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There are 26 Michelin-starred restaurants open on New Year’s Eve. And Britons who want to treat themselves for the holiday may want to know which is the cheapest one.

A study by Maxima Kitchen Equipment found Northcote in Langho to be the cheapest Michelin-starred restaurant for New Year’s.

The one star establishment offers dinner for £90 per person.

On Tripadvisor, Vicky said: “High expectations, totally surpassed!

“I had really high hopes and was very excited having never been to a Michelin starred restaurant before, it had been in my bucket list for years though!

“As each wine and meal was brought to the table the lovely staff explained what we had which felt really luxurious without being at all pretentious.

“The whole menu was exceptional and I could talk about every dish at length but I’ll just mention my personal highlights: scallop with use of white tomato and basil, 75-day aged Lake District Beef with smoked marrowbone, and Strawberry, Yuzo and Almond.”

Second on the list was Trishna in London.

Their NYE dinner is £100 per person.

Tommasoc said: “Amazing Indian Fine Cuisine Experience!

“It’s simply wonderful. Tandoori lamb chops are tender and the taste is well balanced!

“The mustard king prawns are sensational!

“Our waiter Nabil was very good to lead us through this amazing trip to India, every dish he suggested was terrific!”

Third on the list was HRiSHi in Windermere, with dinner at £105.

Ma1x said: “This will go down as being one of the best places I’ve ever eaten at.

“The setting and overall ambiance was just what you’d expect, but it was by no means pretentious.

“I went with the plant based tasting menu. The food was exquisite. There’s nothing else to say other than try it yourself.

“I tend to opt for the wine pairing so to learn and experience different wines that I would otherwise never order myself. To sit with a pint of something does the food a disservice.”

For two stars, the cheapest restaurant was Dinner by Heston Blumenthal in London with dinner at £175 per person.

Alf13P said: “Flawless sums this restaurant up I one word.

“From entering the restaurant to leaving the service was amazing and genuinely felt like you were the only table being waited on.

“The food exceed our expectations which were already very high. We had to order three starters so we could try the Meat Fruit which was actually a great sharing dish. With my wife having the Salamagundy and the Frumenty for myself were beautiful.

“We both had the fillet for main with triple cooked chips, cooked to a perfect medium rare.

“What made the experience even better was seeing the action in the kitchen and the precision of the chefs.

“It was also my 30th Birthday and the waiter was kind enough to give my wife and I a kitchen tour and showing us the effort they go through to make the tipsy cake and spit roasting the pineapple.”

For three stars, however, Britons will have to pay at least £360 per person.

The cheapest three-star restaurant was Helene Darroze at The Connaught in London.

Philip S said: “We visited Helene Darroze at The Connaught last weekend and, without wishing to resort to hyperbole, have to say this was simply the most extraordinary dining experience we have ever had.

“Every part of the experience: service, comfort, food, wine and atmosphere, was without peer.

“Without detailed description of every dish (all of which were exceptional) I can best characterize the menu as ‘not giving us what we like, but giving us dishes we didn’t know we liked’.

“I would not usually, for example, choose smoked eel from a menu; I will now.

“It is impossible to find the tiniest fault in any part of our visit. Not at all surprised the restaurant has three stars. Expensive, yes, but worth every penny. We’re saving up to go again.”

The most expensive restaurant was Alain Ducasse at The Dorchester.

The three-star establishment in London will help Britons celebrate the new year in style, but it will cost £560 per person.

Michelin-starred restaurants opened for NYE

1. Northcote, Langho, £90

2. Trishna, London, £100

3. HRiSHi, Bowness-on-Windermere, £105

4. Elystan Street, London, £105

5. The Whitebrook, Whitebrook, £110

6. Gymkhana, London, £115

7. Allium at Askham Hall, Askham, £130

8. Marcus, London, £150

9. Hinds Head, Bray, £150

10. Olive Tree, Bath, £160

11. Lympstone Manor, Lympstone, £160

12. Dinner by Heston Blumenthal, London, £175

13. L’Enclume, Carmel, £195

14. Angler, London, £200

15. La Dame de Pic, London, £220

16. Hambleton Hall, Hambleton, £260

17. Gravetye Manor, East Grinstead  , £280

18. Moor Hall, Aughton, £295

19. Petrus by Gordon Ramsay, London, £300

20. Celeste, London, £325

21. Number One, Edinburgh, £330

22. Shaun Rankin at Grantley Hall, Ripon, £350

23. Helene Darroze at The Connaught, London, £360

24. Restaurant Gordon Ramsay, London, £375

25. Story, London, £450

26. Alain Ducasse at The Dorchester, London, £560

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