Whether you’re a Cheshire native, or you’re visiting the area on holiday, don’t miss our brand new Cheshire Food & Drink Guide – jam-packed with all the highlights of this plentiful region.
With a population of around one million, Cheshire undoubtedly boasts some of the most stunning landscapes in the country. In between the mountains of North Wales and the Peak District, Cheshire has much to offer locals and tourists alike.
Unspoiled rolling hills and quaint towns and villages present plenty of opportunities to explore the area’s beauty. In Chester especially, you’ll find an abundance of shopping opportunities, entertainment and even film and TV locations to explore. Chester Zoo is no doubt a pilgrimage for families from all over. Yet can anything beat a nice scenic walk, before you tuck into a delicious meal in a cosy pub?
The Food and Drink Scene
Cheshire has become a certified foodie hot spot in recent years. It seems there’s an ever-expanding number of accolades under the belts of pubs and restaurants around the region. Most recently, chef Simon Radley was awarded a Michelin Star for his work at the Chester Grosvenor for the 28th consecutive year!
It doesn’t stop there – the Michelin Guide for 2018 features a multitude of local pubs and inns, proving the culinary might of the area. After a long walk around the Peak District or the expansive Cheshire countryside, you might just stumble upon a Michelin Guide-standard restaurant by chance! There’s no doubt that the growing foodie buzz in the area is in part thanks to the wealth of top-quality produce on offer. The best part is that this applies to restaurants all over the county. Whatever your taste and budget, you’re certain to find something perfect to suit your needs!
All of the above is why we’ve chosen to unveil a brand new guide focusing on the wealth of great food and drink Cheshire has to offer. Keep your eyes on our blog and social media to keep up to date!