The Crown in Burchetts Green has been awarded a Michelin star for the 2017 guide.
The pub joined the growing list of Berkshire restaurants to gain the prestigious honour when the guide was revealed at an event in London today.
Michelin has confirmed the Royal Oak in Paley Street has kept its star under new head chef James Bennett and Heston Blumenthal's Fat Duck has regained its three stars.
It did not feature in the 2016 guide as it did not reopen in time after a refurbishment.
The Waterside, also in Bray, retains its three stars while Tom Kerridge's Hand and Flowers, in Marlow, also keeps its two stars.
Bray's The Hinds Head, also owned by Heston, has been awarded one star once again.
The White Oak in Cookham and The Coach in Marlow received Bib Gourmands for good quality, good value cooking.
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