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Ring O' Bells

PUBLISHED: 14:20 13 August 2013 | UPDATED: 08:48 14 May 2015

Ring O' Bells

Ring O' Bells

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The Ring O' Bells offers four different dining areas and experiences.

The pub consists of the new extension, The Glasshouse which is a fabulous contemporary space giving an exciting additional dimension to the pub, creating a spectacular dining environment. It is perfect for hosting celebrations and any other special events and, in the warmer months, its fully retractable doors create the ideal inside/outside space. There is the Restaurant which has been given a fresh new look, creating a vibrant place to dine. The Village Bar is sure to wow with delicious home-made snacks to accompany your chosen tipple. And not forgetting that Alfresco drinking & dining is also well catered for - when weather permits! We have a decked sun terrace and a family lawn, complete with picnic tables and children’s play area. The Ring O’ Bells is open from 9.30am on weekdays, providing customers with real loose leaf tea, freshly brewed coffee and delicious homemade cakes.

The new spring/summer is available in all the dining areas, which includes wonderful seasonal dishes such as the new ‘Village Burger’, Risotto ‘Primavera’ topped with Grilled Goats Cheese and Pea Shots and lots of new exciting Salads, including ‘Crayfish, Mango & Avocado’, alongside established favourites like hand-stretched stone-baked pizzas and fabulous Sunday roasts. There are regular specials which appear on the menu to show off the team of chef’s creativity. Each dish on the menu is homemade and freshly prepared using the local produce. Each Wednesday all of the homemade, hand stretched, stone baked pizzas are on 2 for 1 with a special pizza of the week! You’ll be assured of a warm welcome together with great food, drink and service at the Ring O’ Bells. Advance booking is advised to avoid disappointment which can be done on 01244 335422 or at info@ringobellschester.co.uk www.ringobellschester.co.uk

 



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