A third Michelin-starred restaurant for Lalique
After the Villa René Lalique and its restaurant with two stars in the MICHELIN Guide and the Restaurant LALIQUE at Château Lafaurie-Peyraguey, one star in the MICHELIN Guide since 2019, it is the turn of the restaurant The Glenturret Lalique, located in Crieff in Perthshire in Scotland, to obtain its first star in the MICHELIN Guide, just seven months after its opening in July 2021.
The Glenturret, Scotland’s oldest distillery in operation since 1763, is renowned for the craftsmanship that goes into the production of each of its bottles. It continues to use traditional whiskey-making techniques to produce the finest spirits in small quantities in an artisanal way.
The restaurant was launched by Lalique, a house of the art of living and flagship of the French crystal industry, which is committed to supporting exceptional gastronomic establishments.
Before joining this establishment, the first gourmet restaurant to be set up within the confines of a distillery, Scottish Chef Mark Donald had already been awarded a MICHELIN star when he officiated at Number One, the restaurant at The Balmoral Hotel in Edinburgh.
Referring to this MICHELIN Guide accolade, Chef Mark Donald said: “I am extremely proud that the MICHELIN Guide has recognized the creativity, dedication, and hard work of my brigade and the entire staff of The Glenturret. Scottish heritage and the surrounding landscapes are the heart and soul of the restaurant. »
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