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Ireland gains one new Michelin star

15 January 2010 by
Ireland gains one new Michelin star

Just one restaurant in the Republic of Ireland has gained a Michelin star, while there was also one deletion.

The House (at Cliff House Hotel) in Ardmore, Co. Waterford ,where Dutch head chef Martijn Kajuiters is at the helm, gained a single star.

The addition takes the number of Michelin-starred restaurants in the Republic of Ireland to six, including Restaurant Patrick Guilbaud in Dublin, which retains its two stars.

Northern Ireland remained unchanged, with just one Michelin-starred restaurant - Deanes in Belfast.

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By Neil Gerrard

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