Fine Dining In Liverpool
|| If your ideal night
out involves a bit of star spotting while enjoying fine
food and delicious wine, then you’re in luck because
Liverpool has a stream of restaurants that could be right
up your street.
For a truly luxurious time with great cuisine and wonderful
views head for the docks where you’ll find some
extremely popular restaurants.
The Blue Bar and Grill [map],
with its ‘lite-bite’ menu downstairs and a
la carte selection upstairs, is a good place to try, particularly
if you like dining with celebrities, as it is a favourite
among footballers and local actors.
A two minute walk away you’ll find Est Est Est
which is another fine eatery with a good choice of pizzas,
pasta and gourmet-style meals. It has an extensive bar
area with seating outside overlooking Albert Dock and
a separate restaurant area. But be warned it does get
very busy at weekends so be prepared to wait for a table.
Heading back into the city centre there are plenty more
top-class restaurants to choose from including the ever-popular 60 Hope Street [map].
Decorated in funky vibrant colours this sophisticated
dining experience offers a wide-ranging gourmet menu,
along with lighter bar meals, coffee, wine and cocktails.
For Italian-inspired top-class nosh pay a visit to Filini [map] on the ground floor of the Radisson SAS Hotel, which offers
delights such as carpaccio of beef with basil ice cream
and Italian salamis with pickled mushrooms and rocket.
The Pacific Bar and Grill [map] on Temple Street is also worth a look, what with its
cosy seating areas, low lighting and candlelight, it's
great for both celebrations or meals-for-two.
Along with a huge cocktail menu and light meals, there
is a restaurant downstairs serving a range of contemporary
Asian food, which makes this place very popular indeed.
Situated near St Luke’s church in the heart of Liverpool
is Bijou [map],
a highly cosmopolitan and intimate restaurant offering
excellent cuisine in a relaxed atmosphere. Diners can
choose from a la carte menu, which has popular British
cuisine with international influences. There is also a
good selection of wines and champagne available.
If you’re just looking for a light meal but in a
funky and dynamic surroundings, then try Modo and Roccomodo
[map] in the city centre. With its plush sofas, cool wall murals,
great selection of cocktails and small restaurant area,
this place has become a huge hit with football stars and
For those who fancy eating in style in suburban Liverpool
then get along to Jalons [map] on Smithdown Road near the Penny Lane district. Along
with a diverse and delicious menu this restaurant and
bar also offers live entertainment from pianists and a
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