Foodie folk in Warrington will probably already be familiar with Grill on the Square. This restaurant-bar, run by a duo whose experience includes an apprenticeship with French chef maestro Guy Savoy and several years at Michael Caines at Abode, has been creating a bit of a reputation for itself since it opened last April.
The food is very good – British classics made exceptional by chef Adam Smith's creative mind and attention to detail. The bar does an excellent line in cocktails. And the place itself looks the part – it's housed in the former Warrington Post Office. A grand old building overlooking the square and gardens in the centre of town.
In this competition, you can win a three-course Valentine's meal there, including a bottle of sparkling wine.
The menu includes dishes such as Scottish king scallops with truffled cauliflower pureè, caramelised cauliflower and crispy onions to start, and Deemster Farm lamb rump with Niçoise potatoes, roast tomatoes and green beans for a main.
We particularly like the sound of the 10oz Cheshire rump, runny fried egg and real chips but we're not sure how romantic it would be to dine on egg and chips on Valentine's Night. Although the photograph of their chips on their website looks so good, it's almost erotic. Oggle at www.grillonthesquare.com once you've entered the competition.
And as it's just got the highest rating possible from Taste Cheshire – the official visitor guide to restaurants in Cheshire, you can go with high expectations.
This competition is now closed.