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The Gainsborough Restaurant at the Willington Hall Hotel near Chester offers a very special fine dining experience with their team of exceptional chefs and event organisers happy to assist with making your hotel stay, evening or wedding event memorable.read more
Michael Caines Restaurant provides its discerning Chester clients with a unique and sophisticated dining experience. This fine dining restaurant has a reputation for excellent, tantalising cuisine.
Gar Li said
We went a couple of weeks ago for my birthday treat. Having been there a couple of weeks after they had opened and having been mostly disappointed by that experience we only chose it because the Grosvenor was fully booked. It was a busy Saturday night but what a difference there was this time!! The champagne bar appears to have been revamped and is much improved. The service was top notch and the food was excellent. We ordered the tasting menu with matching wines. O.H is on a gluten free diet and they accomodated this superbly without any fuss or bother. Fortunately we had booked a room for the night (O.H. only just made it back to it under her own steam). A really enjoyable experience and although it ain't cheap I think that on this showing it is a viable alternative to the Grosvenor. Thoroughly recommended for a special occasion. P.S. The Breakfast is very good as well. Gar Li
Their imaginative fine dining restaurant menu puts the emphasis on the best fresh local produce, and with nearly 1000 bins, their wine cellar is one of the most extensive in England.
We ate here just as Simon Radley got his second Michelin star. The three of us chose the tasting menu, with accompanying wines for some of the courses. The presentation was very classy, with a high staff to diner ratio. Coordinated lifting of plate covers. This was certainly "fine dining". The tasting menu itself was a fun experience, but my palate was only truly wowed by a couple of the courses. A highlight was the two-tier tray of petit-fours that came with the coffee. The Sommelier was friendly, chatty and knowledgeable. The wines suggested for the courses were well chosen, especially enjoyed the Gevrey-Chambertin. Vaux