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Chronicle staff choose their favourite restaurants in Chester

Read which Chester restaurants made it into our top 11

Here at the Chester Chronicle we have been asking our staff to tell us which is their favourite restaurant in Chester.

Do you agree with their choices? Let us know what's your favourite restaurant and why.

Community content curator Sallie Ehlen has chosen 1539 at Chester Racecourse, for it's delicious food and fantastic views of the racecourse.

Story editor Selena O'Donnell likes the Chef's Table which was voted third best restaurant in the country.

Chronicle editor Michael Green 's favourite is The Vale Royal Abbey Arms in Oakmere.

Story editor Tony White has gone for Piccolino in Chester, their semi freddo classic dessert features iced sweet cream with crunchy hazelnut and caramel praline, served with a rich, dark, bitter chocolate sauce.

Piccolino in Chester is the favourite of story editor, Tony White. Their semi freddo classic dessert features iced sweet cream with crunchy hazelnut and caramel praline, served with a rich, dark, bitter chocolate sauce

Reporter Fran Barrett chose Urbano32, the new pizza restaurant on Bridge Street.

Reporter Fran Barrett chose Urbano32, the new pizza restaurant on Bridge Street

Story editor Mark Dowling likes the Red Lion in Dodleston for it's delicious food.

Story editor, Mark Dowling likes the Red Lion in Dodleston for it's delicious food

Photographer Ian Cooper chose The Pheasant Inn, Burwardsley whose Sunday roasts were voted one of the top ten in the country by Esquire Magazine in 2014.

Photographer Ian Cooper chose The Pheasant Inn, Burwardsley whose Sunday roasts were voted one of the top ten in the country by Esquire Magazine in 2014

Reporter Carmella de Lucia had to go for Italian restaurant La Fattoria which she describes as "the best Italian outside of Italy."

It had to be Italian restaurant La Fattoria for reporter Carmella de Lucia who describes it as the best Italian outside of Italy

Digital editor Jo Henwood has chosen Porta tapas bar in Northgate Street. "A little bit of Spain nestling below the ancient city walls in Chester. The food is made freshly every day in the tiniest of kitchen spaces and is delicious. Love that you can't book so can just turn up and sip a nice Rioja while you wait for a space. Still waiting for them to stock Daura gluten free beer though.."

Jo Henwood, Chester Chronicle's digital editor has chosen Porta tapas bar in Northgate Street. "A little bit of Spain nestling below the ancient city walls in Chester. The food is made freshly every day in the tiniest of kitchen spaces and is delicious. Love that you can't book so can just turn up and sip a nice Rioja while you wait for a space. Still waiting for them to stock Daura gluten free beer though.."

Community content curator Rhiannon Bevan likes The Chester Fields at Bridge Trafford for their fantastic food and beautiful venue. It was one of the first restaurants she visited in Chester after she moved here from London.

Community content curator, Rhiannon Bevan likes The Chester Fields at Bridge Trafford for their fantastic food and beautiful venue

Reporter Rachel Flint likes the relaxed atmosphere and great choice of food at Telford's Warehouse.

Telford's Warehouse is the favourite place to eat for Chronicle reporter Rachel Flint

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