Review on The Church Green British Grill
Chef Aiden Byrne has updated his Lymm restaurant into The Church Green British Grill, originally a fine dining establishment with a separate area for traditional pub fare. It replicates the format of the Aiden Byrne British Grill restaurant he operates in the MacDonald Craxton Wood Hotel near Chester. The new menu is served throughout the restaurant with a more informal, relaxed atmosphere.
Without doubt, one of the new stars of Britain's food world says Jay Rayner in The Observer about Chef Aiden Byrne who left the top London restaurant scene to take over the restaurant at Lymm in Cheshire, after a meteoric rise to fame and bagging a Michelin star at the age of 22. Aiden's partner Sarah is the operations director and they share a passion for fresh, seasonal produce and showcasing ingredients in true British tradition. They endeavour to source only the best quality produce available using local producers wherever possible.
The menu features traditional pub classics like cod and chips, sausage and mash or choose from the selection of steaks cooked on the Inka Grill. There's an array of desserts including apple and blackberry crumble with apple pie ice cream or maybe sticky toffee pudding with vanilla ice cream.
The wine list is a masterpiece of knowledgeable sourcing and is designed to 'release flavours and instigate a taste sensation that is heightened by the combination of good food and quality wine'.
Gastro pub / British
Restaurant Opening Times
Lunch: 12.00 - 3.00pm (6.00pm Sun)
Dinner: 6.00 - 9.30pm Mon-Thu (10.00pm Fri-Sat)
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card