Simon Radley at The Chester Grosvenor has retained its coveted Michelin star for the 27th consecutive year.
The city centre hotel's fine-dining restaurant is recognised as one of the top 100 restaurants in the UK by the Sunday Times and was voted Best Hotel Restaurant at the European Hospitality Awards 2015.
Chef-patron Simon Radley said of the achievement: “We are immensely proud to have secured our Star for the 27th consecutive year.
“It is testament to the passion and dedication of the team, particularly our head chef Raymond Booker and restaurant manager Jaime McCormack.”
The restaurant prides itself on offering contemporary dining, a versatile menu and one of the most extensive wine cellars in the country.
Simon joined the team at The Grosvenor in 1986 and apart from a few years gaining experience in London and the Far East has been at the helm of the operation for over 20 years.