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Chester Pubs & Restaurants
Cheshire has a wealth of restaurants ranging from a Michelin stared restaurant to tea shops serving the finest afternoon tea around, all aiming to provide a unique and exciting experience to all. Many of our eateries pride themselves on serving up delicious, home-cooked dishes with the emphasis on using the finest, local produce. You will find plenty to tempt you.
This is a large stylish bar & restaurant. Great for a afternoon coffee or a fantastic evening meal. Bar food served alongside the best of modern English cuisine served in the restaurant.
A spacious paved area allows for alfresco dining and views over rural scenery. We offer a large variety of choice so that people of all ages will be satisfied when they dine at The Shrewsbury Arms.
The Red Lion
The Red Lion is a popular pub in central Chester with a great atmosphere and arguably one of Chester's finest pubs.
Located right in the heart of Chester on Watergate Street, Aquavitus is a classy, European-style restaurant with dark wood floors that nicely offset the crisp white linen tablecloths. A new downstairs bar has recently been added. The eclectic menu is French-influenced but drawing on flavours from around the world, including Scandinavia. Good-value lunch and early evening menus plus live music every Friday. Recently recommended in the Sunday Times, Sunday Telegraph and Independent On Sunday.
The Bell Pepper is a cafe cum bistro in the village of Saltney, two miles from Chester. By day it's a During the day it's a café and tea room offering home-made scones, cakes, soup, all-day breakfasts, light bites, sandwiches and daily specials. On Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings it opens as a bistro serving a la carte international cuisine. It's the area's only bistro-quality restaurant and has a BYO policy on wine. Parties, with special themed set menus, are a speciality.
Part of the Yesteryear Pub group, the Number Fifteen brand is aimed at the more mature customer, with tunes from the seventies and eighties setting the tone. Chester's Number Fifteen attracts tourists, locals and racegoers alike and has subtle lighting, candles on the bar and sofas in the window to watch the world pass by. The menu ranges from soup and paninis to hearty mains liks shepherds pie, lasagne and fish & chips.