Michelin Monthly – November

In search of some new restaurants to try in the run-up to Christmas?  Say no more! As another month has flown by, it’s time for us to announce November’s latest entries to the famous Michelin guide. 

In case you missed the news, the Michelin Guide now reveals their favourite restaurants monthly, allowing us to pick the best out of the bunch when we fancy a treat – and what’s better than good food?

Here at WTF! we’ve picked out some of our favourite dishes from the incredible selection of menus. 

Now let’s delve into the details of these indulgent destinations… 

Catch at The Old Fishmarket, Weymouth

What could be better than eating freshly caught fish while staring out to sea? This restaurant, which is on a quay in Weymouth, gives you just that experience, with its delightful Portland stone, Grade II-listed fish market dating back to 1855. The menu changes with the seasons, celebrating the freshest, most sustainable selection of dishes throughout the year. We have our eyes on the Line-caught Sea bass with fennel, almond, and crab potatoes. The seabass is caught on the local boats and goes straight to the kitchen and, paired with a beautiful wine from their ‘cellar’, what more could you want? 

Unalome, Glasgow 

The famous chef Graeme Cheevers left his mark on many kitchens around Scotland and is now going solo with this upcoming restaurant for all occasions, in the heart of Glasgow. The menu here pays great tribute to the finest cuisine Scotland offers, so it seems only fitting to celebrate the Roasted Inverurie Lamb from his tasting menu. This dish is paired with Barra cockles, herb cream, and golden turnips, giving it a warm, comforting feel – perfect for the colder weather. Not only is the food impeccable, but the restaurant also puts environmental sustainability at the top of its priorities. All their electricity is 100% green so, not only does Unalome have an outstanding dining experience, but the team has also produced a beautiful restaurant with a conscience. 

Home, Penarth 

This restaurant has a fantastic story that makes us all want to rush there at once! Whatever ‘home’ means to you, it is a place with a feeling of comfort and care. During the recent lockdown, James Sommerin and his family were working non-stop, doing their bit by preparing meals for the NHS. Now, he and his wife Louise have their own restaurant that celebrates their excellent cooking and hosting talents. This offers something very different for the adventurous foodies among us, with its surprise menu. All we know is that the dishes make the most of the Welsh produce and provide an immersive, intimate experience. Who’s willing to give it a go?