Irish restaurants have received a number of accolades in this year's Michelin Guide.
Chefs picked up a new two-star, one-star and a Service award too.
Dede in Baltimore, Co Cork received a second star for its Turkish-inspired dishes.
Judges said Chef Ahmet Dede 'dazzled' with his sophisticated, modern Turkish dishes.
Terre in Castlemartyr was also new to the list, after getting one star "for making the very best of the local larder", judges said.
Several restaurants also kept their existing ratings, including Dublin's Chapter One by Mickael Viljanen.
It retains its two-star rating, despite hopes it would get to new heights this year.
Liath and Patrick Guilbaud also keep their double stars on the guide.
Variety Jones, Bastible and Glovers Alley also all retain one star.
Declan Maxwell and the team from Spitalfields restaurant in Dublin received the Welcome and Service award.
Overall, 20 restaurants across Ireland and the UK were newly-awarded one star, three restaurants got two stars and four restaurants were awarded one star.