once again been recognised.
“I would like to thank Richard and his brigade for their hard work and dedication to make Lords of the Manor one of the best fine dining establishments.”
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