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Skint & hungry in Chester? Off to Chez Jules
With its red check tablecloths and pork rillettes, Chez Jules pays reverent homage to the classic French bistro, but on a brasserie scale. This warm, buzzy space is one of Chester's busiest restaurants, and here's why: the Tuesday night deal gives two courses and a bottle of house wine for £15. Legendary.
Over at Delikate on the other hand, Katie Hughes packs a lot into her small, quirkily decorated space. From beers brewed at nearby Dunham Massey to paella rice, Uppercrust's gourmet pies and champagne, pretty much every gastronomic base is covered. Prices are as silly as sandwiches from £2.50 and hot meals from £3. Check out delikate.co.uk.
At the Blue Moon Café you’ll feel back in the 50s and 60s in this retro homage to the coffee bars of that time. The menu, whilst taking in such exotica as Sardinian fish stews or Spanish ham and chorizo casserole, harks back to a time of fuss-free home cooking. If you can stomach it, and crave some nostalgia try the ‘liver and onions.’ bluemooncafe.eu.