We were walking past this shop when I spotted the mouth watering roasts in the window. We went in and decided we would sit inside as opposed to take away. I thought at first it was waited tables but spotted the notice telling you to order at the counter. The seating area is small and can only seat about 20 people. There are some offers and we choose one of these which included a roast pork sandwich, roast potatoes and a can of drink. I ordered these at the counter and then waited for them to be served up. I love roast potatoes and they were cooked to perfection. This is my first experience with this company and if I spot another shop during my travels I would certainly have another meal.
Favorite Dish: A mouth watering roast pork sandwich with apple sauce and crackling with additional roast potatoes.
The Red Lion has recently been aquired and renovated by Nicholsons, The same chain as other great pubs like The Old Wellington and the Bank in Manchester'
It operates the same menu as these and you will be sure to have a great meal oor just a few drinks in a friendly and comfortable atmosphere.
The Boathouse is a great Lees's Pub that is right next to the river, If you sit near the window there appears to be no gap between building and river, You can get some great views of Boats and people going up and down the river while you have a drink or some food
I have been a couple of times, once just for a drink and the last time for some food, I shared a Taste of the Med platter with Evan. it was lovely and on a nice sunny day sat by the river it really felt like we were somewhere on the Med!
Family restaurant that operates under the Chef and Brewer, the Hinderton Arms is a pub that can trace its roots back as far as 1826 when a Turnpike Act was passed which mentioned The Shrewsbury Arms. This was the pubs original name being taken from the Earl of Shrewsbury, a local and the owner. A little later the pub was known as The Hinderton Inn, probably named so because of the neighbouring Hinderton Hall.
Monday and Saturday: 11.00 am to 11.00 pm
Sunday: 12.00 am to 10.00 pm
Favorite Dish: 8 oz Sirloin Steak – £11.95
Sweet Potato Fries (Extra) - £2.65
Bramley Apple Pie - £3.85
Lager Shandy - £3.05
A barista (from the Italian for "bartender") is a person, usually a coffee-house employee, who prepares and serves espresso-based coffee drinks.
The Barista’s is a family run independent coffee shop, which offers an abundant choice that includes filter coffees from all around the world, decaffeinated coffee or choice of milks including soya at no extra charge. There is also the usual full range of Sandwiches, Panini’s and Toasted tea cakes freshly made every morning. The café is in a Rows undercroft or cellar that probably started life as a medieval store room with exposed sandstone blocks dating from the late 1200s.
Favorite Dish: Hot Chocolate with marshmallows and cream accompanied by a hand-made cake
the Boathouse lies on the banks of the River Dee offering a splendid location for locals, families and tourists to relax with good food and various beverages ranging from coffee to beer.Standard tables and chairs as well as comfy sofas are available to sit and watch the boats on the river.An outside area is also available for the sun is out.prices are reasonable and the menu is basic.
Favorite Dish: we didnt eat here having had food earlier just a few pints of beer.
The Square bottle is a JD Wetherspoons pub in City centre Chester.Serving great food and good ales with a within a nice relaxed and friendly atosphere.We stopped here early in the morning for breakfast and both had the Large Full English Breakfast.
opening times-mon till sun:7am till 12 am
Favorite Dish: Large breakfast consiting of eggs,bacon,beans,sausage,ash browns,toast and a choice of mushrooms or black pudding,the perfect way to start the day and fuel you up(also great fror hangovers)all this for a reasonable price of less than five pounds.
The Famous Blue Moon, on the banks of the River Dee in Chester City Centre is a Chester institution being there for over 40 years, a jukebox plays all the hits from the 50/60s all day.
Sit by the river and let the world go by, but inside like a museum to the 40/50/60s, loads of pop history, signed posters of all the biggest names in music, 50 annuals and newspapers.
But it is the drinks and food that keep it winning awards, from thick Italian chocolate smothered in cream and marshmallows, to a huge choice of coffee, and teas.
Fresh baked cakes, cream teas, plus a mouthwatering selection of food, huge hand made burger stacks, soups, curries, sandwich! choose from a huge menu.
And of course the big thick milkshakes, beers, wines.
If you visit Chester without a Blue Moon visit, you have not lived
Favorite Dish: Sardinian seafood stew, brilliant, lentils, tomato, and mixed seafood, a big wedge of fresh bread and mayo does it for me everytime
The restaurant is in the cellar of an old townhouse, just outside the main shopping area of Chester but well within walking distance of the centre. It is a relaxed and sophisticated place, and not as packed as the places in the heart of town. Snacks and full meals are served, or call in just for coffee - the sofas are very inviting if you need a rest!
It's open 10am - 11pm (10.30pm on Sundays)
Favorite Dish: The home made burgers are excellent, but probably not great for the diet! The salads are also very good - a pleasant change from the usual limp lettuce and tasteless tomato that you usually get in this country.
Chezjules is a not so expensive place that offers fine cusine - much like our favoured Green Room close to home in West Kirby.
Favorite Dish: Good choice of adventurous menu with tasty options for veggies - curried cauliflower soup, parmesan polenta, venison ragout, seabass..lots of options.
After a fairly long day ( about 4 hours) walking around the Zoo, on a Friday afternoon in late January. It was time for a coffee and something else.
There was a real mix of people in the cafe and the menu was equally eclectic.
I can imagine that in the summer this place will be very busy and noisy. However, there was a low mumble of noise from the visitors during my visit.
I was in need of a coffee, and decided to see what this coffee shop was like - it was warm and welcoming!
It seems there is wifi available and has a mixed clientele.
Favorite Dish: coffee of course and I had a piece of Almondy Cake.
The restaurant was advertised in the hotel, and it looked as if there was an interesting menu. Additionally during my visit (January 2011), they were offering a two course dinner for £15.00; however there was also a meal supplement depending what main course you selected. My fillet steak attracted a £10 supplement.
The restaurant and bar has an excellent atmosphere and appearance with staff who truly seem interested in making your visit a great experience. It was busy, and I can imagine it is even busier when the Chester Racecourse Fixtures begin - May to September each year. I had not made a reservation, and it was struggle to get a table, but finally did. A great an uninterrupted view over the racecourse itself.
They pride themselves in using local suppliers and local produce - so from my meal, the most distant ingredient was the Goat's cheese which was sourced 120 miles from 1539 - and the nearest was in fact the herbs used in the kitchen which came from 0 miles away! Yes 0 miles - the Head Chef works with the Racecourse grounds staff to cultivate an in-house herb garden.
Favorite Dish: Bread; Beetroot Risotto with a Goat's Cheese and Watercress salad; and a Fillet Steak with Pepper Sauce.
Cafe Naj is situated at the beginning of Hoole Road, just minutes away from the City Centre. As we were staying in a just down the road we decided to give this restaurant a try. The food here was lovely although due to my brain being like a sieve I can't remember what I had! I do remember it being really good though., the waiters were really helpful and service was prompt. I would definitely recommend this restaurant and would eat there again given half the chance! Since doing some research for this tip I have learned that Cafe Naj was voted Best Asian Dining Experience in the Chester Food & Drink Festival 2010.
Sunday - Thursday 5:30pm - 12:45am
Friday - Saturday 5:30pm - 1:45am
Free home delivery (Min order £15)
Thursday 5:30pm - 10:30pm Adults £7.95 Children £4.95
Sunday 3pm - 10pm Adults £6.95 Children £3.95
The Shanghai restaurant is situated on Hoole Road just a stonesthrow away from the City Centre. I had a great meal here and would really say it's one of the nicest Chinese Restaurants I have been to. We had a set menu for £25.00 which was basically a huge selection of starters from the menu, duck in plum sauce with pancakes and then we had a selection of main course dishes to share. The food was really delicious and the service was excellent - it was worth every penny!
I would think you would have to reserve a table if you were planning a visit during busy times (Fridays & Saturdays) as the restaurant area is a little on the small side.
Favorite Dish: They were all delicious.
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