New AA Rosette awards in 2014

New Rosette Awards are announced for 2014


The AA has announced the latest restaurants to be awarded the coveted new 3 and 4 AA Rosettes.


Of the restaurants receiving the awards only seven have obtained the prestigious 4 AA Rosettes.


The new 4 Rosette restaurants are:

Bohemia Restaurant, The Club Hotel & Spa, St Helier

Le Gavroche, London

Restaurant Nathan Outlaw, Rock

Restaurant Story, London

Texture Restaurant, London

The French by Simon Rogan, Manchester

The Greenhouse, London


The new 3 Rosette restaurants are:

The Black Swan, Helmsley
Fallowfields Country House Hotel and Restaurant, Kingston Bagpuize
Restaurant Tristan, Horsham
Restaurant Story, London
The Grove, Narberth
Bo, London
The Lovat, Loch Ness
Ormer, Jersey
• Design House Restaurant, Halifax
Hedone, London
HKK, London
Roux at Parliament Square, London
Galvin at Windows, London
The Black Swan, Oldstead
Lower Slaughter Manor, Lower Slaughter
The Burlington at Devonshire Arms, Bolton Abbey
Adam’s Restaurant, Birmingham
The Bingham, Richmond on Thames
Amberley Castle, Amberley
Buckland Manor, Buckland
Cannizaro House, Wimbledon
Caxton Grill, St Ermins Hotel, London
Chiltern Firehouse, London
Cliveden, Taplow
Cotswolds88hotel, Painswick
Hell Bay, Bryher
Hotel du Vin at One Devonshire Gardens, Glasgow
Kitchen Table, London
La Belle Époque, Sofitel Heathrow, Heathrow
Lainston House, Sparsholt
Llangoed Hall, Llyswen
Macdonald Randolph Hotel, Oxford
Manchester House Bar & Restaurant, Manchester
Red Lion Free House, Pewsey
Roka, London
Sixtyone Restaurant, London
Stovells, Chobham
The Clove Club, London
The Crown at Whitebrook, Whitebrook
The Hambrough, Ventor
The Hinds Head, Bray
The Packhorse Inn, Moulton
Turners, Birmingham
Ynyshir Hall, Eglwysfach
Yorebridge House, Bainbridge

AA Rosette

AA Rosettes are awarded solely by AA Hotel and Restaurant Inspectors with no influence from hotels, restaurants or other guides. The AA Rosette scheme is long established and successfully recognises cooking at different levels nationwide. The success or failure in achieving Rosettes is based on at least one visit to a hotel or restaurant. Essentially it’s a snapshot, whereby the entire meal including ancillary items are assessed.  Of all the restaurants across the UK, approximately 10% are of a standard which is worthy of one Rosette and above.