YOU may find a new favourite among these recently opened restaurants.

With hot weather on the horizon, here are some of the newest establishments to check out as you enjoy the sunshine in Cheshire West.

Cosy Club Chester

Having opened a little under a month ago, Cosy Club is the first venue at the long-awaited Northgate Development to open.

With British, European and Asian dishes available alongside North American brunch options, you're sure to find something you like amongst its extensive menu.

Based within the façade of the Westminster Coach and Carriage Works which was first built in 1914, you can enjoy your meal in classy surroundings, with motoring memorabilia providing a nod to the buildings origins.

Chester and District Standard: Chester\'s Cosy Club has officially opened its doors.

Augusto Pizzeria

For lovers of pizza, Augusto looks to bring Neapolitan and Turin styles to the city with its traditional and modern takes on on the Italian classic.

Since opening in February the restaurant, which is the second project by husband and wife team of Fabrizio Gobbato and Valentina Aviotti, has been a great success.

Based on Chester's Northgate Street, the menu has both vegetarian and vegan options, but you'll find no pineapple here.

Chester and District Standard: The new pizzeria Augusto has opened on Northgate Street. Picture: Dan Burns

Mowgli Cheshire Oaks

Having recently celebrated its first birthday, this restaurant is one of the older ones on our list, but for those who've not yet sampled the delicious Indian street food, there's no time like the present.

Created by British chef and TV presenter Nisha Katona, who gave up a 20 year career as a barrister to follow her dream of opening restaurants with authentic Indian cooking, this location in Ellesmere Port is the perfect place to grab a bite after some retail therapy.

From traditional curries to street meats, the menu has a variety of options including gluten free and vegan dishes.

Arkle at The Chester Grosvenor

If it's a more formal occasion, you may wish to check out the Grosvenor Hotel's new offering, Arkle.

Having opened in March under the stewardship of Executive Chef Elliot Hill, the new restaurant has been very well received.

The focal point of its launch was it tasting menu, which also boasts vegetarian and plant-based options.

Due to its refurbishment, Arkle missed out on the Michelin Star Guide this year, but with more than 30 years of experience serving Michelin-standard meals, the team at the Grosvenor believe the restaurant is likely to reach the revered guide when up for assessment next year.

Chester and District Standard: The interior of the Chester Grosvenor's new Arkle restaurant.

The Forge

Situated on Grovenor Park Road, The Forge celebrated its first anniversary just three months ago.

The restaurant, which has an onus on uncomplicated, sustainable and locally sourced food has gone from strength to strength since.

Dishes such as the pavé of wild fallow deer will cater to those who wish to try something different from the standard fare, whilst classics like beef brisket and pork tenderloin are given a refined touch.

Chester and District Standard: Some of the dishes diners can expect to see at The Forge, which is to open in Chester later this month.