Who are we?
Kings Way Café was started in 2003 by St Michael’s Church, with support from Kingsway Chapel.  The idea behind the Café is to provide a friendly and warm environment in which people can enjoy good food and drink, as well as to look for opportunities to host events or initiatives that the local community could attend or participate in.

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“Excellent service and the staff are very friendly and the food was really good. Well done team”
Ferguson100 [Qype review]

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Trading Hours: 
Mon to Fri 9:30am to 1:30pm
Sat 9:30am to 1pm

Telephone: (01244) 313434
Address: 91 Kingsway, Chester, Cheshire CH2 2LJ

The Café is run entirely with the help of volunteers from within the local community and surrounding areas. It was in the light of the Café’s success, that the managing committee determined it necessary to employ a full time manager to run the Café, as well as to manage the volunteers and future community projects.   Tina Peters took over as café manager in September 2010 .

The aim of the Café is to provide friendly service with good quality food at very reasonable prices, and to ensure that awareness of the Café and the projects it undertakes, reaches everyone in and around the Kingsway area. We have a bank of 5 computers with 1 hours free internet access.

Since it started, the Kings Way Café has hosted police surgeries with PC Bev Sissons; started a Senior Residents Group meeting (TOGs) on Wednesday afternoons; provides a Friday morning collection point for the Credit Union; hosted the Lord Mayor and his team when they officially opened the Limewood Fields Park; hosted parenting and ‘Drug Proof Your Kids’ classes; hosts Alpha evenings and many other relevant and important community events. 

The menu features a range of delicious food including Breakfasts, Bacon/Sausage/Egg Baps, Filled Baked Potatoes, Toasted Sandwiches, Regular Sandwiches and a wide range of drinks.

  • Where are we?

    From the city - along Hoole Rd, left onto Newton Ln. Right onto Kingsway. Left onto Coniston Rd. The church is on the right.
    From the Wirral / Upton - along the A41, right at the footbridge onto Plas Newton Ln. Left onto Coniston Rd. The church is on the left.
    From the M53 – Exit J12 A56 Chester, and head towards the city. At Hoole Hall roundabout turn right (A41). Left at the footbridge onto Plas Newton Ln. Left onto Coniston Rd. The church is on the left.

  • How to find us

  • Safeguarding

    St Michael’s takes its duty and obligation to protect all extremely seriously. We have adopted the national Church of England’s robust procedures and guidelines. You can find out more about the national policies and procedures at

    If you have any safeguarding concerns or issues of a safeguarding matter then you can find useful contact information at

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