La Bécasse is an award-winning fine dining restaurant located in the picturesque town of Ludlow. The restaurant has enjoyed a colourful culinary history over the years, gaining recognition in 2000 when Claude Bosi and his wife Claire opened the establishment as "Hibiscus" and were soon awarded a Michelin-star. In 2007, Alan Murchison, Chef Patron of L'Ortolan in Berkshire, re-opened the stunning oak-panelled restaurant under the new banner of La Bécasse. Since opening its doors in July 2007, the team at La Bécasse has been earning awards and accolades. A prestigious Michelin Star was awarded in January 2009; before that La Bécasse became Ludlow’s only restaurant with three AA Rosettes. Using the finest seasonal, ingredients the team of talented chefs, led by Chris O'Halloran, work closely with local suppliers and producers, and wherever possible use produce that is 'Local to Ludlow'. The aim at La Bécasse is to provide great food, knowledgeable and professional service, and a memorable dining experience for all guests.