A meeting in Macclesfield was an excuse for an overnight and some good food.
Prestbury is a quaint little village in Cheshire and the location for Bacchus, a delightful restaurant in the village centre. Their website quotes modern english with a hint of european influence.
The midweek special is very good value for money, 2 course’s for £16 or 3 for £18, including coffee and petit fours, and I arrived with a good friend who I had not not seen for about 8 years so the night was particularly special.
First course was Tempura Hake, with beautiful Chips, home made Tartare Sauce, the dessert was quite delicious, Pineapple Tarte Tatin with Lavender Ice Cream.
Service was unfussy but attentive, the food superb and ambience was perfect.
If ever you find yourself in the neighbourhood, book a table, you won’t be disappointed.