DAY ON A PLATE
There are towns three times the size of Prestbury that fail to offer the quality and diversity of food available in this little culinary corner. So let’s start at the beginning – breakfast. Henry’s Café in The Old Post Office offers perfect daytime fare from full English breakfasts to just-out-of-the-oven scones alongside good coffee and healthy juices. The newly opened Lana Café just down the road is a nice alternative to pop to for a lunchtime sarnie or light bite. For quality pub fare, day or night, the Legh Arms has long been the place to go and its recent renovation has breathed new life into this old favourite.
Its stunning décor complete with rustic beamed walls, a new bar and rediscovered parquet flooring provides the perfect setting for classic British dishes, executed to a higher standard than your average pub. The Coast with its beautiful Amalfi-inspired interior offers refined Italian options and a lovely wine list (if you can’t make it for dinner its one-course Prosecco lunch is a winner).
Other dinner options include
The Bridge – bistro-style dishes and steaks are the order of the day – as well as Tiffin Kitchen for delicious, authentic South Indian cuisine. Finally if you’re a gin fan, stop off at new intimate little gin palace, The Foxhole.
It also serves craft ales and fine wines but its impressive array of mother’s ruin is the star of the show. A small and dangerously welcoming bar, it’s the kind of place evenings disappear into. Zippy, its resident corgi, may or may not be there too.
Expect delicious dishes at The Coast
The Foxhole owner Kip and his pup, Zippy, are ready to welcome you to Prestbury