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GO Restaurants In Liverpool

Restaurants in Liverpool Whether you’re looking for a restaurant where you can enjoy a no expenses spared meal, a funky sandwich bar to grab a light lunch or want something a little different, Liverpool has got it all.

If you’re dining on a budget then why not try one of the city’s ‘all you can eat’ Chinese buffets. There's one at May Sum [map], which serves a choice over 40 dishes every day of the week.

For well-priced home-cooked food The Brook Café [map] on School Lane is a good place to go and it is open all day well into the evening.

Shoppers or sightseers wanting to rest their aching feet should take a trip to one of the many sandwich bars dotted around the city centre, including Starbucks [map].

O’Brien’s Irish Sandwich Bar
is also a firm lunch favourite, as it offers a good selection of hearty sandwiches. This sandwich bar also provides a welcome hangover cure in the form of its breakfast menu, as does Café Tabac [map], although it offers a continental breakfast choice.

And if you’re looking for a classic American meal in the heart of Liverpool city centre then head along to Eddie Rocket’s City Diner [map]– a 1950s American rock ‘n’ roll diner complete with red leather sofas, black and white flooring and a menu that features huge burgers, fudge brownies, and milkshake.

To give your taste buds a new experience, why not try one of many restaurants offering a different flavoured menu. Situated on Lark Lane the Greek restaurant Akis Taverna [map] gives the feeling of a Mediterranean summer all year round, with its wonderful choice authentic cuisine.

Liverpool is also home to the popular Fung Lok [map] Vietnamese restaurant, which serves adventurous Far Eastern food.

Liverpool boasts one of the oldest Chinatowns in Europe, which has built up a huge array of Chinese and Thai restaurants around the Berry Street area [map]. It’s definitely worth a visit for a taste of the Orient!
You'll find there is also a huge array of takeaways here, such as the Orchid Spring [map], which offers Thai cuisine.

For those of you looking to splash the cash over dinner then consider booking a table as Filini [map], which is situated on the ground floor of the Radisson SAS Hotel on Old Hall Street . This top-class trendy eatery offers Italian-inspired cuisine in stylish surroundings.

So whatever your taste in food, there is bound to be a restaurant to suit you in Liverpool.

And if you want to comment on our choices or recommend somewhere, why not use our What You Recommend form to let us know.

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