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10 best spots for brunch in Cheshire

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When it comes to lazy weekend lounging, breakfast is, well, toast. Now it’s all about brunch.

From pancake stacks to poached eggs in all their many forms, you’ll find the best places to ease yourself into the day – with a caffeine jolt if necessary – in our guide to the ten best spots for brunch in Cheshire.

  • Brunch at Chestergate Bistro in Macclesfield

    Chestergate Bistro

    Restaurant - British

    Chestergate Bistro is an independent British restaurant with a relaxed atmosphere and great service. It’s the little touches like an amuse bouche before your meal that mark this place out as somewhere that makes a real effort with food.

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  • Fancy a caramel croissant for brunch at Ginger & Pickles Tarporley?

    Ginger & Pickles Tarporley

    Restaurant - British

    Ginger and Pickles has a slightly 1940s feel to it but there’s no rationing here; there are cakes in abundance. The tea room is set in a gorgeous double-fronted building on the High Street in Tarporley and there are also a few tables outside, too.

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  • Hot chocolate from Kenyon Hall Farm, a farm shop and cafe near Warrington

    Kenyon Hall Farm


    Kenyon Hall Farm is the perfect countryside day out all year round. From picking up a premium Fraser Fir Christmas tree and warming up with a hot chocolate, to tucking into a hearty farmhouse breakfast before going on an Easter egg hunt, it’s always a breath of fresh air.

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  • Bagel with smoked salmon from the Cheshire Smokehouse make a great brunch at Smoke in Wilmslow


    Restaurant - Modern British

    Smoke is a modern restaurant that’s a mix of cool design, wine bar and relaxed cafe-style menu of small plates and sharing boards. The thing that really sets this place apart is its partnership with the award-winning Cheshire Smokehouse so you know that the produce is some of the best in the county.

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  • The Bridge, a hotel and restaurant in Prestbury, Cheshire
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    The Bridge


    Located in a Grade II Listed building from 1626, The Bridge is full of charm, whether you’re going for a weekend away or Sunday lunch. This hotel and restaurant sits on the banks of the River Bollin in the picturesque Cheshire village of Prestbury, and has been newly refurbished.

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  • Hot chocolate with giant marshmallows at The Green, Bollington

    The Green


    The Green is a cute and cosy little cafe in Bollington. This may be Cheshire not Scandinavia, but it exudes hygge and happiness with hot chocolates topped with gigantic marshmallows, sunny plates of eggs benedict, and towering banana pancakes with pecans and maple syrup.

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  • Brunch at The Lambing Shed Farm Shop and Kitchen

    The Lambing Shed Farm Shop and Kitchen

    Farm Shop

    Moseley Hall Farm is home to 250 cattle, over 2,500 sheep, and in the barn once used for newborn lambs and their ewes, The Lambing Shed Farm and Cafe.

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  • The Picturedrome, Macclesfield's food hall

    The Picturedrome

    Restaurant - Global

    The Picturedrome is the Macclesfield spin-off of the popular food hall group behind Altrincham Market Hall, Market House Alty and Manchester’s Mackie Mayor. The team have re-imagined what was the town’s first cinema and it’s now a buzzing meeting spot with coffee, quality booze and food from an eclectic set of kitchen powerhouses.

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  • The Vicarage, a hotel and restaurant in Cheshire
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    The Vicarage


    The Vicarage sits on the banks of the River Dane, in Cranage, a village on the edge of Holmes Chapel. It’s full of old-fashioned country charm: bucolic surroundings, a wisteria-clad eighteenth century Grade II listed building, beams and roll-top baths.

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  • Pancake stack? Victors Alderely Edge is just one of the entries in our ten best brunch spots in Cheshire list.
    Alderley Edge

    Victors Alderley Edge

    Restaurant - Pan Asian

    Victors Alderley Edge is a wisteria-clad restaurant that’s perfect for people-watching. It’s relaxed but in a very glamorous, high-end way with fast-flowing Champagne accompanying the eggs Benedict, never mind the surf and turf.

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