A "harmonious" and "effortlessly assured" Somerset restaurant has retained its place on the Michelin Guide for 2024.

Osip in Bruton was included on the list of one-star restaurants, just like it was in the 2023 version of the guide.

On Monday, February 5, restaurants that had newly received Michelin stars were unveiled at a ceremony held at The Midland Hotel in Manchester, along with the rest of the guide.

The full Michelin Guide 2024 list of restaurants can be found on its website here.

What did the Michelin Guide say about Osip?

On its individual profile for Osip, the Michelin Guide wrote: "A thriving market town plays host to this elegant restaurant, which is owned by forward-thinking chef, Merlin Labron-Johnson, and run by a chatty and welcoming team, who are clearly passionate about its farm-to-table ethos.

"The set surprise menu is mostly plant-based, with almost all of the produce home-grown or locally sourced.

"Dishes are harmonious, with bold natural flavours and an effortlessly assured elegance. Wine pairings are organic and biodynamic."

Alongside that, Osip has been well-received by diners with it earning a 4.5/5 score on Tripadvisor from 147 reviews.

One reviewer said: "We visited Osip for my wife’s lunch. Everything about the experience was first class. The service was exceptional, the food was exceptional, and we were made to feel extremely welcome.

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"Bruton is a beautiful village to visit with some quaint shops and great places to stay. Our experience at Osip couldn’t have been better. Thank you so much!"

Another posted: "There is a reason why this restaurant gets such good reviews and has been named one of the best in the UK. Its because the food is superb, balanced and inventive, the staff are excellent and the setting just right".

Meanwhile, another commented: "Our first visit and certainly not our last. Polite, friendly and attentive staff, amazing food. Everything looked and tasted fabulous. A big thumbs up from us."