A Marlow-based Michelin-starred restaurant is one of the cheapest to visit across the world, according to a new ranking.

Organised by Accredited Debt Relief, the list shows Michelin-starred venues from around the globe in a list, revealing which eatery is the cheapest to the most expensive, based on the lowest cost of a three-course meal at each establishment.

Incredibly, Tom Kerridge’s The Coach in Marlow, is number seven on the list out of the 100 names in the rankings, with an average price of $36.22 (£26.20).

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The cheapest was the Hostellerie la Montagne in France, which cost $24.52 (£17.73), whilst the most expensive was the Materia in Italy at $83.12 (£60.09).

Tom Kerridge outside The Coach

Tom Kerridge outside The Coach

On the Accredited Debt Relief website, it said: “The UK may not be known for cuisine, but Marlow – on the edge of the Chilterns – offers a Michelin-starred pub meal that’s among the most affordable in the world.

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“The cheapest main course with side and dessert at The Coach comes to £26.50 ($36), although you may also like to add a plate of “invisible chips” (fries).

A visual of restaurants on the list (chart from www.accrediteddebtrelief.com)

A visual of restaurants on the list (chart from www.accrediteddebtrelief.com)

“This is actually a £7.50 ‘charitable donation towards Hospitality Action to help support the hospitality trade’ during the pandemic.”

To see the full list and to see the full report, click here.