Dine out in Cheshire

You'll find restaurants for everyone in Cheshire

Cheshire is a county of great diversity, with busy towns still displaying their industrial heritage and rural villages filled with picturesque cottages and excellent dining venues. The county seat is the Roman city of Chester, and the big destinations of Liverpool and Manchester are within easy reach. Cheshire also has some fantastic restaurants, spanning every cuisine and ranging from affordable student eateries through to Michelin-star winning fine-dining venues, which wow the critics and gastronomes alike.

Dine out in a different region

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    Which of Cheshire's restaurants will you enjoy?

    This county is a hot foodie destination with something to suit everyone. Enjoy lunch at a cosy country pub in Lymm and walk off your food afterwards along the canal. Indulge in a sociable Italian lunch in stylish Stockton Heath with friends, or take in an afternoon tea in Hale. Wilmslow and Alderley Edge are glamorous, high-end and frequented by famous faces, and you'll find a number of award-winning Cheshirerestaurants and popular chains, along with plenty of bars and cafes if you're planning on making an evening of it. Alternatively, head to the shopping destination of Warrington and enjoy a great family meal at one of the brasseries around the old town. Whatever your budget, preference or occasion, you'll find restaurants to suit in Cheshire.
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    Which Cheshire restaurants do diners rate?

    The Côte Brasserie in Chester is very popular with Quandoo diners and highly rated for its steak frites , chocolate fondant dessert and authentic French cooking techniques. For great British food, try the Farmers Arms in Poynton, which is known by every local for its superb food, drinks and rustic charm. The quality of cuisine is excellent and the venue offers everything from light bites through to hearty meals, delivered with plenty of class. Don't forget to try the famous Disley Masala either. Instantly recognisable for its purple-themed decor, this restaurant is famed for its contemporary menu and mouth-watering dishes, including the highly decadent Princess Jalfrezi.
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    Enjoy the occasion at Cheshire's restaurants

    Cheshire is well known for its foodie offering, and the Cheshire restaurants work hard to offer exceptional service and a fantastic experience that keeps diners coming back for more. There are plenty of award-winning venues in the county, including those with Michelin stars and entries in the Good Food guide, as well as smaller and cosier Cheshire restaurants that are ideal for families who want quality food with a great welcome. You'll find a wide array of reviews on Quandoo to help you choose - just remember to book your table in advance to avoid any disappointment, as the locals love to dine out and Cheshire's restaurantscan get very busy indeed.