Celebrating culinary excellence
The AA Rosette Awards recognise the UK's very best restaurants. Awarded by our experienced team of inspectors, these hard-earned accolades recognise the recipients' exceptional standards and reward the dedication of the teams who ensure consistent quality of the highest order.
The achievement of receiving multiple Rosettes is not to be underestimated. To put into context, when taken together, restaurants with 3, 4 or 5 Rosettes make up the top 10% of venues with the award. Read more about how we award Rosettes.
Congratulations to all of our March 2022 winners on their fantastic achievements. You can watch the award announcement here.
New 4-Rosette Restaurants
You’ll find Boringdon Hall’s romantic and sophisticated Àclèaf restaurant overlooking the Great Hall. Head Chef Scott Paton’s seasonally led four-course menu showcasing inventive British fare takes centre stage, while perfectly paired wine flights matched to each dish complete the experience.
Allium is Askham Hall’s most modern addition and overlooks the gardens with wonderful natural light. The cycle of life in the surrounding gardens and fields dictate the daily menus here – the result is exceptional modern British cooking with the finest of ingredients.
New 3-Rosette Restaurants
This 500-year-old inn serves up a relaxing dining experience where diners can watch the talented chefs prepare a wide range of dishes created largely from local Scottish produce. The menu features bold and ambitious dishes with a classical basis, finished with modern and innovative techniques.
Meaning ‘taste’ in Welsh, Blas – Twr y Felin Hotel’s restaurant – does exactly what it says on the tin, creating a feast for the senses using carefully sourced ingredients from predominantly Pembrokeshire suppliers. The setting of a converted windmill just a stone's throw from the sea is equally special.
This well-established Jersey foodie destination marries classical techniques with modern ones to create balanced dishes that allow the quality of the produce to shine through. Book the Chef’s Table for a true taste of the action.
With its own walled kitchen garden, diners can expect superb produce creatively handled with sharp technical skills at South Lodge’s Camellia restaurant. Laid out over three floors, the restaurant’s intimate feel is enhanced with a traditional country house style of décor.
Set within one of the city’s most impressive hotels with iconic views up to Edinburgh Castle, Head Chef Dean Banks’ seasonal tasting menu showcases Scotland’s ample natural resources. A true sensory experience is on offer here, which is sure to leave a lasting memory.
Occupying a splendid Georgian House, this Norfolk hidden gem boasts a cosy, chandelier-hung dining room that offers accomplished dishes. The flavours here are very much amplified by the Big Bertha BBQ oven – the result is sparky modern cooking that bangs the drum for regional ingredients.
With exuberant Botticelli-style ceilings, Murano glass ornaments and crisply dressed tables, Gem 42’s kitchen works a gleeful fusion of classical foundations and contemporary molecular techniques. The result is a range of impressive tasting menus with a wine list to match.
Set in the heart of Scotland’s oldest working distillery, Glenturret’s Lalique Restaurant sees Head Chef Mark Donald serve up a cosmopolitan, multi-course tasting menu, complemented by an impressive wine list. The setting is dazzling, with glasswork from French masters and some of the very best table arts you’ll find.
This Jacobean stately home was once home to royalty – great care has been taken to ensure the food complements the history and character of its magnificent setting. The cooking is seasonally driven, and uses modern techniques with a classic French undertone, making the most of superb, organic home-grown produce.
Nestled in the stunning Linthwaite House Hotel with glorious views across Windermere, Henrock’s muted natural tones and relaxed vibe make for a comfortable dining experience at this Simon Rogan outpost. L’Enclume alumni, Sam Fry, leads the kitchen, and has stamped his own identity onto the established farm-to-fork ethos.
Boasting panoramic views over the Tamar Valley, this charming country house restaurant uses the very best local produce from Devon and Cornwall to create dishes that really impress for the freshness and accuracy – creativity, flavour and visual appeal are all harnessed to fabulous effect.
Just a short distance from the North Norfolk coastline, this lovingly restored 14th-century thatched coaching inn serves up modern British food, much of which is created with Norfolk produce. The commitment to seasonality is cast iron, with pride taken in bringing together dishes that truly embrace the time of year.
This family-owned country pub has put its village on the map over the last 15 years, having established reputation for exceptional food, beer and wine. Its roots are firmly in classic cooking techniques, where ingredients are treated with integrity to offer dishes that burst with flavour.
Prévost – Haycock Manor Hotel’s welcoming restaurant – fills a bright, contemporary space adorned with chandeliers and birdcages. The food is a masterclass in great British cooking, with the team passionate about sourcing high-quality, local ingredients and presenting them in a unique and creative way.
Situated in the newly reopened Cameron House Hotel, the Cameron Grill offers a spectacular fine dining experience accompanied with stunning views across Loch Lomond. The food offering is as impressive as the scenery, serving up precise modern cooking created with high quality local provenance.