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Food&Drink


Food & Drink


tastecheshire.com


Chester is a great city for food and drink and there’s a superb choice of places to wine and dine both indoors and out.


The crème de la crème is the Michelin- star restaurant, Simon Radley at The Chester Grosvenor although you can also eat like medieval monks in the refectory at Chester Cathedral if you prefer!


Waterside eateries abound along the river and the canal like The Blue Moon Café.


Chesterboat offers party night sailings on the River Dee - with dining on-board - on Saturday evenings during the summer, while the Mill Hotel operates a canal restaurant cruise all year, giving you the opportunity to wine, dine and sail in unforgettable style.


Its real ale pub has won a host of awards and its veggie cuisine arguably


28 visitchester.com gives the widest choice in the city!


Chester celebrates cappuccino culture as well as traditional afternoon tea in olde-worlde tea shops like The Three Kings, andMad Hatters.


Cosmopolitan Chester caters for all: inter-continental eateries abound from the exotic (Thai, Japanese, Chinese, Indian) to the European (Swedish, Italian, French, Spanish).


Look out too for Cheshire Cheese and fresh Dee salmon on the menu for a real taste of local fare!


Unique must-try eateries include 1539 and Abode both overlooking the racecourse, and The Brewery Tap located in a stunning listed building.


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