As you walk around the walls of Chester, just near Newgate, you will see,
on the corner of a little street of terraced houses,
THE ALBION and if you want a real pub this is it, a haven of peace, real ale and great food.
They do have certain rules
and their own view on certain drinks.
The interior is a homage to the 1914/18 period but is far from gloomy.
The food is fantastic, described as ''What your mother would want you to eat'', this is Jill enjoying a ''Tunstall Tortilla''(a North Staffordshire oatcake), try the one stuffed with black pudding, bacon and fried potatoes, food of the gods. So if you are ever in Chester check it out, you will not be disappointed, but don't take the kids.