With the still shining despite it being the first Saturday in September we decided to head out and find somewhere new for lunch

After heading for Chester we branched off and ended up in the pretty village of Kelsall and more importantly the Morris Dancer pub

As the latest addition to the Brunning and Price family this venue, as all the others is steeped in history and offers decor in keeping with the premise

It is believed the Morris Dancer as it is called now but previously the Lord Binning dates back as far as 1822.

As we were still getting some summer sun we decided to eat outside

Menu wise we really were spoilt for choice as there were plenty of tempting tasty treats on offer but my partner opted for something lighter. He decided upon the duck, spring onion and cucumber wrap which he said was delicious, refreshing and had a real kick to the hoisin sauce served with it.

I chose the crispy lamb flatbread with feta, pomegranate dressing and nutty granola.

It was such a good choice

The lamb was flavoursome and the pomegranate dressing was a perfect accompaniment with the salty cubes of feta. Mint leaves on the plate also enhanced the flavour of the lamb well too. The flatbread was spot on, not too doughy.

For me there was just enough and we both felt we had had a delicious lunch without leaving us too full and uncomfortable for the rest of the afternoon.

The staff were friendly, welcoming and efficient and with a shop just across the road I could read my Saturday papers while enjoying the food. Heaven!

I can safely say I will be recommending the Morris Dancer to family and friends.

Another tasty treat discovered!

How it rated:

The Morris Dancer, Chester Road, Kelsall, Tarporley, Cheshire, CW6 0RZ

Telephone: 01829 701 680

Ambience - 8/10

Service - 9/10

Food - 9/10

Children welcome - yes

Disabled access - yes