Chester restaurant Boheme included in new Michelin Guide

Independent all-day venue Boheme, on Bridge Street, opened its doors earlier this year, offering a versatile dining and socialising space that transitions from morning coffee, dining, to late-night drinks.

In a joint statement, owners and best friends Ben Illes and Chef De Patron Andi Lowe-Smith, expressed their gratitude: "As a new site in the city, we are overwhelmed at the nod from Michelin and it is a huge boost for the team – a big thank you from us all.”

Michelin's review highlights Boheme Chester's exceptional qualities: "Located in the very heart of Chester on one of the city’s famous 13th Century rows, this impressive establishment operates as a café and bakery in the mornings, then slowly morphs throughout the day into a full-blown restaurant for dinner.

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