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Chester Travel Guide

Eating in Chester

Cheshire has a wealth of restaurants ranging from a Michelin stared restaurant to tea shops serving the finest afternoon tea around, most of these consist of popular chippies and places that sell hot and cold pies, all aiming to provide a unique and exciting experience to all.

Many eateries pride themselves on serving up delicious, home-cooked dishes with the emphasis on using the finest, local produce.

Chester drinking scene shows plenty of historic, old-fashioned English pubs, but most places will stop serving at around 11:30pm, and even a little earlier on Sundays. There are only a handful of nightclubs, and the relative lack of competition means they aren't that fantastic. The latest any club will stay open in Chester is 3am.

Chester Food and Drink Festival
With over 80 exhibitors featuring Cheshire and North West produce, and exciting chef demonstrations, this really is a superb event for everyone to indulge in. The festival takes place over a whole week (usually around the Easter period) and many pubs and restaurants add to the event by offering fresh, local produce at great discounted rates.

A landmark event during the Food and Drink Festival is the annual Cheese rolling competition, a revival of an ancient roman revel where teams from Cheshire take on other cheesemaking teams from round the country to be find out who will be crowned champion.

Restaunrants in Chester
Pubs & Bars in Chester

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