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“Newark Amateur Ham Festival 2017 ”

Chesters Bar and Restaurant
Ranked #1 of 2 things to do in Balderton
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Reviewed 29 September 2017 via mobile

Was directed here by our B&B host.
The kitchen was very busy with meals, but managed to squeeze our three orders in, and the wait was well worth it, we were not disappointed, real value for money, I can highly recommend this eatery.

Thank mrsfrosty2
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Reviewed 26 June 2017 via mobile

Lovely place very nice food and bar staff. . Cook is lovely aswell . Think sheelah is her name . Very cosy atmospheres in there. Apart from bar area were loud men sit very loud mind u

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Reviewed 13 February 2017 via mobile

Always a warm welcome here.
Good food and good beer.
Very good entertainment on weekends can get very busy.

Near to bus stop and local shops can cater for larger groups in the upstairs room.
Well worth a visit if you are in the area.

Thank xxxxgoodstuf21
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Reviewed 18 January 2017

When we moved into the village we went into Chesters on our first night here as everything was on the delivery van and we were greeted to the village by freindly locals and staff.

The food is of good quality and value and the portions were generous (my wife only just managed to finish hers and I was presented with half a chicken and a field of vegtables).

The menu is varied and the pub had a nice atmosphere and best of all there is plenty of parking for visitors or a short walk for a lot of the village on Main Street.

1  Thank undecidedadrian
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Reviewed 27 November 2016

Dropped in for an early evening meal on a Saturday. Hardly busy. Wide screen T.V.'s if that's your thing. Ordered steak with all the usual accompaniments, plus brie and beetroot tart with vegetables and new potatoes. Negatives: the steak was ordered as medium rare. It was very thin so any good chef would struggle to make it medium rare, which it wasn't. A cheap cut. The accompanying vegetables had been declined at order but delivered on the plate anyway. The base of the brie tart was barely cooked. The vegetables with the brie tart consisted of a mountain of garden peas and over-cooked carrots that fell apart when you tried to get them on your fork. Positives: Nice enough atmosphere. Beer was good. The chips, onion rings and mushrooms tasted good. Despite the pastry being under-cooked on the tart it was hot and tasted alright. A cheap meal with 2 drinks at £21, so I guess you get what you pay for but I wouldn't go out of my way to return.

Thank Rory F
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