The Best Restaurants in Liverpool


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Liverpool is a vibrant and diverse city that boasts a constantly evolving foodie scene. Every month seems to herald the opening of a great new restaurant to try out, catering for all different kinds of tastes and cuisines. Whether you live in the city, just north of town in Maghull or you’re travelling in from St Helens, we’ve picked out five of the best restaurants in Liverpool for you to try.

Roski

Led by a masterful chef, Anton Piotrowski, this wonderful little restaurant focuses on the food and is all the better for it. The decor is simple and elegant, but the menu combines local British produce with a fascinating regional slant. Make sure your smartphone’s charged up when you visit Roski, as you’ll probably want to take pictures of your beautifully-presented food when it comes out.

The Art School

Located within the stately Georgian Quarter, the Art School is one of the very best restaurants Liverpool has to offer. The interior is livelier than over in nearby Roski, especially with a huge glass roof overhead, but your focus is likely to be firmly on your plate once again. Chef Paul Askew has crafted a fantastic contemporary dining spot, which is perfect for visiting before catching a show at the Liverpool Philharmonic or the Everyman theatre.

Greek Taverna Bold Street

The vibes at this down-to-earth eatery are very different, but the food is still top-notch. In fact, Bold Street’s Greek Taverna ranks as one of the top restaurants in Liverpool, and is well worth a visit. If Greek is your favourite cuisine, this authentic hotspot is an absolute must; not only for the great food, but also for the relaxed and friendly atmosphere.

Pilgrim

If Spanish food is your thing, don’t hesitate to make a pilgrimage to this superb restaurant. Part of the foodie paradise Duke Street Market a short stroll from the Royal Albert Dock, Pilgrim’s menu is small yet perfectly formed. Offerings may change to reflect the Spanish seasons, but small plates with big flavours are always par for the course.

Dale Street Kitchen

A stone’s throw from St George’s Quarter and the World Museum, Dale Street Kitchen is an informal eatery known for its tasty full English breakfasts. There’s much more to this restaurant, bar and cafe though, where you can order freshly-made smoothies and even build your own burger, with vegetarian and vegan options available. The menu has everything from sandwiches and wraps to sharing platters, salads and fish and meat mains, catering for the whole family in style.

Whether you live in the Prescot area, up the coast in Southport or you’re just visiting the city for the day, you’re sure to find a restaurant in Liverpool which tickles your fancy. No matter the type of cuisine or style of eatery you prefer, don’t miss our Imagine Place and Sundial Place developments if you’re searching for a new home on Merseyside. With a great choice of 3 and 4 bedroom houses in two different Liverpool locations, all of our homes are built to exacting modern standards.