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excellent wines from both classic European vineyards as well as New World estates.

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The Plough, Lupton T e Plough is the new sister inn of the Lake

Michael Caines Restaurant at ABode Chester

T e Michael Caines Restaurant & Champagne bar is perfectly located in the heart of City on the 5th fl oor of the ABode Chester, with wonderful views of the surrounding countryside and the historic Racecourse. T e atmospheric dining room serves innovative European cuisine to the highest order with the added option of dining ‘alfresco’ on the outside terrace which provides the best open-air dining option in the city. Executive Chef Stuart Collins, in consultation with Michael, has created an exciting range of menus, including grazing, a la carte and tasting with a selection of excellent wines from both classic European vineyards as well as New World estates.

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District’s award winning Punch Bowl Inn at Crosthwaite, and is fast developing the same great reputation for top quality food and drink. T e exciting menu features a choice of small plates from all over the globe as well as the more traditional locally-sourced favourites like Cumbrian Lamb cutlets and local Cumberland sausages washed down with a selection of fi ne beers and real ales - and don’t miss the impressive rustic wine caves. You can choose to eat in the bar area or the restaurant, both of which have a mix of

Matou Pan-Asian Restaurant & Bar, Liverpool

Liverpool’s fashionable pan-Asian restaurant Matou is the perfect place to dine or drink, as the season of spectacular events on the waterfront continues. Don’t miss the world famous Matthew Street Festival as it hits Pier Head over the August Bank Holiday, celebrating our city’s wonderful musical heritage. T en during September, enjoy some fi rst class views of On the Waterfront’s sensational Mersey River Festival (8–15 September) from our riverside restaurant.

To book, call 0151 236 2928 or visit

1539 Restaurant & Bar, Chester Open seven days a week with panoramic

views across the oldest racecourse in Britain, the award winning 1539 Restaurant & Bar brings you contemporary British cooking with a focus on regional and local suppliers. Above the restaurant is the newly extended roof lounge and terrace– a totally unique venue, off ering luxurious alfresco dining during the summer months.

To book, call 01244 304611 or visit

Michael Caines restaurant at ABode Manchester

T e Michael Caines Restaurant at ABode Manchester has established itself as one of Manchester’s most exciting dining destinations and is located just minutes from bustling Piccadilly. T e restaurant is set within an atmospheric lower level dining room and serves exciting and innovative European cuisine utilising the best local and regional produce. Executive Chef Mark Rossi, in consultation with Michael, has created an exciting range of menus for you to enjoy, including grazing, a la carte and tasting. T e wine list has been carefully chosen to complement the cuisine, with a selection of

cent of prestige eating places. T e individual approach to simple but imaginative cooking, is the next level in style and expertly formal but relaxed fi ne dining. T e à la carte menu of often classic traditional British dishes with extravagant twists – supported by an extensive wine list – includes innovative ‘sous vide’ specialities and a six-course Gourmet Tasting Menu demonstrating the exceptional breadth and variety of its cuisine.

To book a reservation, call 01625 583033 or visit

antique tables, comfy sofas, wood burning stoves and original oak beams off ering a truly relaxed and enjoyable dining experience.

To book a reservation, call 015395 67700, or visit

The Alderley Restaurant, Alderley Edge With three AA rosettes recognising

“exceptional standards of cuisine” T e Alderley Restaurant is among the country’s top 10 per

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