Scotland's total Michelin stars reaches 12

23 January 2008 by
Scotland's total Michelin stars reaches 12

Champany Inn in West Lothian and Ballachulish House in the Highlands have joined the eight-strong list of Michelin starred- restaurants north of the border with one star awards, bringing Scotland's total haul to 12.

Ballachulish House's kitchen is run by Darin Campbell, previously head chef at Andrew Fairlie at Gleneagles.

Champany Inn is run by husband and wife team Anne and Clive Davidson.

Andrew Fairlie at Gleneagles remains the only establishment with two stars in Scotland, but no-one lost a Michelin star.

Scottish restaurants with one star include Summer Isles in the Highlands; Glenapp Castle in South Ayrshire; Braidwoods in North Ayreshire; Inverlochy Castle in Fort William; and Kockinaam Lodge in Dunfries and Galloway. The Kitchen, Number One and Martin Wishart also retained one-star status.

Recipes from Stevie McLaughlan, head chef, Andrew Fairlie@Gleneagles

Jerusalem artichokes, Black beam, Grouse >>

Roast grouse, Savoy cabbage with smoked bacon, potato rösti, caramelised pear with wild mushrooms and a juniper and red currant jus >>

Recipes from Martin Wishart

Roast saddle of farmed rabbit with Bramley apple and parsnip purées >>

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Read more on Michelin stars here >>

By Christopher Walton

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