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The Liverpool restaurant scene is constantly evolving and whatever you’re hungry for, we’ve got it. From group dining, a quick yet satisfying lunch, veggie and vegan dishes, date night settings and family friendly deals, there’s something for everyone. Now, thanks to Quandoo, you can book your table at your preferred restaurant, all from your mobile phone.
Quandoo is the world’s fastest growing reservation platform. Using either the dedicated website or app, you can access the very best local and international restaurants, read genuine user reviews and collect loyalty points with every booking.
Situated on Hanover Street, Bistro Franc serves up the finest French cuisine, 7 days a week. This bohemian eatery uses a mix of authentic décor and classic dishes to whisk you away to the French capital. Expect mouth watering boeuf bourguignon, pan-fried sea bream and more.
Don’t forget to check out sister restaurant, Bistro Pierre on Mathew Street for tasty pre-theatre menus and great value wine and dine packages too.
When it comes to all-day dining, few venues can rival the stylish Castle Street Townhouse. From morning til night, this bar and restaurant serves up everything from eggs and avocado to bacon sarnies, Welsh mussels to feather blade beef and chicken supreme.
Jam is a true hidden gem in the middle of the city centre. Tucked away on Sir Thomas Street you’re bound to be bowled over by the sheer size of the venue before tucking into the likes of afternoon tea and home-made British classics and delectable duck spring rolls.
When it comes to buttermilk chicken, it has to be Yard & Coop, Hanover Street. With loads of weekly offers including wing Wednesday and kids eat free, the chicken experts at this Ropewalks venue serve up amazing sides and cocktails to complete your dining experience. It’s all going on at the Coop!
If vegan or veggie is your thing, check out Down The Hatch, Duke Street. This comfort food restaurant has even the most ardent meat lovers hooked with dishes such as the Incredible Bulk Burger, vegan tiramisu and fully loaded fries. Chow down on the veggie goodness.
One for the meat lovers! Head to Hope Street and sink your teeth into patties of exceptional quality. From brekkie burgers to the dirtiest of fries, Cajun bacon tater tots, halloumi bites and so much more, Death Row Diner brings the very best of modern American food to the Georgian Quarter.
As the name suggests, the former bank has been transformed into a beautiful dining room which offers up great value meals with a bit of flair. From bar bites and sandwiches to posh pies, British classics and indulgent puddings (the 14 hour braised beef and ale pie is amazing), there’s something for everyone at this James St venue.
Fancy a taste of Little Italy with an NYC twist? Head to Tribeca on Smithdown Road for an authentic taste of the big apple on a freshly prepared pizza base! From nachos and ribs to meat, fish and veggie topped pizzas and of course generous wedges of baked cheesecake, Tribeca is a firm favourite with families and mates alike.
Sticking with the Italian theme, Rose Lane eatery, L’Olivetto is located in the leafy Mossley Hill area and makes for a perfect date venue. Traditional Italian recipes, including pasta, pizza, tasty fresh salads, fish, meat and of course, deliciously indulgent desserts, make up a fabulous menu at a real hidden gem venue.
Sophisticated modern décor meets flavoursome Thai cuisine at Ayuthaya in Great Crosby. Expect all the traditional dishes we’ve come to adore in the North West, including spring rolls, prawn toast, chicken satay and a vast array of curries or pad Thai and not forgetting the Liverpool obsession with salt & pepper dishes too.
Whether you choose to visit the Allerton Road or Ormskirk Miyagi venue, you’re guaranteed a warm welcome and an authentic pan-Asian inspired meal with soul. Combining dishes from the land, sea and garden, Miyagi offers up bao buns, katsu, nori taco’s and more with a Motown soundtrack for a truly chilled dining experience.
If it’s a curry you covet, East Z East at both Kings Dock and Penny Lane will sort you right out. Traditional Punjabi Kashmiri cuisine have been reworked to create a myriad of fragrant, flavour-full curries and sides, with veggie options available too. The beer is cold, the welcome is warm and your taste buds will thank you afterwards.
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Only Skaus could successfully mix Scandinavian culture with Scouse hospitality and produce a thoroughly relaxed yet exciting dining concept. HUS on Tithebarn Street is the venue and Skaus provides an exciting menu including Danish open sandwiches to meatballs, hasselback chips, Swedish and vegan scouse and more.
Take a trip out to bohemian Lark Lane and sample the finest Spanish tapas at Monkey Grinder. Why not tuck into a Spanish breakfast, bocadillo hot sandwiches, churros and top quality, amazing value tapas loaded with fresh ingredients. Oh and they sell all the Gin too! Recreate the taste of sunny, Spanish days in Liverpool.
One of Liverpool’s newest and most stylish restaurants, Dash not only offers a mouth-watering menu but also a truly stunning dining room and bar to get together with friends and family. Serving up an Asian-inspired menu with dishes such as fig-spiced lamb cutlets or pato sampa marinated duck breast, Dash compliments its flavoursome, fragrant food with a seriously impressive cocktail list too.
Both Berry Street and Smithdown Place Neon Jamon restaurants create the finest Spanish tapas dishes and wine pairings, they’re so good, no summer in Liverpool is complete without a visit. Get a window seat at Smithdown Place and people watch while devouring straw fries and eggs, salt cod croquettas and Iberico pork ribs.
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Fenwick Street based restaurant Manhattan Bar & Grill has a huge crowd pleasing menu featuring all your favourite big taste dishes. From burgers and salads to pasta, pizza, meaty mains and classic desserts – did someone say warm apple pie? Manhattan Bar & Grill is great for group dining and indecisive diners who want the world on a plate!
Mixing the Victorian splendour of Southport’s Lord Street with the stylish interior of the Bold Hotel, this bar and grill has so much to offer. There’s an international and Mediterranean menu featuring locally sourced ingredients and the likes of burgers, pizzas, pasta and kebabs straight from the coals.
How about this for a quirky dining option in Southport? The Potting Shed is made up from comfy, eclectic sheds and leafy plants in which to enjoy a feeding or watering! The menu includes light bites like peri peri chicken goujons and coconut king prawns, plus burgers, pizza and a cracking Sunday Roast!
If you’re looking for a quirky Liverpool eatery with bite, it’s got to be Ghetto Golf. Coupled with Birdies Bar this adult only, 18 hole crazy golf attraction serves up amazing cocktails and street food all under one roof. Once you’ve smashed a hole in one, why not sink your teeth into a Blue Moo burger from Apocalypse Cow, some lasagne bites and Nutella Churros?!
Where will you dine next? You can access Quandoo online at Quandoo.co.uk or you can download the free app to your phone or tablet by visiting the App Store or Google Play. Good food at your fingertips.
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