Boheme Chester Joins Prestigious Michelin Guide in Great Britain and Ireland

Boheme Chester Joins Prestigious Michelin Guide in Great Britain and Ireland

Boheme Chester is proud to announce its inclusion in the esteemed Michelin Guide for Great Britain and Ireland just three months after opening. This latest accolade marks a significant milestone for the newly established dining venue, which has quickly made a name for itself in the heart of Chester.

In a joint statement, owners and best friends Ben Illes and Chef De Patron Andi Lowe-Smith, expressed their gratitude: “As a new site in the city, we are overwhelmed at the nod from Michelin and it is a huge boost for the team – a big thank you from us all.”

Boheme Chester is not just another restaurant in the city; it is a unique, all-day dining concept, independently owned and operated which opened in February this year (2024).









Michelin’s review highlights Boheme Chester’s exceptional qualities: “Located in the very heart of Chester on one of the city’s famous 13th Century rows, this impressive establishment operates as a café and bakery in the mornings, then slowly morphs throughout the day into a full-blown restaurant for dinner. There are three dining areas to choose from, all with a smart brasserie-style feel to them. The menu spotlights prime British ingredients, like terrific Creedy Carver duck, in well-executed and satisfying dishes.”

Boheme’s inclusion in the guide comes as one of the latest updates to the prestigious guide which recently celebrated its 50th anniversary in Great Britain and Ireland. A total of 1,100+ restaurants are included in the guide including a handful from the city of Chester.

This recognition from Michelin is a testament to the dedication and hard work of the Boheme team since opening. It underscores their commitment to delivering high-quality food and exceptional service, cementing Boheme Chester’s reputation as a must-visit dining destination. For more information and bookings go to: