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The top 10 cheapest places to get a Michelin Star Christmas dinner on 25th December in the UK have been revealed, according to new research from events company Eventopedia, a venue finding platform for connecting event planners with a variety of venues worldwide, from wedding venues, meeting rooms, banquet halls, hotels and conferences.
Those thinking of splashing out on something special for the festive season this year will be delighted to know they can enjoy their Christmas dinner in a Michelin Star restaurant for as little as £95, the research shows.
There are 187 Michelin Star restaurants in the UK, of which 23 will specifically serve Christmas dinner on 25th December.
So who is in the top 10. And where should we go when Christmas dinner just seems too much.
1. The Woodspeen | £95 | Newbury | *
2. Angler | £100 | London | *
3. Beach House | £100 | Swansea | *
4. White Swan | £110 | Burnley | *
5. The Star Inn | £120 | York | *
6. Lympstone Manor | £145 | Exmouth | *
7. Olive Tree | £145 | Bath | *
8. The Tudor Room | £145 | Egham | *
9. The Dining Room at Whatley Manor | £150 | Malmesbury | **
10. Nut Tree | £150 | Oxfordshire | *
Those wanting Christmas dinner at The Woodspeen can expect a traditional turkey with trimmings but starters of pressed rabbit terrine and confit salmon with smoked black garlic, celeriac and horseradish remoulade.
Other fancier Christmas day dishes include venison rossini (venison served over foie gras), salmon coulibiac (puff pastry filled with salmon, boiled eggs, rice or buckwheat, mushrooms and onions), fillet of turbot and exotic fruit raviole with coconut and kaffir lime.
On the other side of the spectrum, the most expensive Michelin Star restaurant to enjoy a festive meal this year is the one-star Pétrus, with their Christmas dinner sitting at £325.
The cheapest 3 star Michelin restaurant is Alain Ducasse at The Dorchester, with a dinner of £295. Those wanting a festive menu during December will be delighted to know that The Crown in Berkshire will be serving a festive meal throughout December for as little as £55, but are not open on Christmas Day itself.
Toby Heelis, CEO of Eventopedia commented. “Christmas is a time which many associate with decadence, but it doesn’t have to always come with a price tag. If you consider that the majority of standard restaurants in the UK will charge an average of £50 for Christmas dinner this year, spending a little extra for something special on Christmas day is well worth the quality.”
Eventopedia is a venue finding platform for connecting event planners with a variety of venues worldwide, from wedding venues, meeting rooms, banquet halls, hotels and conferences.