Other restaurants to achieve one-star status included Kitchen Table at Bubbledogs, City Social, Clove Club, Fera at Claridges, Barrafina, The Cross at Kenilworth, Outlaw’s Fish Kitchen, The Star Inn and The Treby Arms.
There were no new additions to the two- and three-Michelin star lists, meaning that Alain Ducasse at the Dorchester, The Fat Duck, Gordon Ramsay and the Waterside Inn remain the only three-Michelin starred restaurants in the UK.
"The 14 new stars in our 2015 guide highlight the enormous richness and variety of the UK's restaurant scene. They range from country pubs to hipster hangouts, from counter restaurants to classic dining rooms,” said Rebecca Burr, editor of the Great Britain and Ireland Michelin Guide 2015.
"The public's knowledge and interest in food gets greater every year and it won't just be fans of cookery shows who will be planning trips to Devon to the Treby Arms.
"The Clove Club shows that there is no shortage of talented young chefs coming through. Barrafina has just got better and better over the years and even when a second branch was being planned and subsequently opened, we still experienced the same high standard of cooking."
Michelin also awarded 26 new Bib Gourmands, which recognise restaurants offering high quality but inexpensive food, to UK venues including Iberico World Tapas in Derby, 64° in Brighton and Polpetto, Bibo and Palomar in London.
“The Bib Gourmand awards also reflect the continuing trend for competitively priced, less structured and more flexible dining”, Burr said.
Restaurants that lost their Michelin-stars this year include Nobu and Nobu at The Berkley, Viajante, Bo London, Medlar and Emsworth restaurant 36 on the Quay, which had held its star since 1997.Great Britain & Ireland Michelin guide 2015: New stars
Star Inn - Helmsley/ Harome, North Yorkshire
Cross at Kenilworth - Kenilworth, Warwickshire
Outlaw's Fish Kitchen - Port Isaac, Cornwall
Treby Arms - Sparkwell, Devon
Isle of Eriska – Eriska, Argyll and Bute
Three Chimneys and The House Over-By - Isle of Sky, Highlands
Ynyshir Hall – Machynlleth, Powys
Crown at Whitebrook - Monmouth/ Whitebrook, Monmouthshire
Kitchen Table at Bubbledogs - Bloomsbury
City Social - City of London
Clove Club - Shoreditch
Fera at Claridge's - Mayfair
Gymkhana - Mayfair
Barrafina - SohoGreat Britain & Ireland Michelin guide 2015: new Bib Gourmands
64 Degrees, Brighton
Made by Bob, Cirencester, Gloucestershire
Five Bells Inn, Clyst Hydon, Devon
Ibérico World Tapas, Derby
Three Oaks, Gerrards Cross, Buckinghamshire
The Crown, Windsor and Maidenhead
Talbot Inn, Mells, Somerset
Halsetown Inn, St Ives/Halsetown, Cornwall
Cornish Arms, Tavistock, Devon
Le Langhe, York
Indian Essence, Bromley
Roots at N1, Barnsbury
Yipin China, Islington
Earl Spencer, Southfields
The Gannet, Glasgow
Ox and Finch, Glasgow
Bar + Grill at James Street South, Belfast
Deanes at Queens, Belfast
Old Schoolhouse Inn, Ards, Lisbane
Etto, DublinGreat Britain & Ireland Michelin guide 2015: Deletions
36 on the Quay – Emsworth, Hampshire
Danesfield House - Marlow Buckinghamshire
Holbeck Ghyll - Windermere Cumbria
Glenapp Castle - Ballantrae South Ayrshire
Inverlochy Castle - Fort William Highland
Chapter One – Bromley, Farnborough
Medlar - Kensington & Chelsea, London
Tom Aikens (Closed) - Kensington & Chelsea, London
Viajante (Closed) - Tower Hamlets, Bethnal Green
Apsleys (Closed) – Westminster, Belgravia
Mayfair Bo London (Closed) – Westminster, Belgravia
Nobu ) – Westminster, Belgravia
Nobu Berkeley Street) – Westminster, Belgravia
One Leicester Street (Closed) - Soho
Read our interview with Rebecca Burr on what makes a Michelin-starred restaurant