BEST RESTAURANTS IN LIVERPOOL

Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2004, Liverpool is fast becoming one of the UK’s premier cultural destinations. Enjoy a diverse restaurant scene and quality local produce, and discover the best restaurants in Liverpool with OThingstodo’s handpicked list.

Here is the list of best Restaurants In Liverpool, England

Panorama 34

At the heady heights of Britain’s largest restaurant, Panoramic 34 is a dining experience on the 34th floor of the West Tower. The restaurant offers its guests contemporary European cuisine in beautiful surroundings. Located close to the waterfront, Panoramic 34 offers floor-to-ceiling windows and stunning 360° views over Liverpool’s skyline, the River Mersey, and the hills of North Wales. The concise but clever menu offers enticing starters like rabbit and black pudding with potato, salad, and mustard dressing, and mains like seared halibut with curried cauliflower, and mashed raisins, and buttered potatoes. Alternatively, enjoy a cocktail at Panoramic 34 or book afternoon tea with sandwiches and a selection of pastries.

Panorama 34, West Tower, 34th Floor, Brook Street, Liverpool, UK, +44 151 236 5534

Alma De Cuba

Hotel Alma De Cuba is housed in the beautifully converted former St Patrick’s Catholic Church, built-in 1788. It’s a lively, welcoming restaurant in the heart of Liverpool’s Ropewalks. The restaurant has been faithfully renovated and features original stained glass windows complimented by modern touches including vibrant red furniture, exposed brick, and artistic lighting. An eclectic and tasty menu is served with influences from South American cuisine and Caribbean cuisine. Guests can choose from simple appetizers like steamed Scottish mussels and succulent mains like honey and pepper-seasoned sticky baby back ribs with coconut rice, peas, and cilantro.

Marco Pierre White Steakhouse Liverpool

Located in the sumptuous boutique Hotel Indigo, The Steakhouse invites guests into a bright and cheerful atmosphere in a light, airy and modern space with light yellow walls and furniture. Guests can opt for a simple appetizer of baked camembert and crusty bread or crispy fried calamari, followed by a meat lover’s dream — the 16-ounce T-bone steak — or steak ale pie with embossed garden peas.

Marco Pierre White Steakhouse Liverpool, 10 Chapel Street, Liverpool, UK, +44 151 559 0555

Hopskotch Street Kitchen & Bar

Hopskotch Street Kitchen & Bar is a stylish urban eatery in the trendy boutique hostel Hoax, Liverpool. Hopskotch has created a menu of international and fusion street cuisine built around innovative dishes and ingredients, complemented by a range of refreshing beers from around the world and an impressive wine selection. The quirky, bohemian and colorfully decorated restaurant offers dishes such as the New York hot dog with onions and mustard, the British classic fish and chips with peas and tartar sauce, or souvlaki – a Greek recipe of garlic-pickled pork with herbs and red wine served with flatbread and Tzatziki. Head down into the basement of The Hatch – Hopskotch for live music every Friday and Saturday.

Hopskotch Street Kitchen & Bar, Hoax Liverpool, Mathew Street, Liverpool, UK, +44 151 908 0098

The London Carriage Works

The London Carriage Works is an award-winning boutique within the chic boutique hotel Hope Street Restaurant. It serves modern international cuisine overseen by the director, chef, and local food champion Paul Askew, who also serves as Chairman of the Liverpool Restaurant Association. Askew’s local lover is clear in his fondness for fresh, seasonal Northwest produce; Local suppliers include Wirral-based producers Claremont Farm, famous for their asparagus, and Ward’s Fish, a family fishmonger established in 1927.

The London Coach Factory, Hope Street, Liverpool, UK, +44 151 705 2222

Puschka

Puschka opened in 2001 and has since built a reputation for its fine, contemporary European cuisine and lively, bohemian atmosphere. Located in the heart of the city’s historic Georgian Quarter, the restaurant features modern design touches such as French oak-paneled walls, bright pink accents, and contemporary art. It’s a short walk from the Philharmonic and Everyman Theater for a pre-show meal. Puschka’s eclectic menu offers starters such as oatmeal mackerel with celery and horseradish and mains such as slow-braised venison Daube with red wine, juniper, and Dauphinoise potato gratin. Top off your meal with a delicious dessert like burnt English custard served with a lavender biscuit.

Pushka, 16 Rodney Street, Liverpool, UK, +44 151 708 8698

Hanover Street Social

Hanover Street Social is a modern, stylish brasserie and bar on the ground floor of the Casartelli building – an exact replica of the historic original building of the same name, built-in 1760. The à la carte menu includes dishes such as Stornoway Black Pudding with hash browns, poached eggs, and mustard sauce. The classic British Sunday roast offers roast beef tenderloin, lamb shank, or pork belly with all the usual ingredients – Yorkshire pudding, roast potatoes, seasonal vegetables, and rich homemade gravy.

Hanover Street Social, Casartelli Buildings, 16 – 20 Hanover Street, Liverpool, UK, +44 151 709 8784

Salt House Charcuterie & Tapas Bar

Salt House Charcuterie & Tapas Bar is Hanover Street Social’s sister restaurant. Chef Martin Renshaw, who has also worked in restaurants in Australia and France, serves quality Spanish charcuterie and a classic tapas menu with dishes such as Iberico ham croquettes, and roasted hake fillet with Serrano ham, fennel, and sherry jus. Finish with the classic Spanish dessert, churros with cinnamon sugar and a chocolate stew.

Salt House Tapas, 1 Hanover Street, Liverpool, UK, +44 151 706 0092

Fonseca’s

Recently rebranded Fonseca’s is the original arm of the Delifonseca Group, a small independent business with a passion for good food, and has a sister space on Liverpool’s Dockside. It has won a number of awards including Liverpool’s Favorite Restaurant at the Liverpool Food and Drink Awards. Fonseca’s location in the diverse Stanley Street Quarter draws an eclectic crowd drawn to its chic and intimate ambiance. Chef Marc Paley tastes adventurous dining with dishes like Rolled Pig’s Head with Salsa Verde. Fonseca’s menu changes regularly, although dishes like rabbit and chorizo ​​meatballs in a tomato-almond sauce with saffron rice are to be expected.

Fonseca’s, 12 Stanley Street, Liverpool 1, Liverpool, UK, +44 151 255 0808

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