Chester and its surrounding area is chock full of brilliant restaurants with great food, but sometimes you'll even be lucky enough to get delicious food with a stunning view of the county's beautiful landscape on the side.
We have chosen just some of the places where you'll enjoy the view as much as the food, but remember it's just our opinion! Let us know what your choice would be:
Et Alia at The Red House
Here you can enjoy a bite to eat with stunning views of the River Dee in the distance. It's at its most beautiful on a summer's day but you will be able to appreciate the view even on a cloudy day.
1539 at Chester Racecourse
Take in the gorgeous, panoramic views of the Roodee while you sample good food, wine and cocktails.
The Pheasant Inn, Burwardsley
The epitome of a stunning Cheshire country pub, the views alone at The Pheasant near Tattenhall are worth a visit, but the food always gets good reviews too.
The Architect, Chester
A classic pub located in the middle of Chester city centre where you can appreciate our city at its finest. It boasts an impressive interior but its stunning gardens definitely pull in the customers, especially in the summer.
The canalside view attracts many a beer drinker in the sunshine, and even when you choose to dine inside Telford's, you are still treated to a stunning outlook through the high windows.
Vale Royal Abbey Arms
Traditional, charming and oozing with character - The Vale Royal at Oakmere is nestled right in the middle of the Cheshire countryside, near to Delamere Forest. Its rear gardens offer breathtaking views of the countryside.
The Boathouse, Chester
This is the view you're looking at when you dine at The Boathouse at The Groves in Chester. One of the best views of the River Dee around, and what more can you ask for than a floating beer garden?
The Chester Fields
Located only four miles from Chester city centre, this rural dining pub is set in an airy converted barn with beautiful countryside views from its garden terrace.
Which eateries with great views have we missed? Let us know in the comments below.