British, Traditional Restaurants in Cheshire
1. 1539 British, Traditional restaurant in Chester The Racecourse - CH1
“With stunning views over Chester Racecourse” (“book early to be sure of a window table”), this well-established venue marries “fine wines and food” and, so long as you “don’t go on race days”, there are “usually quiet areas for those important business meetings”.
2. Brewery Tap British, Traditional restaurant in Chester 52-54 Lower Bridge Street - CH1
2019 Review: Local brewery Spitting Feathers’ real ale and real food joint is a solid performer with a winning line of cask ales, hand-pulled ciders and locally sourced grub; the location in a Jacobean great hall adds to the joys of a visit.
3. La Brasserie, Chester Grosvenor British, Modern restaurant in Chester Eastgate - CH1
“Hotel brasseries don’t usually hold much appeal”, but this “big, slightly blingy, and certainly buzzing” operation provides an unusually high level of polish for a venue in a small provincial city. The food? – from a “fairly standard” menu some reporters feel results are “terrific”, but others say “while prices weren’t awful, I expected more from the place, so the bill felt like it was heavy without delivering”. Top Tip – “fabulous afternoon tea in beautiful surroundings”.
4. The Hand & Trumpet British, Traditional restaurant in Wrinehill Main Rd - CW3
2019 Review: Pub belonging to the Brunning & Price empire – and showcasing their usual “dependable food and service in a relaxed atmosphere” (“the menu choice is increasing”, and there’s an “excellent variety” of beers); the pleasant vintage-style interior leads out to a deck overlooking a pond.
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