Lost and Found, Knutsford Bar and Restaurant

Lost and Found Knutsford Restaurant Bar Review Cheshire

This Winter I’ve developed somewhat of a perchant for exploring Cheshire. Perhaps it’s the cold weather (or perhaps I am reaching full adulthood level!) as a lovely countryside stroll with my pug, a hearty lunch and a couple of drinks or two in a warm pub with Jonathan have been my idea of a Saturday well spent. One of my favourite countryside village discoveries has been the beautiful town of Knutsford, steeped in history and luxury, and on my recent visit I popped in to try one of their newest haunts; Lost and Found, Knutsford Bar and Restaurant.

Lost and Found Knutsford Restaurant Bar Review Cheshire Lost and Found Knutsford Restaurant Bar Review Cheshire

Lost and Found, Knutsford Bar and Restaurant is set within an archetically stunning building, with it’s mid-century inspired furniture and inside making it just as gorgeous as the out. It’s décor is totally Instagram-worthy and another plus for me is that the ground floor accept well behaved dogs, which meant my little pug deer Sonny could join me in a cocktail lunch. Minus the cocktail for him, of course. I, on the other hand, enjoyed a winter berry cocktail from Lost and Found’s own menu and found it deliciously festive.

Lost and Found Knutsford Restaurant Bar Review Cheshire Lost and Found Knutsford Restaurant Bar Review Cheshire

Jonathan and I decided to go in on a rosemary and garlic baked Camembert for starters. Served with sticky onion jam and toasted sourdough, it was the perfect way to warm our bellies after an outside walk and was a fun dish to share. At £10.95 it’s a reasonable price for a starter and was one of the best Camembert I’ve ever had.

Lost and Found Knutsford Restaurant Bar Review Cheshire Lost and Found Knutsford Restaurant Bar Review Cheshire

Lost and Found’s menu is a modern take on traditional country dishes and so for mains, we both decided to honour that and went for something traditional. I opted for one of my favourite meals – fish and chips! But this was no ordinary fish and chips; it was ale battered fish, triple cooked chips, sweet mushy garden peas served with a side of rapeseed mayonnaise and tartar sauce. At £11.95 I was surprised with how affordable this was, only to learn that Jonathan’s main of Honey-glazed ham, hen eggs, tripple cooked chips, smokey tomato ketchup was only £10.50 – he tells me this was great too!

Lost and Found Knutsford Restaurant Bar Review Cheshire

Our time at Lost and Found was absolutely wonderful; the staff were so friendly and we felt very welcome bringing the pug baby in. The drinks were great, the food was more that delicious with great portions and at a very reasonable price. Finally, the décor and location was stand out and I absolutely can’t wait to pop by again. Now, just to decide, next time shall I try an evening meal and a Knutsford night out, or their bottomless brunch? Decisions decisions!

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This meal was given in return for a review, but as always all opinions are totally honest and my own.