The beautiful village of Tattenhall in Cheshire
Mark Ellis: February 2017
Both inside and out, everything is ready and we look forward to seeing you now and in the future.
We were fully booked with 50 covers for our fantastic opening evening BUT, to avoid any disappointment whatsoever, we are about to undertake a leaflet distribution within the village community which, on a future occasion, will entitle you to a redeemable 20% off your total bill on production of the flyer.
Our kitchen is completely refurbished and operational and our fantastically professional team has taken great delight in preparing the exciting menu selection.
The dining and bar areas await you. Artist, Joseph Venning, has now completed a contemporary mural within this much loved building, the results of which are perfect.
So, the clock is ticking and we are quite definitely on countdown in making this a first choice and exciting new venture in Lynedale House on Tattenhall High Street.
Mark Ellis, the owner, is very clear in his intentions — 'affordability, accessibility, quality and, importantly, a place where you can feel completely relaxed'.
To read more about Mark's vision and to take a peep at the fabulous menus, then CLICK HERE to visit the 'Allium' website and to make use of the online booking facility.
Mark and the team look forward to seeing you in the very near future, whatever the occasion — after all, Valentine's Day is just around the corner and Mother's Day is looming in the month of March — watch this space.
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