Offered as an informal spot to relax with a drink and a bite, the Bar at The Church in Chester is the perfect spot to kick off the weekend.
As the name suggests, The Church is a bar and restaurant situated in a converted church, yet plenty of the house of worship’s features have been preserved, from the stain glass windows to the gothic exterior, to the point that The Chester Civic Trust awarded The Church with the 2014 Preservation and Progress Award.
Now allowing tastecard members to choose between the restaurant and the bar dining areas, those calling advance can settle in wherever they please with an excellent discount on all food served to boot.
With such savings in mind why not peruse the appetisers, which offer tantalising tastes from across the globe. There are some particularly enticing choices, such as the spicy Fire Crackers, cream cheese stuffed jalapeno peppers partnered with a chilli dip, the juicy Gambas Pil Pil, garlic and chilli enriched king prawns, and the hearty Church Special Fries, covered with melted Mozzarella, barbecue sauce and pulled pork.
All manners of mouth-watering mains are available, which range from home style comforts to hanging skewers and refreshing salads to succulent steaks. Just a handful of these delights include the Mixed Seafood Skewer, consisting of scallops, king prawns and more with wild rice and a langoustine sauce, the sizzling Mediterranean vegetable fajitas, accompanied by grated cheese, guacamole and a tomato salsa, and the gargantuan Ten Commandments burger, stacked with pulled pork, smoked bacon, chicken and an 8oz beef burger.
A wealth of divine desserts, heavenly sandwiches and a specially crafted menu for the little angels of the family, The Church has something to please every palate.