Liverpool's fortunes have historically been tied to shipping. But imports and exports like sugar, spice and tobacco pale in comparison with Liverpool's most famous export of all—the Beatles. Relive the hysteria at the Beatles Story Experience, and check out Paul's childhood home, but also leave time for exploring Liverpool Cathedral and the Walker Art Gallery.
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4.5 based on 511 reviews
Also traditional Nepalese food
We highly recommend this restaurant because of the whole experience. The welcome was warm, I would bring my family to this restaurant, the emphasis is on good food beautifully presented with out fuss regarding descriptions of menu selection.
Vegetarians are easily catered for from the varied menu. All the food is freshly cooked and attention to detail is shown in the presentation.
Saffron is near the P&O port, making it a good estination whilst waiting for a sailing.
We loved it!
5 based on 300 reviews
Open Sundays From 13.00 To 17.00
We've been to Paul's Place half a dozen times over the last year, and never been disappointed. The food is superbly cooked and the prices are reasonable. Our daughter is vegan, and they looked after her wonderfully well, especially considering how small the place is. Highly recommended.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Visited with another couple for dinner. The food here is awesome. We had a good selection of dishes and everything was delicious.
I can recommend the pigs cheeks, Gambas, albondigas, pork ribs and croquettes. The cava sangria was also lovely to drink. Possibly one of the best tapas restaurants I’ve ever visited.
4.5 based on 549 reviews
Restaurant closed 4th to 21st April.
Ruby here again. I had a fab night out with the Volley (pub East Street Waterloo L22) witches on Friday at Da Gurkha. One of the longest members of the coven couldn't make it and was missed but we still had a great time. On my nod one of the girls had the chickpea starter and loved it and several had the Mo Mo starter. I for the first time had Da Gurkha kebab & it was lovely and there was lots of meat. There was 10of us and everybody loved the location, the service, the food and the wine. For a slightly belated 50th birthday celebration with good friends I couldn't have asked for a better night.
Thanks Netra and staff.
5 based on 1 reviews
The Art School Restaurant is completely unique. Housed in the old sculpture room of the John Moores University Fine Arts faculty, the project has been a labour of love from start to finish. We have tried to embrace the features of the original building and have blended in modern facilities. With warm lighting, a viewing window through to the kitchen, a relaxing bar and a fabulous dining area, the restaurant is designed for up to 50 covers. Situated across the street from the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic, and a short distance from both of Liverpool's cathedrals, the restaurant is the first of its kind in Liverpool City Centre. Our Mission is to deliver the highest possible dining standards in our ever expanding, evermore discerning City of Liverpool. To do this we will offer innovative, seasonal menus developed from the finest local produce our region has to offer, including an exclusive range of organic spirits, superb 200 bin wine list and a world class Champagne selection. Delivered by an international team of experienced chefs, waiters and sommeliers, the restaurant has a focus on mentoring young, local talent and apprentices by working with the Mayoral Youth Contract. Starting from £23.50 For 2 courses, our menus are aspirational, modern and contemporary. We aim to be affordable and inviting for all to enjoy.
We ‘dine out’ a lot in Cheshire but came to Liverpool to go to the theatre. But firstly we
read trip advisor. We were certainly not disappointed with our choice. The service was
very good, professional and friendly. The lunch was so interesting,appetising and
delicious. We started with a surprise “Bonne bouche”. It was followed by a lovely starter of a warm salad with small slices of lamb fillet and black pudding. Then we
enjoyed our main course of Guinea fowl and a selection of beautifully cooked vegetables. All was first class. We left feeling very contented - we even had our
coats warmed in front of a log fire in the entrance hall. ( It was a horrible snowy cold
Saturday.). I do hope that we can return soon.
5 based on 159 reviews
CLOSED 8 JULY, 25TH JULY - 7TH AUG
Went here for breakfast (when I was exceptionally hungover) and couldn't decide why I wanted in my hangover haze, so ordered both the veggie breakfast and cream cheese and bacon bagel! Both were absolutely incredible, and my friend had a tuna melt that was somehow...MoreHaha thanks Phillipa! We hope you left feeling better than when you came in! Thank you for such a kind review. See you soon, Rosanna The Old Hardware Shop
5 based on 496 reviews
We gathered as a group of friends/ colleagues to celebrate a much loved one’s 60th. This is a lovely restaurant which provides not only very tasty freshly cooked food but a lovely homely atmosphere in which to enjoy it. The staff are also very friendly and attentive.
4.5 based on 176 reviews
Small plates - Gluten free - Seafood - Speciality meats - vegetarian - wines by the glass - craft beers - cocktails - family run - owner managed
My favourite restaurant, Staff lovely, helpful with the menu. Went for some of the unusual choices on the menu this time. Beetroot risoto was amazing. The soundtrack - superb, DJ Neil Craven with an eclectic mix of tunes. Stayed on after for a few beers.
5 based on 155 reviews
Cafe opposite Liverpool's ground serving a large sections of food including all day breakfast eat in or take out
Another perfect breakfast at Georgie Porgy and we enjoyed a lot. Friendly staff good price good food nice atmosphere!! What else can u expect for a meal ? Highly recommended
5 based on 154 reviews
We cook traditional Thai cuisine in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. All food is freshly cooked to order using quality ingredients. You are welcome to dine in or take away. We don't sell alcohol but feel free to bring your own bottle (small corkage fee applies) and we will provide wine glasses. Our coffee is freshly ground coffee Arabica beans. We cater to all dietary requirements, whether you are vegan, vegetarian or allergic.
Really impressed with this little place! What a great find. We came yesterday and had some delicious food. Lovely service, very polite and helpful. The food was amazing. I had the yellow curry and it was bang on. Really really tasty! We will definitely be back! Next time we will bring some wine too!! They don't sell alcohol but you can being and pay £1 pp for corkage which I think is very reasonable. Great place. We will be back!
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