Make yourself at home at this casual bar and grill, which is open from early until late. Start your day here in Liverpool city centre with a cup of Starbucks® coffee, or join us in the evening for hearty pub fare including salads, burgers, and more.
Gaúchos pierced large pieces of meat and slowly grilled them over open flamed pits. At Fazenda, they want to keep this tradition alive. Gaúcho chefs roast succulent cuts of meat in the way it has been done for centuries, preserving the individual taste.
Located on Cook Street in Liverpool, Piccolino brings a true taste of Italy to the heart of the city. The restaurant offers a wonderful combination of both modern and classic Italian dishes prepared in an open kitchen in full view of diners.
Eclectic dishes, all of which are freshly prepared and made on the premises by the restaurant's chefs, range from Thai green curry to the more traditional salmon fishcakes, and fillet steak simply grilled, ensuring there is something to tempt everyone.
Authentic French restaurants are few and far between these days but Bistro Pierre delivers in true Gallic style. You'll find this vibrant eatery in the heart of Liverpool's Cavern Quarter near the world famous Matthew Street, in an old warehouse building.
Set inside the magnificent conversion of the former St. Peter's Catholic church, Alma de Cuba is an eclectic mix of Cuban, Hispanic and Latin American influences that are enhanced with Liverpool's great spirit.
The Jamie's Italian menu is driven by what you'd find ordinary people eating over in Italy. Rustic, simple dishes, the best ingredients we could find both locally and in Italy - and seasonal too - made with care but delivered without lots of fuss.