Our Top 5 Places to Eat in Cheshire

Are you a lover of quality food in an establishment with a great atmosphere? Then look no further, Cheshire has some great little pubs that will give you that quality dining experience without breaking the bank.

Have a look at a few of our favourites:

The White Lion, Alvanley

The White Lion, situated in the picturesque village of Alvanley has a selection of great cask ales and mouth-watering food to satisfy all appetites. From the Great British favourite beer battered cod and chips to asparagus and pea girasole, there really is something for everyone to enjoy. The large beer garden has wonderful views over the Cheshire plains and Welsh hills for you to chill out and admire with a drink in hand.

The Carriers Inn, Delamere

With views looking over Hatchmere Lake on the edge of Delamere forest, The Carriers Inn is great if you want to enjoy some lovely food in an idyllic setting. Whether you want a dish off the A La Carte menu or a more traditional choice then The Carriers Inn has something to tempt your taste buds. Dating back to the 1630’s, the pub is said to originally of been a smithy and it is believed to be haunted, but don’t let this put you off as the food is all locally sourced and the wide choice caters for all tastes and requirements.

The Red Lion, Pickmere

Located in-between Northwich and Knutsford your family can be guaranteed a warm welcome at The Red Lion in Pickmere. With an extensive beer garden to the rear you can enjoy a nice refreshing pint of the locally brewed cask ale or maybe a glass of your favourite wine. Meanwhile, the children can entertain themselves safely on the pubs very own play area. The chef always has something exciting on the specials board or you can still enjoy great pub food at competitive prices. The Steak New Yorker is a personal favourite, succulent 10oz rump steak topped with BBQ sauce, bacon and cheese served with hand cut chips, roasted cherry tomatoes and whole flat mushroom.

The Bulls Head, Frodsham

The Bulls Head in the small market town of Frodsham is a free house, with 6 real ales on offer, most customers can usually find that beer they love, be it a pale ale or darker variety. If wine is more to your taste then the range of wines will suit your fancy. With a choice of lighter bites for lunch or a freshly cooked meal from the specials or main menu, all the dishes look very appetising.

Piste, Tarporley

If you’re looking for a fine dining experience then the award winning Piste Wine bar and Restaurant in the bustling town of Tarporley is for you. The exquisite menu offers many mouth-watering dishes that are likely to make your taste buds go wild. If you want a quality meal at a great price then there is the mountain menu where you can get 2 courses for £13.95 or 3 courses for £17.95. But if you are looking to treat yourself then you will be spoilt for choice with the main menu and the variety of scrumptious dishes, or why not indulge in a cocktail to start the weekend in style in this elegant stylish establishment.

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