It's awards season again, which means it's also time for the new edition of the Michelin guide. It comes as no surprise that London is well-represented on the list, and we've got the lowdown on this year's movers and shakers. Read on to find out more...

New additions

  • Céleste at The Lanesborough – 1 star
  • The Ninth – 1 star
  • Five Fields – 1 star
  • Ellory – 1 star
  • Pidgin – 1 star
  • Trinity – 1 star
  • Ritz Restaurant – 1 star

Losers

  • The Square – formerly 2 stars
  • Wild Honey – formerly 1 star
  • L'Autre Pied – formerly 1 star
  • Launceston Place – formerly 1 star
  • Brasserie Chavot –  formerly 1 star
  • Hibiscus – formerly 1 star

London's full list

Three stars

  • Gordon Ramsey
  • Alain Ducasse at The Dorchester

Two stars

One star

  • Murano
  • Pollen Street Social
  • Tamarind
  • Veeraswamy
  • Locanda Locatelli
  • Lima Fitzrovia
  • Portland
  • Texture
  • Trishna
  • The Greenhouse
  • Ritz Restaurant
  • Seven Park Place
  • Barrafina Soho
  • Social Eating House
  • Yauatcha Soho
  • Restaurant Story
  • L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon
  • Galvin La Chapelle
  • The Dining Room at The Goring
  • Quillon at Crowne Plaza Hotel
  • Chez Bruce
  • Amaya
  • Ametsa with Arzak Instruction
  • Céleste at the Lanesborough
  • Pétrus
  • Dabbous
  • Kitchen Table at Bubbledogs
  • The Ninth
  • Pied à Terre
  • Hakkasan Hanway Place
  • Five Fields
  • Outlaw's at the Capital (at the Capital H)
  • City Social
  • Club Gascon
  • Ellory
  • Pidgin
  • HKK
  • Clove Club
  • Lyle's
  • River Café
  • The Harwood Arms
  • La Trompette
  • Hedone
  • St John
  • Angler
  • Kitchen W8
  • Trinity
  • Alyn Williams at the Westbury
  • Benares
  • Bonhams
  • Fera at Claridges
  • Galvin at Windows
  • Gymkhana
  • Hakkasan Mayair
  • Kai

Click here to see the full list.