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Eating Out in Liverpool

Where else could you eat around the world in one city, than in Liverpool? Our culinary offering is second to none and whatever your palate, you’ll find a restaurant to suit your tastes.

Cote Bistro is where you’ll get the sophisticated French charm, while Bill’s can provide that comforting Great British flavour. Gusto offers hearty Italian in a world famous setting of the Albert Dock, or you can dine on set at Fazenda, a Brazilian rodizio located in the business district where Peaky Blinders and Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them were filmed.
Any ladies who love to lunch will have no problem finding a great spot for catching up over a bite. Small plates are ideal for trying a bit of everything without feeling too full during the day, and there are so many to recommend - Maray on Bold Street offers an eclectic menu inspired from around the globe, with some inspiring reworks of classic.

Salt House Bacaro (found on Castle Street) provides Venetian small plates in a simple way that focuses on a big flavour. The charcuterie boards are a highlight. And of course, when it comes to small plates, tapas still reigns supreme. Lunya on Hanover Street is a well-established, family-owned independent, paying homage to Catalunya and Spain.
For small plates, street food style, Mowgli ticks all the boxes and delivers a truly unrivalled Indian experience. Served in traditional tiffins, Mowgli’s dishes echo the healthy ethos of real Indian food and have fresh flavours that are much-welcomed for a warming lunch.
To make your trip extra special, why not book in for afternoon tea? You’ll love 60 Hope Street, where the doorway is often adorned with stunning archways made of flowers. (Don’t forget to take a photo!) Not to mention it’s located in the beautiful Georgian Quarter, just a short walk from the city centre. Or if you want the real “high” tea experience, try Panoramic 34, one of the UK’s highest restaurants overlooking our magnificent waterfront.
If you’re still not convinced, take the Sunday Times’ word for it - we’re also proudly home to The Art School, which made the Sunday Times Top 100 Restaurants list of 2017 for its exceptionable quality of fine dining. Not to mention it features in the Michelin Guide 2018, citing its offering as “a bewildering array of colourful modern dishes”.

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  1. Add Castle Street to your Itinerary

    Castle Street


    Castle Street is a street in the heart of Liverpool City Centre that not only boasts some of the best bars and restaurants, it also has some incredible history, seen in the fantastic facade's of the architecture that characterises this beautiful...

  2. Add Bold Street to your Itinerary

    Bold Street


    Located in the heart of the city centre, Bold Street is arguably Liverpool’s most exciting thoroughfare. Here you will discover the world on one street, with an eclectic mix of independent cafés, bars, bistros and restaurants serving a plethora of...

  3. Add PanAm Bar & Restaurant to your Itinerary

    PanAm Bar & Restaurant


    A contemporary bar and restaurant located in Britannia Pavilion, Albert Dock offering a bistro menu at lunch time and a la carte in the evening.
    Fabulous food, great service and plush surroundings makes this venue perfect for every type of occasion

  4. Add Royal Albert Dock to your Itinerary

    Royal Albert Dock


    Located on Liverpool’s incredible World Heritage Site waterfront, the Albert Dock structure features the largest collection of Grade I listed buildings in the whole country.

  5. Add Fazenda Rodizio Bar & Grill to your Itinerary

    Fazenda Rodizio Bar & Grill


    All the tradition behind the unique Brazilian way of serving...

  6. Add Queen Square Arcade to your Itinerary

    Queen Square Arcade


    Queen Square Arcade is a Central hub of restaurants, bars and entertainment in the heart of the city at St Georges Quarter, just minutes away from Lime St Station and Queen Square Bus Station.

  7. Add Pho to your Itinerary



    In the heart of Liverpool City Centre on the famous Bold Street surrounded by an eclectic mix of coffee shops, world food stores, bars and bistros. Our restaurant has about 85 seats with a mix of high and low counter seating, cosy booths and benches.

  8. Add Crazy Pedro's Liverpool to your Itinerary

    Crazy Pedro's Liverpool


    They love to party all the time at Pedro's. Grab a Frozen Margarita and a slice of Pizza and watch the party unfold.

  9. Add Head of Steam Liverpool to your Itinerary

    Head of Steam Liverpool


    A Large pub located on Hanover street in the heart of the city center, specialising in Beer including Craft, Cask and world Beers.
    50 + Tables including booths, large tables and cosy snugs giving the perfect setting to enjoy our food and drinks.

  10. Add Soho Liverpool to your Itinerary

    Soho Liverpool


    If you've been out in Liverpool before, then you've probably been to Soho.