The Cholmondeley Arms

A Cheshire restaurant has been named among the best places to get a Sunday lunch in the UK, according to a list by The Guardian.

The Cholmondeley Arms in Malpas was one of the 30 best listed by the newspaper.

In describing the restaurant, The Guardian wrote: "With its smartly painted gables and well-pointed brickwork the “Chum”, as it’s known, looks every inch the architectural equivalent of a respectable headteacher. So it’s no surprise to learn it was once a schoolhouse.

"Converted into a pub in the 1980s, it now continues the pedagogic tradition, serving nostalgic puddings such as rolypoly with custard, and helping customers learn about good gin – it boasts 366 varieties of that very English herbal remedy."

Read more at: Chester Standard

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