Three restaurants in Dublin, one in Cork, one in Dingle, and one in Belfast have all been awarded Bib Gourmands in the 2024 edition of the Michelin Guide Great Britain & Ireland.

The latest round of Bib Gourmand recipients was announced on Monday, January 29, ahead of this year’s Michelin Guide Ceremony for Great Britain & Ireland (which you can read about right here).

Michelin notes that the Bib Gourmand distinction - named after Bibendum, the official name of the Michelin Man - “highlights restaurants offering great quality, great value cooking.”

Gwendal Poullennec, International Director of The MICHELIN Guide, said: “These are establishments that deserve recognition for their continued commitment to offering affordable, delicious cooking. 

“The generosity and value for money they offer is wonderful to see during these challenging economic times.”

Ichigo Ichie Bistro & Natural Wine - Cork City, Co Cork

Michelin says: "A new incarnation of the original Ichigo Ichie, this is a more relaxed and accessibly priced restaurant that comes with the bustle of contented diners."

A #BibGourmand goes to Ichigo Ichie Bistro & Natural Wine in #Cork, which provides Japanese cooking in a relaxed environment #MICHELINGuideGBI

— The MICHELIN Guide (@MichelinGuideUK) January 29, 2024

Solas - Dingle, Co Kerry

Michelin says: "Spanish flavors mingle with Irish produce in dishes that have been given a fresh spin without losing their identity."

Spanish flavours mingle with Irish produce at Solas in #Dingle, which has been awarded a #BibGourmand #MICHELINGuideGBI

— The MICHELIN Guide (@MichelinGuideUK) January 29, 2024

La Gordita - Dublin City, Co Dublin

Michelin says La Gordita features "Spanish delights" and describes the Dublin restaurant as a "lively spot with authentic cooking."

Bringing authentic Spanish cooking and a terrific buzz to the #Dublin dining scene, a #Bib Gourmand goes to @LaGorditaDublin #MICHELINGuideGBI

— The MICHELIN Guide (@MichelinGuideUK) January 29, 2024

Amy Austin - Dublin City, Dublin

Michelin says: "The internationally influenced dishes are accompanied by free-flowing wine on tap."

Influences come from all over the world at the lively Amy Austin in #Dublin, which is awarded a #BibGourmand #MICHELINGuideGBI

— The MICHELIN Guide (@MichelinGuideUK) January 29, 2024

Lottie’s - Rathmines, Co Dublin

Michelin says Lottie's is "a buzzing neighborhood brasserie serving unfussy dishes packed with flavor."

In the #Dublin suburb of #Rathmines, a #BibGourmand goes to the buzzing neighbourhood brasserie Lottie’s #MICHELINGuideGBI

— The MICHELIN Guide (@MichelinGuideUK) January 29, 2024

Home - Belfast, Co Antrim

Home regained its Bib Gourmand distinction this year "thanks to a new chef and some terrific produce," Michelin said, adding "The extensive menus include a host of delicious dishes at an attractive price, accompanied by friendly service and a welcoming feel."

Delicious dishes at an attractive price have secured a #BibGourmand for @homepopup in #Belfast #MICHELINGuideGBI

— The MICHELIN Guide (@MichelinGuideUK) January 29, 2024

* Originally published in Jan 2024, updated in June 2024.