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Cooking, clientele and decor in this swanky hotel restaurant are all really, really rich, thanks to foie gras, old Cheshire money and impressive antique furniture respectively. Classically trained
and with lots of luxury ingredients to play with – caviar, truffles and lobster all feature strongly – chef Simon Radley makes sure punters get what they pay for. As do the well-oiled
front-of-house staff, who make showy use of both trolleys and silver domes. The heavy-weight wine list is one of the country's best, but (as with the rest of the experience) it comes at a price.
Simon Radley is a Michelin starred restaurant set within the classical Grosvenor hotel in the centre of Chester. Not short of accolades it is also ranked 47th in the latest edition of The Good Food Guide. We chose the restaurant as a venue for a anniversary meal. Everything about the hotel and dining room screamed classical and traditional in keeping with Chester in general.We took advantage of the Spring offer of the tasting for £59 per head which seemed good value. The bread offering is one of the most extensive we have come across and personal favourites include walnut and fig, potato and brioche...
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