This is a rare combination of a first rate pub, with a first class menu. The pub has a wide selection of local real ales, set in a high ceilinged Jacobean Great Hall. It has a real local feel, with folk of all ages chatting away. The huge original fireplace is the backdrop to the bar. (The original timbered outside walls had to be clad with brick by decree, after the Great Fire in London)
The food is some of the best I've eaten anywhere, and ridiculously good value for money.
My all time favourite Chester pub was the Boot, but I may have to reconsider.
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