We are delighted that the newly published Michelin Guide 2018 features The Red Lion, Bradley, along with the award of a Michelin Plate
Following their anonymous visit, the inspectors described the Red Lion: “An airy bar and conservatory opens onto a dining room hung with photos of the pub through the ages. Menus offer plenty of choice, with hearty, flavoursome dishes ranging from whole roast witch sole to curried chicken Kiev”
The Michelin Plate award is a new category of Michelin Award and indicates that the restaurant has quality food which is notable and the inspectors enjoyed the experience. The restaurant might be on the brink of the next award, either a Bib Gourmand or a Michelin Star but isn’t quite there yet.
Chris Lewis, Managing Partner of The Lewis Partnership which owns The Red Lion, Bradley said “To receive such a high accolade from well respected and trusted assessors of our industry is a brilliant achievement, especially when it comes within the first year of launching the “new” Red Lion. It is a testament to our team of the hard work and dedication that goes into producing the consistency of service that is recognised by this award.
The Moat House, Acton Trussell, another member of The Lewis Partnership portfolio, was also recognised with a Michelin Plate in the 2018 guide, at the same time as having its 2 AA Rosette status renewed for the 19th consecutive year.