Food & Drink
9 spots for a cheap and tasty lunch in Liverpool City Centre
3 years ago
Lunch is an important part of every day and so is finding a tasty, cheap and filling lunch in Liverpool City Centre.
When the clock strikes midday, it doesn’t matter if it is a colleague across the busy office or the friend you are out on a walk with, lunch becomes the top priority.
Liverpool is packed with delicious places to eat, but here is our list of places to grab lunch for less than a tenner.
CB Sushi is a plant-based sushi-making company with platters that will get your taste buds tingling.
Founder and head chef Chloe started her company in 2018 and now stocks in lots of places around Merseyside.
Their sushi rolls and inari come to less than a tenner and are perfect for a delicious lunch time treat.
You can find this tasty sushi on Thursdays at Redberry Club on Jamaica street and on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at Sandhills Climbing Hangar.
Check out their website here.
An absolute staple lunchtime haunt for many Scousers, is sandwich shop, Dory’s.
They have everything from breakfast barms and sandwiches to jacket potatoes and hot soup, all for less than £6.
They are open every day apart from Sundays and serve breakfast or lunch from 7am until 4pm.
Dory’s lets you pick and choose your fillings to create your ultimate lunchtime meal and can be located on Hardman street.
They don’t have a website, but you can order online here.
The Canadian dish, poutine, is a filling dish of fries, cheese curds and gravy which not only tastes delicious, but fills you up too.
Caribou Poutine said their most popular poutine is topped with medium rare rump steak and drizzled with garlic butter.
This steak poutine costs just £8.50, meaning you can also purchase a soft drink for less than a tenner.
Find them on Slater Street where they are open from midday on Friday and Saturday, or grab a late lunch from 4pm between Tuesday and Thursday.
Discover their full menu by clicking here.
Kimos are a mediterrenean restaurant serving up mouth-watering breakfasts, brunches, lunches and dinners.
One of their favourite dishes is their Kebdah, which is on their breakfast menu but is served until 5pm and comes to just £6.90.
They also serve wraps and fries for under £10, or soup and a roll for less than £5 and can be found on Mount Pleasant.
Visit their website here.
This independent bakery and cafe serve meat, veggie and vegan bagels that will set you up for the afternoon.
Bagels range in price from £4.95 to £7.50 and have everything from hummus and falafel to bacon with cheese sauce.
One of the most popular bagels is the philly cheesesteak and they also serve tasty doughnuts.
The Bagelry is nestled in Chinatown in the city centre and has outdoor seating or takeaway options.
Check out their Facebook page here.
MerseyMade’s Gordon Smith Cafe is a top spot to grab your lunch, with sourdough bread provided by local baker, Plattsville Bakehouse.
Their most popular lunch is their smashed avocado on toasted sourdough served with chorizo, poached egg and sriracha mayo.
This dish costs just £8.95, or they also have sandwich options for just £6.95.
Soak up the atmosphere with your lunch in their Grade II listed building, Chancery House on Paradise street.
To see what else they do, click here.
Grilla is a greek grill house restaurant which serves flavourful meat or vegetarian gyros and wraps.
Their chicken with halloumi gyros are £8.50, or £7.50 to take away and they even do two chicken or pork gyros for a tenner.
The substantial wraps are served with onion, tomato, sauce and fresh cut chips, setting you up for the day.
Grilla’s restaurant is situated on Hardman street and is open from 2pm at the weekends, or for a late lunch through the week, from 4pm.
For their full menu, click here.
If you’re looking for a lunch time treat on a tight budget, then you can’t beat a big slice of pizza.
Crazy Pedro’s have a delicious mix of daily pizzas to choose from and you can get two slices and a soft drink for a fiver.
They are open from midday, everyday, and for an extra pound, you can even swap your soft drink for a beer.
They have indoor and outdoor seating and you can grab your slices from their restaurant on Parr Street.
To find out more, have a look at their website here.
Bing House brings appetising Chinese street food straight to your lunch break in Liverpool City Centre.
Their jianbings (wraps) are packed with texture, flavours and spices and can be tailor-made to order.
They have meat, vegetarian and vegan options with a main dish and drink for £6.95, or £9.95 with the addition of a side.
They are open Monday to Friday 11.30am to 8pm and you can find them on Hardman street in town.
Check out their website here.