The latest accolade adds to the four AA Silver Stars it achieved earlier this year for the superior quality of its accommodation.
Now approaching its 44th anniversary, the independent restaurant has increased its private dining portfolio over the summer, hosting corporate and private functions including weddings.
The venue has also been taking its culinary experience outdoors, catering for external functions and events through its sister company, Belle Epoque Bespoke.
“We are delighted to have been awarded two AA Rosettes once again as we approach the end of a busy year at The Belle Epoque,” said director Matthew Mooney (pictured).
“In the awarding of AA Rosettes, you know your team, venue, and decades of hard work, are going to be judged by the most stringent of industry standards.”
With an emphasis on using homegrown and locally sourced ingredients, The Belle Epoque’s seasonal a la carte offering has also secured a place within the Michelin Guide for the past 43 years.
“Only about 10% of restaurants nationwide are of a standard that is worthy of one Rosette and above, so to achieve two is indeed a huge achievement, and not to be underestimated,” added a spokesperson for The AA.