We visited this establishment in October 2013. The proprietress was moaning about a recently opened establishment which had received a '5' for food hygiene. This did become repetitive, and frankly, boring. We suspected a touch of 'professional jealousy'. Having experienced the Albion's casserole, we do not feel that the rival establishment has anything to worry about. Our 'casserole'. was massively, meagre of meat,The accompanying vegetables were nonedescript, lukewarm, soggy and the cabbage was stringy, with far more stalk than leaf. We are aware that our review 'flies in the face' of others, but we can only comment upon our experience, which was not good. We are top contributors to Trip Advisor, and by far the majority of our reviews are positive. Regretfully, this review isn't. Beware of this place - enter at your peril, and for Real Ale afficionados might we recommend the Cross Keys, at the town end of Duke street? (The food is better there, and less expensive.) We have no connection with the latter establishment, apart from being customers. We will not darken the doors of the Albion on future visits to the lovely City of Chester.C'est la vie!