A restaurant in Elland has retained its listing in the Michelin Guide for the 11th year running.
La Cachette restaurant and wine bar has been recognised in the 2014 Great Britain & Ireland Michelin Guide, which contains listings of more than 2,000 restaurants and 1,500 hotels that have been selected for the constant quality of their services.
Even though the Michelin Guide is known and recognised for its “star” system, those restaurants represent only 5 per cent of the selection, the rest of which is comprised of good, small, affordably priced eateries.
The French-owned “gourmet’s bible” describes La Cachette as a long-standing, well-run bistro providing classical, seasonal cooking with international influences.
Jonathan Nichols, owner of La Cachette said: “I am incredibly proud that La Cachette has been included yet again in this prestigious food guide.
“It’s a fantastic accolade and testament to the hard work and dedication of our head chef Glenn Futter and his team.”
The restaurant aims to produce modern European cuisine with a French influence using the best local and organic ingredients and everything is made in-house.
La Cachette’s wine collection is one of the most extensive in Calderdale numbering well over 100 from around the world.