If you’re looking for some top nosh food at a reasonable price, heading for the lunch menu can be a way to sample the best menus at a more restricted cost than the full dinner menu.
The train company Trainline published a list of set lunch prices for the UK’s Michelin restaurants this week (see that here) using data from the Guardian’s data blog list of Michelin Star Restaurants so I’ve pulled out the northern ones to create the interactive map below and make it easier to compare the location and prices.
In brief, the cheapest two course lunch can be found at the Black Swan in Oldstead at £20, for three courses is L’Enclume in Cumbria for £25 and when it comes to value for money then there’s a generous four courses for £30 on offer in Merseyide at Fraiche. The priciest in the list is Burlington at the Devonshire Arms Country Hotel in North Yorkshire which costs £65 for the two courses.
If you’ve eaten at any of these places, please do share your thoughts on the experience and value for money below.