Here’s where you should eat in Liverpool
Liverpool has some #TrulyScrumptious options for people wanting to have a great eating experience. Liverpool is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and boasts quality local produce and a diverse restaurant scene.
If you’re ready for a great night out, there are many different restaurants in Liverpool to choose from:
This is the tallest restaurant in the UK, and you’ll find it in the West Tower skyscraper (on the 34th floor). You’ll enjoy contemporary European cuisine with stunning, 360º views. From this restaurant, you can see the hills of north Wales, the River Mersey, and the Liverpool skyline. The clever yet concise menu features dishes like black pudding, rabbit, halibut, and more.
Panoramic 34 is also a great place to stop by for afternoon tea or a cocktail.
Browns is one of the many Liverpool ONE restaurants you need to check out. With classic, simple, fresh dishes and elegant surroundings, many consider this restaurant to be the perfect example of “proper food.” At Browns, you can enjoy good conversation, great drinks, and of course, a fine meal. The staff are welcoming, and this restaurant is a famous amongst locals.
Alma De Cuba
You’ll find Alma De Cuba in a beautifully converted church (formerly St Pat’s Catholic church), built back in 1788. Located in the Ropewalks area, you’ll dine amongst stained glass windows, arty lighting, and stained brick. The flavoursome, eclectic menu is influenced by both the Caribbean and South America, and you can choose from Scottish mussels, baby back ribs, and more.
Chaophraya is another famous Liverpool ONE restaurant, and it offers a delicious taste of the orient. The restaurant is spread over two floors, and offers a gorgeous first floor al fresco terrace which has views over the park.
Here, you’ll find a huge array of authentic Thai food, and you can watch it being prepared in the open kitchen. Whether you prefer southern or northern Thai food, you can choose from a huge menu which features dishes from a variety of regions throughout Thailand. All of the chefs use only the freshest ingredients, so be sure to check it out if you’re in Liverpool.
Jamie Oliver believes that he should have been Italian due to the diversity of dialects, cooking traditions, and lifestyles. His fascination with Italian food led to the creation of Jamie’s Italian, which is known for its simple, rustic dishes.
If you know anything about Jamie Oliver, you’re probably aware that he’s all about cooking with the best possible ingredients. You’ll find fresh pasta, antipasti, and much more at this restaurant, and if you’re a fan of fresh, seasonal food made with care, be sure to grab dinner at this restaurant.