Shining lights: Three Irish restaurants tipped for new Michelin stars

Irish hospitality could be rewarded with a strong showing in this year’s prestigious list, Food&Wine editor Gillian Nelis writes

Robbie and Sophie McCauley, owners of Homestead Cottage in Co Clare, which has been tipped by insiders to receive a new Michelin star

Speculation is rising that three Irish restaurants could be awarded new Michelin stars when the 2024 guide is released tomorrow.

Industry sources have highlighted Homestead Cottage in Co Clare, the Bishop’s Buttery in Co Tipperary and D’Olier Street in Dublin as likely recipients of new stars.

The three offer very different dining experiences. Robbie and Sophie McCauley opened Homestead Cottage, which was named Newcomer of the Year at the Food&Wine awards last November, in Doolin ...