Traveling to Liverpool England this year? If so check out one or all ten of the best restaurants for your dining fare.
The Brasserie at Formby Hall is located at Southport Old Road, Formby on 135 acres of superb parkland. This is England’s Golf Coast, and you can partake of a few rounds during your visit. Why not create your meal by sampling the “Charred quail with chili, Lime & oregano, fine bean & plum tomato salad.”
If this is not to your liking you may choose the most exquisite Thai cuisine in England at the Chaophraya Liverpool, located at Liverpool One, 5-6 Kenyon Steps, Liverpool. Enjoy either lunch or dinner in this relaxed and friendly atmosphere.
Going to downtown Liverpool? Simply Heathcotes Liverpool, is the place to enjoy traditional British dishes like grilled Welsh goat’s cheese salad, or seared fillet of sea bream with pearl barley & tarragon, red peppers & garlic for the main dish. Simply Heathcotes works with local farmers. They bring the freshest local meats, cheeses and produce to you. Children are also welcome within this stunning glass and granite landmark building.
If Italian is more to your liking you must see Il Forno Italian Restaurant Liverpool, located at 132 Duke Street, East Village. Be entertained by a Fire Breathing Mask pizza oven, or enjoy pasta and an evening special of Salmone Affumicato (Smoked Scottish salmon with beetroot).
Sapporo Teppanyaki Liverpool, located at 34 Duke Street, East Village, in the center of Chinatown, is a Japanese delight, and known as one of Liverpool, England’s best restaurants. In traditional Japanese style, you can enjoy theatre style seating while watching your chef cook chicken or lamb. A Sushi bar and a more traditional seating option are also available.
Perhaps you want an intimate dining experience for a business deal. If so check out The Brasserie at Malmaison, located at the Princes Dock, in Liverpool. Known to locals as the “Mal”, you will find the best Lancashire and Cheshire produce used here. Two private rooms are available seating 10, one of which boasts a “chef cam” where you can view your meal being prepared.
Searching for something a little less formal but still in the top 10? Make your way to 25-27 Castle Street, to the Olive Press Pizzeria Bar & Grill. Located in the middle of the financial district, this is the perfect place for that quick business lunch. Totally Italian, you can get pizza and various kinds of specialty dishes. When the business day is done take the family, as toddlers eat free, not to mention they offer a cooking class for kids.
Would you like a relaxed and unique Thai experience brought to you by the same owners of Chaophraya? Then you must visit Yee Rah Bar & Grill located at Liverpool One, 14 Paradise Street, Liverpool. From traditional Thai to outstanding international dishes, Yee Rah combines the best.
Looking for Liverpool nightlife and poker? Look no further than 110 Brasserie located at Circus Casino, Queen Square,. While you choose from a variety of casino games like Three Card Poker, Blackjack or the Electronic Roulette table; you can partake of dishes like tempura battered shrimp, English steaks, or soups of the day to mention a few.
Last but not least is the Fraiche – Birkenhead. Located at 11 Rose Mount, Oxton, Birkenhead, if you are hungry for a 15 course French meal.
There you have it, the best restaurants in Liverpool. Don’t delay, fly, set sail; however, you travel, be on your way and check out the top of the line dining destinations today.