A DUMFRIES eating spot has been announced as the latest entry to world famous Michelin Guide.
The world’s best known independent restaurant and hotel guide is about to release its new guide for 2022 and inspectors have announced the inclusion of Robert Burns ‘Favourite Howff’, the Globe Inn.
The Michelin inspectors were more than impressed by the impressive menu which puts Scottish produce to the fore, and noted that the dishes are creative, modern, and full of colour and flavour.
The Globe’s executive chef Johnathan Brett said: “This is truly amazing news, we believe we deliver the best casual fine dining experience in the South of Scotland, we’ve won multiple awards over the past two years, but to be included in the Michelin Guide is again, recognition of the amazingly hard work the whole team at The Globe Inn put in every day.
“I’m incredibly proud of everyone in The Globe Inn team, our culinary team senior sous chef Fraser Cameron – the Scottish Young Chef of the Year – and Gary Spratt, Jack Cuddihy, and Sam Macintyre. The front of house team delivers amazing customer service every day to all our guests, and they have played a massive part in us achieving this recognition.”
Annandale Distillery Group general manager Ashton Hyde added: “It has been a wonderful journey refurbishing, reopening and building a team of hospitality professionals, who have worked tirelessly to bring together a food offering and style of service that makes us all very proud to be a part of all aspects of The Globe Inn, Dumfries. The future feels very exciting, and we are looking forward to all that is to come.”
The Globe Inn is celebrating their success by expanding their opening hours from October 4, the award winning restaurant will open Tuesday-Saturday, 11am-11pm for lunch, dinner and tours of the historic Burns Rooms. To book a table online visit: GlobeInndumfries.co.uk or call 01387 323010.