This post has not been vetted or endorsed by BuzzFeed's editorial staff. BuzzFeed Community is a place where anyone can create a post or quiz. Try making your own!Buzz·Posted on Oct 20, 201413 Michelin-Starred Dishes To Make You Weep With JoyIf you can't afford a Michelin-starred meal, this is the next best thing. Feast your eyes on the best...by Food & Drink GuidesCommunity Brand PublisherFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink The Fat Duck Via foodanddrinkguides.co.uk Oak moss and truffle toast, quail jelly, langoustine cream and foie gras parfait is Blumenthal's homage to Alain Chapel. Le Manoir Aux Quat'Saisons Via foodanddrinkguides.co.uk Terrine de betteraves, sorbet au raifort: terrine of garden beetroot, horseradish sorbet Lucknam Park Via foodanddrinkguides.co.uk Roast Scottish diver scallops, carrot purée spiced pork croquette, raisin and caper vinaigrette. The Hambrough Via foodanddrinkguides.co.uk Slow cooked Isle of Wight pork belly with local lobster and cep cannelloni. Le Gavroche View this video on YouTube Via le-gavroche.co.uk Michel Roux Jnr. prepares an octopus salad with deep fried soft shell crab. Vanilla Black Via foodanddrinkguides.co.uk The only vegetarian Michelin-starred restaurant in London. Milk chocolate and walnut oil paté with avocado ice cream, lime meringue, dark chocolate and bee pollen. Mallory Court Via foodanddrinkguides.co.uk Smoked salmon starter. Restaurant Nathan Outlaw David Griffen Photography / Via foodanddrinkguides.co.uk Grey mullet, pickled mushrooms and tartare dressing. Whatley Manor Via foodanddrinkguides.co.uk Roasted venison fillet dressed with caramelised bacon, game sausage and red wine sauce. Alyn Williams at The Westbury Chris Orange Photography / Via foodanddrinkguides.co.uk Simply mouthwatering! Gidleigh Park David Griffen / Via foodanddrinkguides.co.uk A Relais and Châteaux property, Gidleigh Park's executive head chef is Michelin-starred Michael Caines. One of the few places you'll find a snail shell on your plate. Restaurant Sat Bains Photographer: John Arandhara-Bla / Via restaurantsatbains.com This dish wouldn't look out of place in The Tate. Belly pork, piccalilli, apple. The Hand and Flowers Via foodanddrinkguides.co.uk Melon anyone?