Your weekend plans are about to change – brunch style! When it comes to catching up or just popping out for a bite to eat, nothing quite beats a good brunch – the magical combination of breakfast and lunch.

Chester is an ever-changing city constantly rising with new businesses, and it is now one of the best places in the North-West to live. With a City beaming to the top with history, plenty of people who are proud to live and work in this city – and outstanding places to indulge in food and drink our options are seemingly endless for any occasion, however, here are our places to brunch in Chester!


The Suburbs

The Suburbs is a cocktail bar and eaterie in Hoole, Chester with legendary service, a lavishly styled interior with swag & style, The Suburbs serves the best award-winning cocktails, fine wines & beers alongside grazing platters and most importantly fabulous brunch.

From 10 am Tuesday – Sunday you can enjoy The Suburbs Brunch, choose from a Bottomless Brunch or if you don’t want the full bottomless brunch experience there are plenty of delicious food and drink options on the menu.  Perfectly poached eggs, chicken and waffles or go for the full South African: Boerewors sausage, bacon, scrambled eggs, Chakalaka beans, brai chicken, mushroom and tomato.

It’s delish I tells you.

Address: 22 Charles Street, Hoole, Chester CH2 3AZ

The Suburbs Eggs Benedict

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Moules A Go-Go

Moules a Go-Go, a family-owned independent bistro and bar offer a vast selection of delicious seafood, however, from 10 am – 12 pm on Saturday and Sunday you can enjoy a very scrumptious brunch with not a mussel in sight!  One of Chester’s longest established eateries located in the city centre is going to tempt you with a selection of artisan sour dough bread toasted and topped, toasted brioche buns or Belgian waffles.

What better way to spend the weekend enjoying a couple of hours sitting and watching the world go by as you tuck into a toasted brioche bun with smoked streaky bacon, fried egg and mushrooms or perhaps a Belgian waffle topped with Nutella and banana!

Address: 6 – 12 Cuppin Street, Chester CH1 2BN

moules a go go brunch waffles

Price Range: £4 – £7

The Botanist

Next up is The Botanist – the must-visit place for a host of exceptional food and drink delights!

The Botanist is a hidden gem where you can start Saturday or Sunday with brunch, available every weekend from 10 am – 11.30 am. Enjoy the delicious menu with a coffee of your choice or get the weekend started in style with bottomless Prosecco or Aperol Spritz.

Choose from a traditional Full English or a vegan-friendly English option, smashed avocado with poached eggs or if you fancy something sweeter you are spoiled for choice with pancakes and fresh berries (not such a guilty pleasure) or a very decadent French Toastie with Nutella, caramelised banana and Biscoff layered french toast! The brunch menu has everything you need on it, from a Full English to a bottomless Prosecco brunch, The Botanist have you covered.

Address: 13 St Werburgh Street, Chester, CH1 2DY

the botanist egg, avocado and chilli on toast

Price Range: £1.95 – £9.25

The Old Dukes

The Old Dukes – Do we really need to say anymore?  The Old Dukes tucked away by Chester Cathedral is your go-to place if you’re serious about brunch and sport with everything from classic Full English to pancakes available 7 days a week from 10 am – 2 pm.

The Old Dukes does everything so perfectly with a range of seating options including an outside space with no televisions just good old conversation and watching the world go by as you tuck into your brunch. If a Full English (vegetarian option available) isn’t tickling your fancy, then a range of American classics from a Cowboy breakfast, Steak and Eggs or Beef Hash could be just what you need to get your day started.  Pancakes, Waffles, Avocado on Toast there really is so much choice you could visit every day!

A place where service is king, the extra mile is everyday, and the team of hosts are ready to show you what that means.

Address: Bell Tower Walk, Chester, CH1 2DY

the old dukes brunch

Price Range: £7.95 – £15


Let’s start with something a bit controversial – Chicken and waffles.. covered in maple syrup. Yes, you did read that right – Hickory’s is where we starting!

With a perfect location and fantastic views overlooking the River Dee, what more could you ask for! Hickory’s has grown from strength to strength with a large restaurant and bar area there are always plenty of seats – however, it does get very busy due to how popular it is, so we do recommend booking if you are going at peak times!

The brunch menu has a wide variety of Southern State dishes, from The Great American Breakfast (with tater tots!) – to our personal favourite of Fried Chicken and Waffles, there is just something about fried chicken and maple syrup that just belongs together. A match made in sweet and savoury heaven! They also have plenty of gluten-free and vegan options to cater to everyone.

Address: Souters Lane, Chester, CH1 1SD

Price Range: £4 – 16

Atina Kitchen

This next spot that we just had to put on this list – due to the amazing staff, and some of the best brunch you will eat, ever.

Atina Kitchen is located centrally in Chester and is a great spot if you’re looking at getting away from the busy shops. The staff are so welcoming, you feel like part of the Atina crew. With menus located in old National Geographical magazines and recipe pages from books plastered everywhere, you really get the feeling that these guys know what they’re talking about when it comes to food.

Smoked Salmon on thick white toasted bread, with melt in the mouth poached eggs, is what Saturday brunch is all about. The omelettes with pea shoots, jalapeños and cheese is a fantastic brunch option if you want something a little different and the coffee is a key part of your brunch here! If you’re hunting for a more relaxed environment to enjoy your brunch, make sure you give Atina a try.

Address: 103 Foregate Street, Chester, CH1 1HE

Price Range: £5 – £11

The Flower Cup

Now, one of’s favourite places at the moment is The Flower Cup. From their take on helping Chester become the first straw free City to the fact you can eat brunch, surrounded by plants and cacti which you can purchase and have a small garden in your home, what isn’t to love?

Every time we go here, the experience just gets better – from their specials to their ever-changing cake selection, the french toast is the perfection and to pair it with fresh peaches and berry compote is how everyone should be doing brunch. Located on the rows on Watergate street, this is one of the best places to escape to if you want to step away from everything and enjoy the peaceful environment at this fantastic café.

Address: 61 Watergate Row South, Chester, CH1 2LE

Price: £5 – £10