Eat and Drink in Liverpool
With over 300 restaurants in Liverpool city centre to choose from, Liverpool is loaded with numerous Places and options to meet your eating habit. If you're looking for Liverpool restaurants which serve your favourite type of food, you can pick from any of the restaurants in the city centre area.
Come join to eat, drink and dance at some of Liverpool’s tastiest and most picturesque restaurants, all in one handy waterfront location. Albert Dock is home to a smorgasbord of foodie treats; from Indian and Italian to succulent steaks, from deli specialities to pizza, pasta and contemporary cuisine. Whether you’re looking for coffee and a cake on a shopping break or champagne for a special occasion: Albert Dock has got it all.
From colourful tableware to sensational, fennel-spiked chorizo sausage rolls, there isn't much you can't buy in Peter Kinsella's Spanish deli-restaurant.The daily lunch offer (three tapas and bread, £10.75) is good value. Alternatively, you can take away all manner of snacks and salad-y things, tortilla, cakes, as well as hot sandwiches stuffed with morcilla (blood sausage) or, say, Catalan butifarra sausage and fig chutney. Do not miss the patatas aioli, a creamy concoction of half-mashed, half-crushed potatoes loaded with garlic. Comforting, next-level stodge. Talking of great value, set-lunch deals, the nearby Salt House is another excellent, if less slavishly authentic Liverpool tapas joint.
Depending on which way you look at it, or walk into it, the Baltic Triangle is either a blossoming creative quarter or several grim streets of garages, industrial units and wholesalers A coolly utilitarian artisan bakery and cafe. A humdinger it was, too. Cakes aside, the Bakehouse majors in quality sandwiches filled with, say, chicken, chipotle mayo and smoked Anglesey sea salt, or baba ganoush and grilled halloumi. A grilled cheese sandwich of mature cheddar and gruyère landed big punchy flavours, although it perhaps wasn't the best way to appreciate the "unique and subtle flavours" of the Bakehouse's 36-hour, cold-proved white sourdough.
By night, twinkling lights transform the Dock, and Liverpool's varied restaurant scene, clubs, comedy, DJs and live music burst into life. Choose from bistros and bars, restaurants and cafés, comedy and clubs – wherever you go, whatever you choose, it is guaranteed that you'll experience the best slice of Liverpool’s famous nightlife.