Restaurants in Liverpool
The restaurant scene in Liverpool city region is booming, with more places to eat and more international cuisines than ever before. One of the best districts to eat is Hope Street; home to renowned restaurants the London Carriage Works and 60 Hope Street, plus Host, the Quarter and Frederiks.
In the business district, you can dine high above the city at Panoramic 34, or try Restaurant Bar and Grill, set in a beautiful old banking hall. Try the Delifonseca restaurants - Fonseca's on Stanley Street or Delifonseca Dockside - winners of the Taste Liverpool category at the region's 2014 Tourism Awards.
Liverpool’s hotels also have an impressive range of quality restaurants, from Marco Pierre White at Hotel Indigo to Blakes at Hard Days Night Hotel. The UK’s oldest Chinese community can be found in Liverpool, and so can some of the best Chinese restaurants. Try the Chinatown area around Berry Street, making time to admire the Chinese Arch.
For shoppers, Liverpool ONE has a good range of popular restaurant chains plus the independent Catalan deli and restaurant Lunya. Albert Dock is also a popular place to eat. Smuggler’s Cove, What’s Cooking, Gusto, Blue Bar and Grill, Circo and PanAm are just some of the choices.
At The Art School, we pride ourselves on delivering the best possible experience to our guests, and this journey begins with your reservation.
Etsu has a cosy and relaxed atmosphere with room for just 48 diners so be sure to book early to avoid any disappointment. We also have a large outside terrace for the warmer days and nights.
Situated at the gateway to The Albert Dock, overlooking the Tate Gallery, Gusto adds another cultural landmark to this world-famous location. In a city that doesn’t do things by halves, Gusto Liverpool is no exception; taking its motto ‘Con Amici’ (eating with friends) to heart, it will happily seat parties of up 40 people – at a single table.