Where to eat in Liverpool for breakfast
The much-loved Luca is an Italian restaurant that has earnt some incredible reviews. The eatery was built on passion for food, and features Italian classics along with Italian ‘small plates’, inspired by cicheti, small dishes of authentic Venetian delicacies. If you’re looking for somewhere special to eat breakfast in Liverpool this is the place. Of course Luca serves traditional breakfast favourites, such as the English and vegan breakfasts. But if you want something different, try Luca’s Italian twists on breakfast faves, such as the panettone french toast, with amaretto maple syrup, seasonal fruit compote and whipped mascarpone. Or perhaps you want to try the satisfying breakfast sandwich, with sausage, bacon, fried eggs and mozzarella, served on olive-oil rich focaccia… alternatively there’s the ‘nduja scrambled egg on artisan sourdough with chilli agrodolce and mascarpone… it’s going to be hard to choose!
Where to eat in Liverpool if you‘re vegetarian or vegan
Bohemian, relaxed and so much more than delicious food, The Egg Cafe is one of the favourite vegetarian restaurants in Liverpool. They serve comfort vegetarian and vegan food with a wholesome, homemade vibe. While you enjoy the food you can admire the panoramic views of the city and the cafe’s independent art gallery. The cafe is also community-spirited and the perfect meeting place and hangout, with a calendar of organised events to enjoy. The entire menu is plant-based and many dishes are vegan and gluten and dairy free. How about trying one of their famous spicy bean burgers with some homemade lemonade and a large slice of cake? And if you’re there on a sunday, you can opt for their vegan nut roast with all the trimmings and seasonal vegetables. It’s worth noting that they sell beer and wine, or you can BYO, just paying £2 per person for corkage. So if you have a special bottle of something in your cupboard at home, you can bring it along!
Where to eat in Liverpool for traditional English cuisine
The cool and sultry Hanover Street Social is part of a group of restaurants under Salt House Hospitality Group; a group of hugely successful and sophisticated restaurants in Liverpool. Their formula clearly gets things right; seeking to go that extra mile for each and every customer. The interior is cool and alluring, with filament bulbs, velvet curtains and bistro tables. And the food is designed to live up to the Salt House group’s excellent reputation. They serve some comforting British classics that will make your mouth water. Examples include: chicken, leek and mushroom pot pie with chips with mushy peas, or crisp pork belly with sautéed new potatoes, caramelised onions, buttered green beans, cauliflower purée and red wine jus. British faves are also on offer on the pudding menu including the ever-popular sticky toffee pudding and a selection of Cheshire farm ice cream.
Where to eat in Liverpool for a unique dining experience
If you’re wondering where to eat in Liverpool for a unique dining experience, head to COSMO Authentic World Kitchen. The talented team of chefs at COSMO create over 100 dishes every day, with eight different cuisines, served in a buffet style. Diners can choose from Chinese, Japanese sushi or Teppanyaki, Indian, Italian, Continental, a Mediterranean deli, a tasting kitchen and a carvery. There are unlimited courses, just for one set price. But COSMO is not just about the food (as delicious as it is), the whole experience is enjoyable. There are live cooking stations, mouth-watering aromas, visually appealing food displays (from beautifully presented sushi to deletable chocolate fountains). And not forgetting COSMO’s robots Bella and Hola who can guide you to your table, assist staff members and even sing ‘Happy Birthday’!
Where to eat in Liverpool if you love steak
Beef lovers unite! For the finest quality steak, you have to try Cowshed. Each different cut of meat has an optimum cooking method to achieve the best flavour and tenderness. The expert staff members are able to advise you on how each steak should be cooked to ensure you enjoy the best. The steak here is clearly the star of the show, but while waiting for your succulent steak to cook, you can graze on some, er, more beef, such as Gold Standard Wagyu Biltong or Platinum Edition Wagyu Jerky. Or you can mix things up and try some moreish brie, mozzarella and truffle bread, with chopped walnuts and red wine syrup. They’ve also got some heavenly veggie sides like savoy cabbage and kale in spiced bacon cream to accompany your steak…mmmh…