The Michelin Stars for Ireland and Great Britain were unveiled at The MICHELIN Guide Ceremony 2024 at The Midland Hotel in Manchester on Monday, February 5.

21 restaurants on the island of Ireland were recognized in the latest round of Michelin awards - five received three stars, 15 received two stars, and one received a green star.

Among them were four Irish restaurants - one in Cork, one in Clare, one in Dublin, and one in Tipperary - that received their first-ever Michelin stars.

Check out the restaurants in Ireland and Northern Ireland that received Michelin stars for 2024 below!

Michelin's two-star restaurants in Ireland 2024

Chapter One by Mickael Viljanen, Dublin

Michelin says: "Superb service complements cooking that focuses on prime luxury ingredients and sees classic French techniques combined with subtle modern touches."

dede, Baltimore in Co Cork

Michelin says: "Chef Ahmet Dede’s Turkish heritage underpins his beautifully composed and exquisite cuisine."

Liath, Blackrock in Co Dublin

Michelin says: "The surprise tasting menu showcases bold, original dishes centred around the five tastes – salty, savoury, sweet, bitter and sour – which come together in perfect harmony. First-class ingredients are present throughout, treated with precision and strong modern technique by the chefs."

Patrick Guilbaud, Dublin

Michelin says the accomplished cooking is "French at heart yet has a restrained modernity and showcases some bold yet superbly balanced flavours. The Irish ingredients are certainly luxurious, and both the wine cellar and the wine list are works of art."

Terre, Castlemartyr in Co Cork (*New)

Michelin says: "The striking and sophisticated dishes showcase the best of the local larder alongside more international flavours which highlight the chef’s time in Asia; the sauces are superlative."  Located inside the Michelin-recommended Castlemartyr Resort.

Receiving Two MICHELIN Stars, Terre provides original, modern cooking worthy of its setting inside the breathtaking @CastlemartyrRes#MICHELINGuideGBI #2MICHELINStars

— The MICHELIN Guide (@MichelinGuideUK) February 5, 2024

Michelin's one-star restaurants in Ireland 2024

Aniar, Galway

Michelin says: "The cooking cleverly blends traditional and modern techniques, while contrasts in texture, temperature and acidity are also a feature."

Bastible, Dublin

Michelin says: "The modern set menu features top class Irish ingredients at the height of season and each main ingredient is given the space to shine. Dishes are stripped-back, flavours are bold, and servings are generous: this is cooking that comes from the heart."

Bastion, Kinsale in Co Cork

Michelin says: "Natural flavours are kept to the fore and local seafood is a highlight. The skilfully prepared, exacting dishes take on a modern style and often exhibit a playful, innovative element, while at the same time showing depth in their flavours and textures."

Campagne, Kilkenny

Michelin says: "Top quality Irish ingredients are showcased in richly flavoured, classic dishes: you won’t find foams or smears on your plate here – just confidently cooked, skilfully balanced dishes, with exemplary plating, saucing and seasoning."

Chestnut, Ballydehob in Co Cork

Michelin says: "Skeaghanore duck is among the County Cork produce championed on the constantly evolving tasting menu, where skilfully prepared dishes show a great understanding of textures and tastes, and are pleasingly understated in their pure, natural flavours."

D'Olier Street, Dublin (*New)

Michelin says: "The well-travelled, Australian-born chef prepares a surprise menu and, while the techniques and influences might be global, the focus of the dishes remains firmly on the main ingredient – as with the prime quality, expertly seasoned cod with basil, girolles and chicken."

One MICHELIN Star goes to D’Olier Street in #Dublin, where the dishes are as beautiful as the building#MICHELINGuideGBI #MICHELINStar

— The MICHELIN Guide (@MichelinGuideUK) February 5, 2024

Glovers Alley, Dublin

Michelin says: "Andy McFadden’s cooking is characterised by boldness – both in its flavours and textures – and his experience shines through in creative, modern dishes which are skilfully prepared and artfully presented."

Homestead Cottage, Doolin in Co Clare (*New)

Michelin says: "Wonderful Irish produce is used in equally impressive dishes that are clean and modern, with no unnecessary frills."

The terrific cooking at @Homesteaddoolin brings One MICHELIN Star to Ireland’s rural west coast#Doolin #MICHELINGuideGBI #MICHELINStar

— The MICHELIN Guide (@MichelinGuideUK) February 5, 2024

Lady Helen, Thomastown in Co Kilkenny

Michelin says: "John Kelly’s boldly flavoured, visually impressive dishes are skilfully prepared, and ingredients come from the estate, the county and the coast. Playful desserts make a memorable finish."

OX, Belfast

Michelin says: "The starting point for the surprise tasting menus is the ingredients; chef-owner Stephen Toman and his team take great care in selecting – and even growing – the very best. Cooking has a refined, sophisticated style, with a great balance of tastes and textures."

The Bishop's Buttery, Cashel in Co Tipperary (*New)

Michelin says: "Desserts are a highlight among cooking that keeps a focus on each central ingredient, which is then skilfully enhanced with complementary flavours." Located inside the Michelin-recommended Cashel Palace. 

The luxurious @CashelPalace now has a One MICHELIN Star restaurant thanks to the team at The Bishop’s Buttery#Cashel #MICHELINGuideGBI #MICHELINStar

— The MICHELIN Guide (@MichelinGuideUK) February 5, 2024

The Muddlers Club, Belfast

Michelin says: "Chef Gareth McCaughey’s philosophy is to source top ingredients, prepare them well and not overcomplicate things, as proven by the surprise tasting menu spotlighting superb Irish produce like Kilkeel scallops and Wicklow venison."

The Oak Room, Adare in Co Limerick

Michelin says: "The assured, refreshingly understated cooking champions top Irish ingredients, with dishes comprising just 3 or 4 components and allowing each one the room to make an impression. Combinations are refined and well-balanced, and great attention is given to the finer details."

Variety Jones, Dublin

Michelin says: "Highly original yet unfussy dishes burst with freshness and flavour, and many are cooked over the open fire; [chef-owner Keelan Higgs] loves this concept, as no two dishes will ever be exactly the same."

Wild Honey Inn, Lisdoonvarna in Co Clare

Michelin says Anthony Demetre's cooking is "impressive but defined by a refreshing lack of showmanship. His appealing dishes are as generous in size as they are rewarding in flavour, from duck and pork terrine en croute to rabbit with slow-cooked cottage pie."

Michelin's green-star restaurants in Ireland 2024

Kai, Galway

Michelin says: "Dishes are often understated in appearance, but just a handful of ingredients are needed for plentiful flavour; keep an eye out for the specials, like a super 'conference pear tarte Tatin.'"

*Originally published in February 2024. Updated in June 2024.