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Places to eat at Cheshire Oaks and the Coliseum

If you are interested in combining some bargain hunting with catching the latest movie, or a fun game of bowls, then you might well enjoy a visit to Cheshire Oaks and the neighbouring Coliseum Leisure Centre.

Cheshire Oaks designer outlet is based in Ellesmere Port, and close to Chester, and is the largest of its kind in the UK. It is home to over 140 leading brands, offering up to 65% reductions on the latest fashions and accessories. It’s an ideal destination for the fashion-conscious shopper, who also knows a bargain when they see one. Meanwhile, the conveniently located Coliseum Centre is a great place to wind down after all the shopping, maybe with a movie, a drink, or a well-earned bite to eat.

However, whenever you feel like a decent meal, there’s a good choice of restaurants and bars both in Cheshire Oaks designer outlet, and at the Coliseum Centre.

For breakfast at Cheshire Oaks, you could start off maybe with some eggs over easy, or a sumptuous shake at Ed’s Easy Diner, which cheerfully replicates the vintage U.S. small-town feel of delicious comfort food. Alternatively you could have a hearty Big Breakfast at McDonalds, or maybe just freshly ground coffee and a sandwich at Costa Coffee or Love Coffee. Whatever you fancy, there’s always plenty to choose from, with restaurants and eateries open from morning till late in to the evening.

When it comes to lunchtime, again, visitors to Cheshire Oaks designer outlet are somewhat spoiled for choice. A plate of traditional fish and chips at Harry Ramsden’s might be a grand idea, especially bearing in mind that this restaurant has an international reputation for the best fish and chips in the UK. The more curious diners might, on the other hand, fancy the cornucopia of tastes and textures and textures on offer from the Japanese-influenced Wagamama. Swift, efficient service, bringing bowls of rich noodle sips, with delectable sides, could make a tasty change to your usual lunchtime fare.

In the mid-afternoon, you might fancy a delightful cream doughnut and a cuppa from Krispy Crème, or a bite of scintillating chocolate from Thorntons.

When it comes to the supper time and a visit to the Coliseum Leisure Park, there are a range of tempting cuisines on offer.

You might want to end your visit with a triumphant, juicy, generously-portioned steak from the Miller and Carter Steakhouse, cooked to your preference. If, on the other hand, you feel like eating Italian, you might plump for a tasty traditional meal at Prezzo, with its stylish décor and relaxed atmosphere.

Alternatively, for those in search of a lively, family-friendly, buzzing atmosphere, the pasta dishes, risottos and pizzas available from Bella Italia should be to their liking. Then again, you might prefer to try the Mexican flavours on offer Chiquito, where a gorgeously stuffed spicy Burrito, or an oven-baked Enchilada oozing with melted cheese, are among the temptations.

The range of restaurants in Cheshire Oaks complex as a whole is truly mouth-watering, and will help make any trip especially memorable.

Posted by Deborah
August 9, 2013
Cheshire Oaks

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