Walled city, old Roman fortress, situated on a river: Chester sounds pretty lovely, huh? It also sounds fairly romantic. Chester makes the perfect place for a romantic evening, whether you’re from the city or travelling from afar. It’s also a great place to eat. So, lovebirds, we’ve put together a list specifically for you, of the best romantic restaurants in Chester. Now go get your food on.
They say the road to anyone’s heart is through their stomach and you’ll definitely be getting there fast if you take your date to Chez Jules. Situated in one of the gorgeous black and white Tudor buildings that the area is famed for, Chez Jules operates with a menu that changes daily, meaning you’ll never get bored of visiting. The food is French inspired (we told you it was romantic), meaning there’s a plentiful supply of fish, cheese, and delicious sauces. Wash it all down with one of their perfectly chosen wines and you’re in for a great time.
Situated in the imposing Chester Hotel, La Brasserie has the type of surroundings that are sure to impress your amour. High ceilings, mirrored walls, and even a domed roof make this one of the most beautiful venues in the area. If you’re looking for romantic restaurants in Chester, La Brasserie, with their traditional dishes like Welsh dry-aged beef, and seared mackerel romesco is the perfect spot. Even better, if you don’t feel like the trek home, book yourself into one of their gorgeous rooms and really embrace the romance.
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If anyone knows anything about passion, it’s the Greeks. Which is why, if you’re looking for a Chester restaurant with a romantic vibe, we suggest you check this place out. Serving up “Greek cuisine and a selection of Mediterranean dishes with modern twists”, it’s a great place to relax with your other half (or potential other half). Their moussaka is to die for and their tzatziki is one of the best we’ve tasted, really your main issue here is how you’ll fit out their door.
If you’re a horse-racing fan, we’ve got the perfect spot for you. Even if you’re not though, this restaurant, overlooking the UK’s oldest race-course is a pretty cool place to eat dinner. And the food’s not bad too, with classic British ingredients like black pudding, ham hock, and goats cheese featuring prominently on the menu. Fear not though, it’s not pub grub (much as we love a burger or a steak pie at ResDiary) as the chefs have impressive twists on every dish. When dinner is done, head up to their super cool bar, The Roof, to really show your date a great night.