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Francs of Chester

Gilt framed mirrors gleam among monochrome prints, exposed brickwork, and wooden beams all combine to create a charming ambience, the restaurant is spread over three floors- dining on the ground and second floors- and the third story lounge for that pre or post dinner Bordeaux.

Francs offer an extensive A la Carte menu, with our ever popular Menu du Jour and great value for money offers throughout the week. As you would expect an extensive list of French and New World wines has been created to compliment your meal.
Address: 14 Cuppin Street
Price range: £25 and under
Phone: 01244.317952
Site: www.francs.co.uk
Cuisines: French, World

Moules A Go Go

Moules a go-go is a real find, not only specialising in great sea food but in its rotisserie-cooked, corn fed chicken and a fine selection of steaks including flavoursome Hereford, juicy welsh beef bread on rich green grass and of course, the famous Scottish Aberdeen angus.
The interior décor is an intriguing as the food with split level dining and a lounge bar with sofas, armchairs and artwork of Café society.
Address: 39-41 Watergate Row
Price range: £25 and under
Phone: 01244348818
Site: www.moulesagogo.co.uk
Cuisines: Asian/Oriental, European, Fusion

Oddfellows, Chester

It is very important to us to find a balance between using local producers and importing fine foods from around the UK.
Oddfellows has so much to offer you whether it is quick but eclectic, slow and lavish, we meet the most demanding standards, what is it you desire, we can get it for you. So what is the wait, we are a mere hop skip and click away.
Address: 20 Lower Bridge Street
Price range: £41 and over
Phone: 01244689809
Site: www.oddfellows.biz
Cuisines: European

The Living Room - Chester

A selection of Home Comforts - bangers and mash, fish and chips – are designed for easy eating yet there are also more elaborate dishes like Seared peppered tuna with salsa rosso or Roasted lamb cutlets with minted pesto vegetables. Small plates - such as cured ham with grissini and olives – allow for casual snacking while sandwiches and salads enable one-course, easy and casual dining.

All-day opening is designed to facilitate easy access and reinforces a core ethos behind The Living Room; you, the customer, is the one empowered to make decisions and we want to make it as easy as possible for you to do that, enjoy it and be comfortable.
Address: 13 St Werburgh Street
Price range: £25 and under
Phone: 08704422805
Site: www.thelivingroom.co.uk
Cuisines: Italian, Specific Menus

The Living Room - Chester
Atmospheric alcoves, nook and crannies mark this out as one of the more romantic Living Rooms and is often full of couples. Plenty of space to be away from them, though, if you’d rather. A big bar shares the ground floor with a regularly-played grand piano and a small raised dining area. A grand staircase leads to the main mezzanine restaurant. Up another floor lies a windowless wooden den of a members bar. Back downstairs, a big skylight floods the restaurant with light, while the buzz of the bar fills the air from below. While this isn’t fine dining, the eclectic menu is consistently good, particularly the steaks, and that ole favourite, bangers and mash. Nice wine list, with eight new bottles to choose from every month.
Address: 13 St Werburgh Street
Price range: £2a and under
Cuisines: Thai, European

The historic walled city of Chester is home to the almost as historic Francs, who have been serving top quality French food to Cheshire for twenty years. The imposing building, tucked away from the hustle and bustle of the main shopping and tourism drag, with its ancient looking timbered façade belies the gorgeous interior. The soaring beams, leather armchairs and antiqued mirrors could be straight out of Elle Home, while the menu has kept on moving with the times, adding an element of fun to stylish French cuisine. With food for any occasion Francs prides itself on using the very freshest ingredients and putting real imagination in to every dish.
Address: 14 Cuppin Street
Price range: £24 and under
Cuisines: French

Aqua-Vitus restaurant in Chester is the nearest you can come to a charming, European-style bistro without getting your passport out. Birgitta and Graham Burling (he’s the chef) have conjured up an intimate and romantic yet casual establishment, from the curving front awning to the two-level dining rooms with their golden walls, exposed brick, brass chandeliers, skylight and white table linens. The eclectic French menu with its touches of Swedish cuisine is one to satisfy gourmets, using fresh, seasonal produce. Dishes change constantly, but the very traditional Swedish herrings three ways with a shot of Aquavit are always on. Not an Aqua-Vitus signature dish, says Graham, just a bit of fun. Nice Business Lunch menu.
Address: 58 Watergate street
Price range: £35-£44 / €50-
Cuisines: Thai, European

La Brasserie
La Brasserie restaurant in Chester’s acclaimed Chester Grosvenor Hotel is a modern version of a Belle Epoque Parisian brasserie. With glass frontage, in the French style, it is lit by a hand-painted glass sky light, and furnished with black leather banquettes, sleek granite tables, flowing marble sculptures, and catch-the-action mirrors. This is the spot for full meals – with a choice of classic grills -- or light bites with a tres Francais menu under the direction of executive chef Simon Radley, who adds many inventive dishes to the mix. The ambience is tranquil and sophisticated. This restaurant is an award-winner, and you see it everywhere, from the décor to the wine list to the cuisine to the deft service. Great for people-watching, too.
Address: Chester Grosvenor Hotel, Eastgate
Price range: £24 / €34 and und
Cuisines: British

The Arkle
The Arkle restaurant in Chester’s superlative Chester Grosvenor Hotel has held a Michelin star for seventeen years running – surely a record outside of London. Under the direction of Simon Radley the exceptional modern British menu changes seasonally and uses only the finest ingredients. The cellar is also renowned, having six hundred bins and a sommelier of prodigious knowledge. The dining room itself is as dashing as you would expect with Charles Rennie Macintosh style chairs, oriental carpets, fine woods, original artwork, ebony pillars and many-layered tones of gold and taupe. The Arkle’s service is distinguished by its warmth and professionalism. Top marks.
Address: Eastgate
Price range: £65 - £74
Cuisines: British

Pastarazzi is one of Chester’s best-loved restaurants, serving top-quality Italian fare in a sensational gothic setting. The grade 2 listed building has been lovingly restored and the original oak paneling, rich red ceilings and ethereal arched windows create a convivial atmosphere. Pastarazzi’s award-winning menu is based on traditional Italian recipes, adapted to include fresh and seasonal produce. Popular dishes include the homemade butternut squash ravioli with sage butter, mushroom Wellington with red onion marmalade and gruyere cheese, and tomato and buffalo mozzarella risotto. With an extensive wine list and attentive service, Pastarazzi is fast becoming an institution.
Address: 29 Grosvenor St
Price range: £35 - £44

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