Roast dinner

With Mother’s Day fast-approaching (14th March), we wanted to share with you a range of our finest Chester restaurants! From traditional Roasts to Italian and everything in between, we are confident our Chester establishments will offer the perfect treat for mum to enjoy on her special day.

Ring O Bells

Christleton’s award-winning pub restaurant is offering its fresh, homemade food for delivery on Mother’s Day between 12pm and 7pm. Choose from a wide range of mains from classic fish and chips to more adventurous beef cheek and pancetta chilli, and even a Sunday Roast, accompanied with a scrumptious starter, side and dessert. Ring O’Bells also offers a children’s menu featuring specialities and mini-sized dishes, and also caters to vegan and vegetarian diets. Hungry already? View the menu here, and then email B2gorders@ringobellschester.co.uk to book your Mother’s Day delivery.

Suburbs

The Suburbs, located in the vibrant village of Hoole, is offering a classic Mother’s Day roast with an alcohol-infused twist. Chose to accompany your succulent roast dinner with a full bottle of prosecco (£25), or one of the Suburbs’ legendary 500ml cocktails including Smoke in the City and the Mile High Club (£20). Interested? Call 01244 344325 or order directly on their app.

Stile Napoletano

Not feeling a roast dinner this Mother’s Day? Why not settle for a Neapolitan-style pizza from Stile Napoletano, Giacomo Cuido’s brainchild, instead? With a menu spanning focaccia, deliziosa salad, pizza and calzone, with vegan and vegetarian options available, there is certain to be an Italian delight that takes your Mother’s fancy on their special day. Food can be ordered and delivered directly from Deliveroo.

Joseph Benjamin

Dine on Michelin Star food this Mother’s Day from the comfort of your own home with a stunning 3-course menu provided by Joseph Benjamin. All dishes are designed to be re-heated at home and can be collected from the restaurant on either 13th or 14th March at a time to suit you. The £32.50 menu consists of a starter made with their house-dried tomatoes and labneh (fresh soft cheese), either a slow-roast lamb shoulder with all the trimmings, or a miso and honey braised aubergine, and a muscovado rice pudding crumble, all followed by salted chocolate truffles. Sound good? Preorder here.  

Artichoke

Artichoke prides itself on its Sunday roasts, so why not treat mum to one this Mother’s Day? Choose from roast rib-eye of beef, roast chicken or a strudel, served with copious sides including a Yorkshire pudding, leek and potato gratin and honey glazed parsnips as standard. Why not go the full mile and accompany your roast with a scrumptious dessert such as a dark chocolate truffle cake or cheese board? Hungry for more? View the menu here and call 01244329229 to order.

The Yard

Chester’s up-market Italian restaurant offers two options for Festa Della Mamma at home this year. For £25 you can indulge in a Sunday roast (beef, chicken or vegetable wellington) with all the trimmings served with an authentic tiramisu and a bottle of house red or white wine. Option two, £65, boasts a 36oz Sirloin on the bone for two to share, decadent side dishes, chocolate pots for dessert and a bottle of Prosecco. To order, either email hello@theyardrestaurants.co.uk or call 01244325199.

Hickory’s

Available for delivery between (and including) 11th and 14th March, Hickory’s Mother’s Day BBQ Box promises smokehouse delights for up to four of you to enjoy! For £70, you can dine on multiple heat-at-home dishes including two ½ chickens, four corn dogs and a full rack of Memphis ribs, plus a ‘Create & Bake Cookie kit’ including chocolate chip cookie dough pucks and a variety of mouth-watering toppings. Order online here.

The Chester Fields

For just £65 for four people, why not choose to dine on a two-course, locally sourced Mother’s Day menu from The Chester Fields? The main course is a ready-to-heat roast with Beef or Lamb and all of the trimmings, and for dessert, a decadent French apple tart with caramel sauce and cream, or a cinder toffee and chocolate cheesecake. Plus, each bundle includes a £10 voucher for Oak & Smoke woodfired pizza and a gift for Mum!

Alternatively, The Chester Fields is also offering a Mother’s Day Afternoon Tea for up to four people. Featuring a choice of classic sandwiches including smoked salmon and cream cheese, and beef and horseradish, an English scone and pastries, and the all-important tea, it offers a classic dining option for all involved.

Interested in either menu? Order before 7pm on Friday 12th March either here, on Facebook or Instagram (include your phone number), or by calling 01244303100. Delivery costs £5 within 10 miles of the restaurant, and will arrive by 4pm latest on 14th March.

Sergio’s

Whilst you may not be able to dine with Sergio’s iconic Cathedral view this Mother’s Day, you are still able to indulge in its Italian delights! Featuring its full menu, spanning antipasti, pasta, pizza, pollo/carne, and desserts, a Mother’s Day meal from Sergio’s can be perfectly customised to meet your taste and budget! Why not accompany your European delights with a bottle of (sparkling) wine? Order online here.

The Architect

The Architect has one of the widest menus for this Mother’s Day, boasting both gastro pub classics and iconic Roast dinners. So, whether it is a chicken, ham and leek pie, or a mixed roast of beef and pork that takes your fancy, it will certainly have something for all. It also offers an expansive children’s menu including chicken goujons, tomato and basil pasta and roast pork, and puddings to tease even the sweetest of sweet tooths. Why not go all out and add a bottle of wine to your meal? All dishes are available through click and collect only. View the menu here, and then submit your requests here.

Have you chosen to indulge in any of these offerings for Mother’s Day? Let us know in the comments below and be sure to tag us on any relevant social media posts using #YourCheshire!

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