Whitchurch based Wild Shropshire Restaurant has been awarded a ‘Plate Award’ from the Michelin Guide for the first time.

This award is a a symbol of very good food at moderate prices, a fantastic accolade for a micro seasonal restaurant that opened in April 2020 and has had only 3 months of opening due to the pandemic.

The epitome of a field-to-fork experience, Wild Shropshire’s cooking focuses on terroir-led, micro-seasonal dishes using ingredients from artisan producers and growers in the surrounding area. The surprise, multi-course tasting menu changes daily and dishes are creative, sophisticated and full of depth.

Michelin Guide

1 of only 3 Michelin Plate restaurants in North Shropshire, Wild Shropshire proud owner and Chef James Sherwin would like to thank all their guests and suppliers for their support since opening.

Follow their social media pages for up to information and announcements for re-opening. Bookings can be made here.

Caroline Talbot
Author: Caroline Talbot