Liverpool offers some of the best UK restaurants and fine dining opportunities. The city has a fantastic award-winning restaurant scene with a vast range of cuisines for every mood and occasion. The Liverpool restaurant scene continues to grow!
From Indian, Japanese, Brazilian, and French food to tapas dishes, we have you covered with our selection of restaurants in and around the Liverpool City Region that you must visit for your next social gathering.
King’s Dock, Port of Liverpool, Keel Wharf, Liverpool L3 4BX
EastZEast is a multi-award-winning Indian restaurant located in King’s Dock next to the Royal Albert Dock Liverpool, running along the world-famous waterfront. The restaurant brings the best of Punjabi cuisine with a versatile menu and drink options. You can expect everything from great-tasting starters like chicken pakora and onion bhaji to traditional spicy curries for your main course. For your drinks, you can opt for an authentic Lassi, combining yoghurt, spices and fruit.
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West Tower, Brook St, Liverpool L3 9PJ
The Panoramic 34 is undoubtedly one of the best restaurants in Liverpool to enjoy fine dining with a view. Located on the 34th floor of the West Tower in the centre of Liverpool, customers will dine in one of the UK’s highest restaurants with breathtaking 360 views of the iconic River Mersey. As well as gorgeous food, there is also a bar area to unwind and sample a well-stocked bar or extensive wine list. Panoramic 34 is the perfect place for special occasions, whether afternoon tea, contemporary cooking or fine wines.
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136 Ford Road, Upton Village, Wirral CH49 0TQ
The Noya Restaurant delivers the best Mediterranean cuisine in the quaint Upton Village on the Wirral. This stylish family-friendly restaurant offers casual yet high-quality dining at its finest. You can indulge in a selection of tapas, seafood and pasta dishes, the main menu of which is perfect for those with a heart appetite. Food is best washed down with fruity cocktails, wine or top Mediterranean draughts.
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25 The Strand, Liverpool L2 0XJ
Etsu has been serving the people of Liverpool authentic Japanese cuisine since 2007. The restaurant serves up an extensive sushi menu from three highly trained Japanese chefs with over 70 years worth of experience. Situated on the Strand in the city centre, Etsu offers a cosy and relaxed atmosphere with a large terrace ideal for enjoying the warmer days and nights. This Japanese restaurant expanded in 2018, increasing capacity by 25% and introducing a deli section and a bigger bar.
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39 Eccleston St, Prescot L34 5QA
Pinion Bistro is a stylish bistro restaurant in Prescot which has been featured on our TV screens for the Channel 4 documentary ‘The Rebel Chef’. The restaurant serves lunch and an early evening menu which features freshly baked bread and humble bistro dishes, such as beef braise with truffle and parmesan chips. For dessert, the classic tart comes highly recommended! Pinio Bistro also offers an a la carte menu from 6pm as well as a tasty Sunday Lunch option.
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7 Liverpool Rd, Birkdale, Southport PR8 4AR
Bistrot Verite is a laidback French restaurant that opened its doors in 2009 due to the owner’s dreams of running an authentic French-style restaurant. In the heart of Birkdale Village, Bistrot Verite serves delicious cuisine made from locally sourced ingredients with a French twist. You can sample Gallic-themed dishes from a daily changing menu which is chalked up on boards around the bistro. If you fancy delightful sounds, sights, aromas and great cooking, then this restaurant is for you.
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Churrasco Steak House
Paradise Street, Liverpool L1 3HE
Who doesn’t love a good steak? No matter how you like yours cooked, Churrasco Steak House is one of the best restaurants in Liverpool city centre for steak lovers. Churrasco is a beautifully presented independent restaurant that offers a variety of scrumptious food from a diverse menu. You can expect quality steaks, homemade burgers and sauces, and theatrical dishes that will have you and your guests talking.
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57-63 Lark Lane, Liverpool L17 8UP
Maranto’s Restaurant is a family-run Italian-American restaurant in one of Liverpool’s hidden gems, Lark Lane in South Liverpool. Maranto’s remains one of the area’s oldest businesses since opening in 1983. The Maranto family has a long-standing reputation for their fresh, hearty cooking served with genuine passion and authentic Italian hospitality. There is something for everyone at this Liverpool restaurant as the menu includes steaks, seafood, pasta, burgers, pizzas, and much more.
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47-49 Hanover St, Liverpool L1 3DN
Experience the taste of Brazil at an award-winning ‘Churrascaria’ restaurant which offers a unique dining experience. Bem Brasil is located on Castle Street in the heart of Liverpool, which hosts some of the best bars and restaurants in the city. You can immerse yourself in an authentic atmosphere surrounded by the mouth-watering aroma of freshly barbecued meats cooked on a traditional Brazilian grill. Servers will carve a range of incredible meats directly at your table until you signal that you’ve had enough.
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4 Richmond St, Liverpool L1 3EE
What better way to sample a taste of the Mediterranean than with the incredible Olive Branch? This Liverpool city centre restaurant promises a little something for everyone, whether you’re a meat lover or a vegetarian. You can choose from a range of Mediterranean dishes, from an appetising mezze to traditional shawarma and mouthwatering grills. The menu has been carefully crafted by a renowned chef with experience from across the world.
olivebranchstreetfood.co.uk to see the exquisite menu and learn more about the restaurant.
Restaurants in Liverpool ONE
You should put the restaurants in Liverpool ONE on your list of places to visit in Liverpool. Liverpool One is the UK’s largest open-air shopping centre and the tenth-largest one overall. You’ll find dining and drinking options for all tastes and styles there. Liverpool One hosts more than 50 restaurants, bars and food kiosks, including:
The American fast-food restaurant, specialising in burgers, sits right in front of Chavasse Park, a scenic open space loved by Liverpudlian of all ages. Menu items include hamburgers served with Kraft American cheese or applewood-smoked bacon, kosher-style hot dogs, as well as grilled cheese, BLT and vegetable sandwiches.
Right next to Five Guys, you’ll find Pizza Express, which specialises primarily in handmade pizza in the traditional Italian style. It’s a great way to re-energise after a shopping spree and have some fun with friends or family.
Fancy a quick break for a coffee and a snack? Starbucks is the place to be. The branch at Paradise Street has an outdoor seating area perfect for sunny and warm days. In addition, there is a store beneath the Sugar House Steps, just a short walk from Liverpool’s waterfront.
Liverpool is a cosmopolitan city, and the restaurants at Liverpool One honour this identity by offering the finest international cuisine. One of its many restaurants is Las Iguanas, serving fresh and tasty Latin American food and cocktails. Some classic Brazilian drinks are available, such as cachaça and caipirinha.
Smoke and Dough
Do you know those days when you could eat the entire menu in a restaurant at Liverpool One? At Smoke and Dough, you can! The restaurant offers a fixed BBQ menu for a fixed price. And the coolest part is that you can eat as much as you want! Veggie options are also available.
On your next social visit, don’t forget to try out some of these great Liverpool restaurants!
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