Amethyst in London (pictured) was the only restaurant to receive four AA rosettes at the 2023 AA Rosette Awards on 28 February.
It also marked the highest honour at this year's ceremony, as no restaurant qualified for the highest award of five AA rosettes.
Fourteen restaurants were granted three AA rosettes.
Recipients of three AA rosettes included One Devonshire Gardens by Hotel du Vin in Scotland; Upstairs by Tom Shepherd in the West Midlands; Home by James Sommerin in Wales; and Karrek, St Enodoc hotel in Cornwall.
Simon Numphud, managing director at AA Hotel & Hospitality Services, which operates the AA quality assessment schemes, said: "This year we've seen an exceptional level of culinary excellence demonstrated by those receiving our coveted three and four AA rosettes.
"I'm constantly inspired by the resilience, innovation and quality demonstrated by these trailblazers in our industry. Congratulations to the chefs and front of house teams who have helped make their rosette awards possible."
New four AA rosettes
New three AA rosettes
- Upstairs by Tom Shepherd, West Midlands
- The Traddock, North Yorkshire
- Smoke, Hampton Manor, West Midlands
- Home by James Sommerin, Wales
- Karrek, St Enodoc Hotel, Cornwall
- The Dog and Gun Inn, Cumbria
- Turnips with Tomas Ludakevicius, London
- Thornbury Castle, Gloucestershire
- The Checkers, Wales
- Ben Wilkinson at The Pass, South Lodge, West Sussex
- Alex Dilling, Hotel Café Royal, London
- 263, Lancashire
- Restaurant 1890 by Gordon Ramsay, London
- One Devonshire Gardens by Hotel du Vin Glasgow, Scotland
The AA rosette awards were established in 1956. The allocation of rosettes is determined by one or more visits by an AA inspector to a hotel or restaurant. Restaurants that receive three rosettes or higher join the "top 15% of all restaurants".