The Michelin Guide has revealed its winners for 2024 following a lavish ceremony in Manchester's Midland Hotel.

The guide, established by French tyre Michelin in 1900, recognises the best restaurants around the world for excellence in several categories. Winning or losing Michelin stars can make or break a restaurant.

This year, the only accolade lost in Glasgow was Monadh Kitchen's Bib Gourmand.

The Bearsden restaurant closed in July last year due to the financial pressures of the cost of living crisis.

Otherwise, the city's top restaurants have stayed consistent with last year's awards.

Two restaurants have held on to their one-star rating, which is awarded to those described as "high-quality cooking and worth a stop".

Three restaurants held on to their Bib Gourmand's, a title awarded to the best value for money restaurants.

1. Cail Bruich - One Star

725 Great Western Road, Glasgow City, G12 8QX, United Kingdom

Glasgow Times:

Led by head chef Lorna McNee, the West End fine dining restaurant was recognised for 'creativity, refined cooking, passion and precision'.

2. Unalome y Graeme Cheevers - One Star

36 Kelvingrove Street, Glasgow City, G3 7RZ, United Kingdom

Glasgow Times:

This fine dining restaurant in Finnieston led by head chef Graeme Cheevers is recognised for its tasting menu, described as 'precise and sophisticated'.

3. Celentano's - Bib Gourmand

Cathedral House Hotel, 28-32 Cathedral Square, Glasgow City, G4 0XA, United Kingdom

Glasgow Times:

Located inside Cathedral House in the East End, this restaurant is known for using Scottish produce to craft seasonal Italian dishes infused with a slight Japanese influence.

4. Ka Pao - Bib Gourmand

Botanic Gardens Garage, 26 Vinicombe Street, Glasgow City, G12 8BE, United Kingdom

Glasgow Times:

This pan-Asian restaurant is praised for its 'colourful sharing dishes from South East Asia that blend sweet and spicy flavours'.

5. Ox and Finch - Bib Gourmand

920 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow City, G3 7TF, United Kingdom

Glasgow Times:

Sharing an owner with Ka Pao, this West End institution is awarded for its 'skilful use of seasonal ingredients' and fantastic value for money.

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