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Brunching in Cheshire

Posted: August 17 2021
Category: Eating & Drinking
By: Jenny Schippers
Myself and Jenny have been on a mission to seek out as many brunches as we could find across Cheshire. From family brunches to healthy brunches and even managed to find some bottomless brunches for those looking for a bit of party with their eggs. We have gathered and reviewed as many as possible in the time we had and I am sure there are many more amazing places to try! We hope this list will give you some insight into what is on offer so you can brunch local. We would like to encourage you to share this with friends and if any of these places tickle your Ginger and Pickle make sure you check out our shop local directory for more details. 
 
The Terrace, Lymm
Tucked away just off the main high street in the quaint village of Lymm, The Terrace, is a favourite brunch spot for locals and visitors alike. The perfect place to refuel after a walk around Lymm Dam or along the Bridgewater Canal, The Terrace prides itself on freshly preparing its dishes using the finest local ingredients. With the sourdough supplied by Sextons of Lymm, the meat from The Village Butcher in Partington and the eggs from Dunham Massey. Fully licenced and open Monday to Thursday for breakfast from 8am, through until 4pm serving Brunch and Lunch, staying opening for evening drinks and platters on a Friday and Saturday evenings until 10.30pm.
 
Top Tip – For those with a sweet tooth; the banana bread with fresh banana, tahini, honey, and seeds is a lip-smacking combination not to be missed.
 
Heaths Kitchen, Stockton Heath
Behind an unassuming frontage on Walton Road in Stockton Heath, you will find the newly re-branded Heaths Kitchen serving the residents of this south Warrington village with both traditional, healthy, and continental brunch options. Heaths is small, just a handful of tables so be sure to make a reservation ahead of time to guarantee a spot. Takeaway options are also available, and you can
pre-book these by ringing your order through in advance. Open daily, from 8 am Monday to Thursday, 8.30 am on Fridays and Saturdays and 9 am on Sundays, this is a popular go-to café with a friendly, informal atmosphere.
 
Top Tip – Be sure to try the ‘Posh Eggs’, scrambled eggs with melted Goat’s Cheese on wholemeal bloomer and avocado slices. Delicious!
 
Brew + Tucker, Frodsham
Situated on Church Street, a few steps from Frodsham Train Station, Brew + Tucker brings a taste of Australia to this quaint Cheshire market town. Step inside for quirky, minimalist interiors and a seriously chilled vibe offering their own blend of coffee, stack combos and sweet treats. The ‘tucker’ whisks you away to the beaches of Bondi with a hint of Vegemite, for those that approve, smashed ‘avo’ and delicious sourdough to accompany. Open daily from 9am, Brew + Tucker have created a welcoming space to meet, work and relax with the arrival of vegan doughnuts on a Saturday proving a huge hit.
 
Top Tip – For a sunshine hit, choose No. 2 Stack Combo – sourdough topped with ham, melted cheese, basil, and pineapple. Wash it down with a healthy milk or fruit smoothie.
 
The Flower Cup, Chester
A botanical haven awaits when you step through the door of The Flower Cup, off the famous Watergate Row, one of Chester’s most popular coffee and brunch spots. No pre-bookings are taken here so ensure you arrive at the start of service to guarantee a table or be prepared to queue out the door waiting for a space. Complete with neutral hues, plants a plenty and a super cool vibe, it is easy to why so many head to this hidden gem in Chester city centre for a long, lazy brunch. Famous for its ever changing French toast specials, vegan and vegetarian options, there is something to suit all tastes and preferences.
Top Tip – Always check the specials board for their French Toast ‘dish of the day’ – it never fails to disappoint!
 
Hanky Panky Pancakes, Chester
If pancakes are your thing, then a visit to Hanky Panky Pancakes in Chester should be a pilgrimage! Tucked away behind the rows off Bridge Street, this unassuming café is home to all manner of pancake-related treats from sweet to savoury and even a touch of alcohol in their signature pantails; it really is every pancake lover’s dream. Open daily from 9am, book ahead to secure a spot at this popular place or commit to queuing out the door to wait for a free table.
 
Top Tip – Home on the Range is the dish of dreams for all those that love a mix of sweet and savoury two thick, fluffy pancakes with bacon and maple syrup.
 
The Bridge, Prestbury & The Vicarage, Cranage
Both part of the Cheshire-based Flat Cap Hotel Group, The Bridge in Prestbury and The Vicarage in Cranage offer a bottomless boozy brunch, something of a rarity locally and as a result, proving incredibly popular. At both sites guests can enjoy a two hour slot every Saturday 11am – 4pm with unlimited fizz and a brunch or lunch dish off the menu for £30pp. Whether you choose to sit indoors among the sumptuous, playful hotel interiors or outside in the stunning landscape terrace areas, you are guaranteed to switch off and be catapulted to the shores of Dubai and their famous Friday Brunches.
 
Top Tip – Check the respective hotel website/social media pages as there is often accompanying live music or DJ sets to accompany the brunches.
 
The Garden Eatery, Hale
From acai bowls to chickpea scrambles and full English breakfasts, The Garden Eatery in Hale village serve a vibrant nutritious brunch offering with a whole host of innovative plant based dishes. The menu offers meat, dairy, and fish as the optional addition rather than the rule and there is a strong emphasis on plant based nutrition. The menu is designed in collaboration with the team’s in-house health coach to ensure each dish provides a good blend of healthy fats, protein and carbs. They just happen to taste and look delicious too!
 
Top Tip – Try the Garden Favourite, Rainbow Hash – sweet potato hash with two poached eggs or mushrooms, avocado chilli mash, slow roasted tomato sauce and omega seeds. A true Veggie/Vegan delight!
 
The Hollies Farm Shop, Stretton and Little Budworth
The cafes at both Hollies sites are incredibly popular as visitors enjoy a bite to eat before or after their shopping experience. Both cafes continue to be takeaway service only for the time being. Lower Stretton is currently only offering takeaway drinks and cakes, while Little Budworth continues to offer a selection of breakfast baps, croissants, bagels, and granola bowls available together with their hot drinks served in the prettiest of takeaway cups. This is a great place to pick up a tasty takeaway before heading off for a walk locally or a visit to the extensive gift barn.
 
Top Tip – Always a go-to – make sure to try the Smashed Avocado & Halloumi Muffin with Chill Jam, It is worth a trip to The Hollies just for this alone!
 
Ginger & Pickles
With cafes in Nantwich, Tarporley, and Byley; Ginger & Pickles is a much-loved family-run business and a popular choice for both breakfast and brunch in Cheshire. Serving traditional dishes alongside the more adventurous choices such as a Breakfast Burrito and Chilli Cheese on Toast, Ginger & Pickles across all three of their tearooms offers visitors freshly-prepared dishes using the finest locally sourced ingredients. Completely family friendly, children will love their own Children’s Menu and choosing from a selection of delightful dishes.
 
Top Tip – You will only find the Beforenoon Tea at Ginger & Pickles! This unique dish offers a mouth watering tiered selection of breakfast favourites including a smoked salmon bagel, bacon sandwich, cooked breakfast items and doorstop toast with jams and chutneys.
 
Lambing Shed, Knutsford
Located just outside Knutsford in rolling countryside, The Lambing Shed Café serves a delicious menu based entirely around local, high quality produce and the finest meat from the Farm Shop Butchery. Serving their extensive brunch menu until 11.30am, there is plenty of choice from traditional fry-ups to gluten-free options and Carole’s homemade cakes. Everything is cooked fresh from the open kitchen and the locally-sourced Jaunty Goat coffee always proves a popular choice with customers. Seating is both indoors and outdoors under cover in the delightful conservatory area along with an enclosed children’s play and seating area.
 
Top Tip – Try the Eggs, Avo, Salmon with chilli flakes on toasted bloomer – a fiery take on a traditional breakfast classic.
 
The Courtyard Café, Knutsford
Hidden away just off the bustling King’s Street in Knutsford, The Courtyard Café offers a peaceful haven away from the crowds and a unique chance to come close to a slice of history thanks to the Penny Farthing Museum, the only one of its kind in the world, sharing the café space. While enjoying your traditional home-cooked fry up, you can marvel at the preserved Penny Farthings hanging from the ceiling and along the windowsills, all within touching distance. The interiors are quaint as is the pretty cobbled courtyard area making The Courtyard Café a must for any great British breakfast lover.
 
Top Tip – You must try the signature ‘Courtyard Breakfast’ - a traditional fry-up featuring sausages, bacon, mushrooms, vine tomatoes, eggs, and toast.
 
 
Cheshire House Bar & Grill, Knutsford
 
Brand new to the Knutsford scene is the already popular Cheshire House Bar and Grill. Nestled on the corner of Regent Street and King Street this hidden gem has a lot going on. Recently introducing their bottomless brunch 11am - 3pm every weekend! The interior is chic and elegant with flowers being a consistent theme, decorating the bar, drinks and even edible flowers. You have 2 hours to work your way through the cocktail list, which has some great choices for an early afternoon tipple. Some of our favourites include: Lychee and Violet Martini, Rhubarb and Custard and Red Berry Bramble. 
 
Top Tip - If you are a steak lover, It is so worth spending the extra £3 for the steak and eggs, you will not be dissapointed! Also check their social media to find out when LIVE music will be on.  
 
 
Wild & Wild Cafe, Congleton
Needing no introduction is the Queen of Vegan, Wild and Wild. Situated in the centre of Bridge Street in Congleton, this quaint restaurant is packed full of flavours with an array of unique healthy offerings. Many of their Brunch items are served all day, including Bakon baps, Dragon fruit bowls and build your own waffles! It is all about the details at Wild and Wild and every single dish is beautifully presented. As well as serving up incredible food they are also known for their sustainability from reusable Mylk bottles, zero plastic takeout materials and even tree planting projects! So you can treat yourself and feel good about it.
 
Top Tip - The smoothies and shakes are the ultimate treat! Try the biscoff shake, its both delicious and healthy, what more could you want? 
 
 
Neighbourhood Bakehouse
 
The newly opened Neighbourhood Bakehouse situated in Chester, opposite the Town Hall, is an explosion of artisan delights from luxury croissants to delicious cinnamon rolls, predominantly all baked in-house daily. Open Tuesday to Sunday serving fresh baked bread early doors along with an array of breakfast offerings to enjoy at the café or to take away including both vegan and vegetarian options; the beetroot houmous and avocado on toast is both pleasing on the eye and palette! This exciting addition to the Chester food and drink scene is one not to be missed when passing through the city.
 
Top Tip – pick up a freshly prepared Matcha Latte and walk a couple of paces into the peaceful Abbey square where you can sit and quietly enjoy your caffeine hit in the shadows of Chester cathedral.
 

WowYauChow, Altrincham

The coolest Brunch offering on the block; WowYauChow located in Atrincham should be your go-to for Chinese deliciousness! Serving their Bottomless Brunch offering 1-3.30pm Friday to Sunday, with the optional upgrade of bottomless drinks (beer, wine, cocktails and soft drinks); WowYauChow is a super popular choice for tangy, sweet and spicy Bao Buns, Dim Sun and Chinese small plates. Their indoor and outdoor seating areas are vibrant and welcoming, mirroring the overall funky vibe of this independently-owned restaurant. One not to be missed.

Top Tip - Their famous Bao Buns have everyone talking; offering Vegan, Vegetarian and Meat fillings - there’s a bun to suit all tastes!


I would like to say a huge Thank You to Jenny for collaborating with us on this and all the time and effort she had put into the write up! 

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