Food & Drink
7 Liverpool fine dining restaurants in the Eat Out Help out scheme
3 years ago
We’re all being encouraged to Eat Out to Help Out right now, showing restaurants and coffee shops some much-needed support to help them get back up and running after months of virus lockdown.
And in August there’s the added incentive of Rishi’s discount, giving 50% off food and soft drinks at venues that have signed up to take part, up to a maximum of £10 per person.
So, as well as being a great time to show some love to your local favourite place to eat, it’s also the perfect excuse to enjoy something a bit special too. Fine dining for any occasion – even if the occasion is just finally going out after so long – always feels like a treat and now even more so if you’re getting a bit knocked off the bill at the end.
You don’t need to worry about having a voucher, or even mentioning the scheme, because if you eat out Mon-Wed between August 3 and 31 it’ll just be automatically taken off. There’s no limit to the number of times you can do it, and you can also use the discount at the same time as other offers.
Here’s 7 suggestions for restaurants which are taking part in Eat Out to Help Out …
The Art School
Chef patron Paul Askew’s award-winning fine dining restaurant just off Hope Street is always a top class experience – a beautiful building, the best locally sourced ingredients, immaculate service and a team of absolute genius chefs. The main Lantern dining room has a choice of set menus to really indulge yourself with.
Gary Usher’s Elite Bistros have been giving fans a high-end ‘at home’ option during lockdown but now Wreckfish – along with Burnt Truffle in Wirral and Sticky Walnut in Chester – is back open again and a part of EOTHO. Unmissable in greys on Slater Street, Wreckfish is all about relaxed dining and honest British food excellence.
Arguably the restaurant with the most spectacular views in Liverpool, Panoramic 34 – the name gives a clue – is on the 34th floor of West Tower on Brook Street, so you get to look out across the river and the city while you eat. This really is the height of fine dining – a new menu of European dishes, an elegant setting and great cocktails too.
Six by Nico
One of the city’s newest and most unusual dining concepts – Six by Nico specialises in creating regularly-changing food ‘stories’ and a six-course tasting menu to go with them. Through August the theme is Chippie 2.0 so expect reimagined favourites and some amazing takes on chip shop classics, finishing with a deep-fried Mars obviously.
Titanic Hotel Liverpool
For waterfront views, a building full of maritime history and a peaceful, outside the city centre setting, you can’t get much better than Titanic Hotel. You’ll get to sit by the waters of Stanley Dock while you dine and, if you love watching the theatre of top chefs at work, then Stanley’s Bar & Grill has an open kitchen too.
Thornton Hall Hotel
If you fancy a trip over to Wirral, or if you’re already on that side of the water, then Thornton Hall Hotel is definitely a chance to spoil yourself. Guests can dine in its restaurant from the Grill menu or sit out in the Terrace & Garden area and choose from the Al Fresco menu.
London Carriage Works
Up in the Georgian Quarter of Liverpool city centre, on Hope Street, the Carriage Works is the 2 AA rosette restaurant of the adjoining Hope Street Hotel. Dishes are created with the best that North West producers have to offer and the Prix Fixe evening menu gives a choice of two or three innovative, imaginative courses.