Restaurant Patrick Guilbaud on cusp of three Michelin stars

will be first time accolade achieved in Ireland

Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor @gnelis
2nd October, 2017
Restaurant Patrick Guilbaud has been a fine dining destination in Dublin for the last thirty-three years

Speculation is mounting that an Irish restaurant will today be awarded three Michelin stars, the first time the accolade has been achieved in this country.

Industry sources believe that Restaurant Patrick Guilbaud, which currently has two stars and which is located in the Merrion Hotel in Dublin, will be awarded Michelin's highest honour at a ceremony in London.

The restaurant, which was opened by Guilbaud and his partners Stephane Robin and Guillaume Lebrun in the...

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