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New in 2008, the stylish 1st and 2nd floor glass-fronted Restaurant 1539 offers â¦ modern British restaurant cuisine and a la carte dining to racegoers and a panoramic view of the entire Chester Racecourse.
Alexa W said
I visited the restaurant on Saturday 19 February 2011 and had a wonderful meal, the tasting starter was really different and gave me an opportunity of sampling 5 dishes which were happily shared by my partner, the lamb was cooked to perfection and the wine was great. The service as usual was excellent, I very much look forward to my return and having another lovely meal. Alexa W
The exciting new 1650 St Johns Restaurant within the MacDonalds Blossom Hotel offers a divine new menu in the heart of Chester City centre. With a mouth-watering selection of fish and steaks now available at this modern British restaurant you'll be spoilt for choice.read more
Located in Higher Burwardsley, near historic Chester, The Pheasant Inn's modern British restaurant offers distinctive cuisine in an atmospheric and picturesque setting.
Nigel H said
We had a lovley time at The Pheasant Inn near Chester for good, wholesome, freshly-cooked modern English restaurant fare and wholesome European food. During winter months you can enjoy inviting meals around their open log fire or dine outside in the summer months whilst appreciating the wonderful panoramic views of the Cheshire countryside
Redmond's Restaurant is a modern British Restaurant situated within the fabulous Carden Park Golf Resort & Spa near Chester. It boasts a mouth-watering menu with sophisticated dishes as well as classics.read more
Michael Caines Restaurant is a modern British restaurant and centrepiece of the Abode Hotel in beautiful, historic Chester. Located on the 5th floor, with wonderful views of the surrounding countryside, this is a special place to come to enjoy Michael Caine's cuisine of the highest order.
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