Established in 1865, The Chester Grosvenor sits elegantly beside the landmark Eastgate Clock, just a short walk away from Chester Cathedral.
From the chic sophistication of Michelin starred Simon Radley at The Chester Grosvenor, the elegance of The Arkle Bar and Lounge to the relaxed Parisian style La Brasserie, the Chester Grosvenor have a dining experience to suit all tastes and occasions at our restaurants and bar in Chester.
The exceptional menus designed by executive chef Simon Radley change seasonally, with the emphasis on using the very best, fresh local produce in imaginative and innovative ways.
Welcome to both resident and non-resident guests, Simon Radley at at The Chester Grosvenor offers contemporary dining in an atmosphere of chic sophistication. The award winning restaurant has retained its Michelin star since 1990, has four AA rosettes and has been recognised as one of the top 100 restaurants in the UK by The Sunday Times.
Welcome to both resident and non-resident guests, La Brasserie has a relaxed Parisian style atmosphere, making it the perfect place for a coffee, a cocktail or a leisurely meal. The black leather sofas, sleek granite tabletops and hand-painted glass skylight all add to the feeling of French sophistication.
Arkle Bar & Lounge
The Arkle Bar and Lounge is a luxuriously comfortable area of understated elegance and sophistication. Serving morning coffee, light lunches and traditional afternoon tea, it is also the perfect place for a pre-dinner cocktail and is stocked with interesting malts, vintage ports and a wide range of liqueurs.