The owner of my B&B in Chester recommended that I try this place. In theory, it's a French restaurant but that's more or less debatable. The food and presentation, however, are quite good and the prices are reasonable for what you get. I'd suggest getting a table by the window.
Edgar's is in a beautiful house with a garden right beside the River Dee. When the weather's nice, the terrace is delightful but this is England after all and the weather isn't usually nice! Luckily, the inside is nice too. It's a popular place for people coming from the nearby racetrack to stop and have a tea.
This magnificent Gothic cathedral offers diverse cultural and recreational activities for visitors like concerts and themed tours, which you can read more about on their website. It also has an nice coffee shop called The Refectory in a room that was built for monks in the thirteenth century. The Refectory is open from 9:30am to 4:30pm and has a delicious lunch menu, fabulous pastries, salads and sandwiches, oh, and free Wi-Fi!
Porta Tapas Bar has good reputation in the city and was recommended by the owner of our bed and breakfast. The tapas are all authentic and are delicious, perfect for those looking for a little taste of Spain in England.
Roly's Fudge has been making artisan home-made fudges for over twenty years. They now have 18 stores across the UK, U.S. and Ireland. They sell customized bags for birthdays, Christmas, Easter, Father's Day and Mother's Day. Prices start at just £9.45. It melts in your mouth.
This small ice cream shop is hidden below the Eastgate clock in a small cubicle in the city wall. It is Cheshire farm branch, where they make many different homemade ice cream flavors of renowned quality. A cup will cost you 3 euros.