In FoodChester

Interwoven amongst the historic City Walls and The Rows is a rich variety of coffee shops from the usual suspects of the big name chains to the smaller independently owned fares.

Whether you prefer to grab-and-go, or a sink into a sumptuous armchair and sup, there is something for everyone within the heart of this historic city.

The Mad Hatters Tearooms is a busy little ‘Bou-tea-que’ worth paying a visit to on Bridge Street Row, offering a range of tea’s coffees, and decadent homemade cakes.

Nestled directly underneath Bridge Street Row is the Jaunty Goat, comfy and cosy it’s the perfect place for a casual catch up or a quick business lunch. 

For a more relaxed ambiance see Café Nero on Foregate Street; the armchairs inside are just made to sink into. Perfect for people watching those heading towards the park or train station, just be careful you don’t get too comfortable or you may fall asleep!  

Just outside of the city center is the The Little Yellow Pig; A family friendly environment where LEGO is provided on the table tops to keep little, and big kids, entertained alike. With an emphasis on fresh local produce, and high quality coffee, its an unmissable aspect of Chester. 

For practical coffee connoisseur, then look no further than Bollands of Chester to buy a variety of freshly roasted beans, established in 1846 the staff here pride themselves in their knowledge of their ever expanding tea and coffee selections. 


Mad Hatters Tearoom & Bakery
Tea Room/Coffee Shop
Enjoy a wonderful afternoon tea or delicious cake at Mad Hatters Tearooms & Bakery

As the name suggests, the team at Mad Hatters Tearooms love the fun and quirkier side of life and pride themselves on creating a warm, welcoming and relaxed environment for you to escape the everyday hustle and bustle of the city centre.

Caffe Nero
Tea Room/Coffee Shop
Caffe Nero

Coffee shop chain with a menu of Italian style light dishes and speciality drinks.

Jaunty Goat
Tea Room/Coffee Shop
Jaunty Goat

Influenced by Scandinavian design, complemented by exposed Roman brickwork, locally handmade wooden furniture, and fuelled by one of the finest coffee machines in the industry - the Sanremo Opera.



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