Peckish in The Pool? From the infamous Panoramic 34 to the humble Maray restaurant, we’ve got you covered with this list of some of the best restaurants, cafés and bistros for all occasions in Liverpool.
Maray

Exotic eats

This small plate restaurant combines falafel and cocktails to a daring effect. Middle Eastern meets European and even American cuisine at this restaurant that’s ideal for sharing several dishes with friends or family. 


Where to find it? 91 Bold St, Liverpool, L1 4HF

How much? ££

 
Maray
Lunya

Family Foodies

Located in Liverpool ONE shopping centre, this Catalan tapas bar and restaurant is extremely family friendly. In fact, they even offer a free drink to breastfeeding mothers! They also serve tapas favourites such as Patatas Bravas, Chorizo and the intriguing sounding Catalan Scouse.


 

Where to find it? 55 Hanover St, Liverpool, L1 3DN

How much? ££

Lunya
Panoramic 34

Romantic meal for two

One of Britain’s highest restaurants (100m above sea level), the view at Panoramic 34 is stunning. Take in 360° views of Liverpool, the Welsh hills and, on a very clear day, you can even see Manchester’s Hilton Hotel! The food matches the panorama, offering a fine dining experience that’s perfect for a date.

 

Where to find it? 34th Floor, West Tower, Brook Street, Liverpool L3 9PJ


How much? ££££
Panoramic34
East Avenue Bakehouse

Brunch

Is it a Bakery? Is it a café? It’s both - and Liverpool is very glad it exists! The all-female led bakery serves up all your brunch favourites while the smell of freshly baked bread wafts through the air. The beautiful light interior adds to this wonderful independent establishment - ideal for those mornings when you need that bit extra for brekkie!

Where to find it? 112 Bold St, Liverpool L1 4HY

How much? ££

East Avenue Bakehouse
Bakchich

Budget bites

This Lebanese street food restaurant is perfect for the tourist on a budget. Enjoy large portions of Mezze and Shawarma dishes at low prices, while relaxing on leather banquettes amongst Mediterranean-style murals, the perfect way to escape the city and enjoy some exotic food at the same time!  

 


Where to find it? 54 Bold St, Liverpool, L1 4ER

How much? £

Bakchich

Pre-theatre dining

On Hope Street, between the two cathedrals, the Everyman reopened in March 2014 to great acclaim from audiences and critics, winning the 2014 RIBA Stirling Prize for architecture. Accessible and environmentally sustainable, the theatre hosts the trademark wrap-around auditorium showcasing work made specifically for Liverpool and from our global friends.

 

Where to find it? The Everyman Theatre, 7-11 Hope St, Liverpool, L1 9BH


How much? £££
Everyman Bistro

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