Friday, June 14, 2024

Top 10 must try Restaurants in Liverpool

Here is a list of our TOP 10 must try Restaurants in Liverpool. Ranging from fine dining to home cooked Italian classics a fine selection of choices for everyone.

10- Rudy’s Pizza Napoletana – Castle Street

Authentic Neapolitan Pizza it’s all about the pizza. Just like in Naples, Rudy’s dough is made on site every day, takes 24 hours to double ferment and just 60 seconds to cook. It is soft, light and floppy… so fold for strength or tuck in with a knife and fork. Enjoy.

9-Queens Win Bar and Bistro

Queens a bistro and wine bar in Liverpool, hidden but within view just off Castle St, in the quiet majesty of Queen Ave, offering simple, seasonal produce which is carefully prepared and cooked by a team of talented chefs, alongside a broad and ever evolving wine list – all with a minimum of fuss.

8-Fazenda Rodizio Bar and Grill

Home of the Authentic Gaúcho Experience. Set in the beautiful surroundings of Exchange Flags in the heart of the Business District, Fazenda Liverpool exudes elegance in a setting steeped in history and culture. Step into the eye-catching bar to enjoy one of the many carefully curated cocktails or immerse yourself in the temperature-controlled wine cellar, where one can choose from our hand-picked selection of premium wines.

Bringing you the exquisite flavours and culinary traditions of our South American roots.
Indulge in continuous table-side service of the finest grilled meats, using your double-sided card to control the flow at your own pace. The green side signals our passadores
(meat chefs) to bring out skewers of freshly prepared meats one by one, while the red side
indicates a resting point. Meat is usually served medium-rare to medium, though they
are happy to serve all our cuts to your preferred taste.

A sumptuous selection of Argentinian and Brazilian hot side dishes is served directly at
your table upon request to complement your meats, while a brand-new Market Table
boasts an array of charcuterie and continental cheeses, seafood, fresh salads and vegetables to be enjoyed throughout your Fazenda experience


Bacaro is a small plate Italian restaurant situated on Castle Street in the vibrant business district of Liverpool,a real Liverpool success story.

It opened its first venture Salt House Tapas in July 2010, which specialises in Spanish small plates. Following its success, the team launched Hanover Street Social in August 2011, which was designed with a more modern brasserie style menu. In 2014, they opened Bacaro producing Venetian small plates and most recently opened Bouchon, a classic French Bistro on the corner of Castle Street serving modern French dishes.

Their restaurants are the idea of a small group of local restaurant professionals, that believe passionately that the food they serve and the way they serve it should leave each and every guest with a reason to return.

They have some ‘new’ ideas when it comes to hospitality, they think it’s an art and when done well it rewards both server and guest equally. Going the ‘extra mile’, being both creative and eager to please their guests should be their default position, not reserved for when they are on thier game.

6-The London Carriage Works

The London Carriage Works serves modern British dishes, complemented by the use of local, fresh and seasonal produce. 

Since opening in 2003 TLCW quickly established itself as one of Liverpool’s leading restaurants, enjoying rave reviews and critical acclaim. It has 2 AA Rosettes and holds an AA Notable Wine award with extensive wine list.

The building, built in the 1860s, was once the warehouse of a coach and carriage builders. It was built in the architectural fashion of the day – the elegant facade of a Venetian palazzo. During renovation the original name – The London Carriage Works – was discovered carved in the stone lintel above the front door and kept out of respect for the building’s history.

The TLCW bar is a convivial space to kick back and catch up. From Monday to Saturday, 5pm to midnight (10pm on Sunday) a full range of dishes -including plates to share and you must the drink’s menu!

5-Casa Italia

The Casa Italia Pizzeria and Pastificcio is one of Liverpool’s longest-established eateries and has been serving the people of Liverpool for over 40 years.

A popular, authentic Italian restaurant with a great atmosphere be it day or night. Known for their fresh ingredients, generous portions and the best value Italian wine, low prices make it affordable for everyone. 

a bustling eatery with traditional Italian interior, we seat 120 downstairs, and the upstairs is available for booking parties and functions for up to 60 people. All food is prepared on the premises daily from the pizza dough right down to the home-made tiramisu. 

Over the past three decades the likes of Paul McCartney, Liam Gallagher, Kylie Minogue and Robbie Williams have all graced their tables. Popular both day and night it is open right through from noon until 10pm. Situated right in the heart of the city centre opposite the famous Eleanor Rigby statue.


Lunya is Liverpool’s multi-award winning deli, restaurant and bar. Lunya Liverpool is a Catalan deli, bar and restaurant in the fabulous Liverpool One, in a beautiful, fully accessible, ground floor site on the corner of Hanover Street and College Lane – delivering the best of Catalan and Spanish food across the UK and beyond.

Lunya have won numerous awards including the Good Food Guide’s Northwest Restaurant of the Year for 2015 & 2016. Where it all started, Lunya Liverpool is a labour of love for owners, Peter & Elaine Kinsella.  Come and have a drink in their beautiful bar surrounded by hanging hams and Catalan artwork.

3-Mowgli Street Food


Mowgli is all about how Indians eat at home and on their streets. She was born to feed the raw need Indians have for tiffins full of fresh bright intense flavour. Mowgli is not about the intimate, hushed dining experience. It is about the smash and grab zing of healthy, light, virtuosic herbs and spices.

The simple dishes of a Mowgli menu are a million miles away from the curry stereotype.

These dishes convey the truth that real Indian food is extremely healthy, often vegan and always packed with fresh flavour.

2-Lu Ban Restaurant

Lu Ban cuisine is inspired by the Chinese region of Tianjin. In China, the name Lu Ban is associated with invention and creativity and dates back to 504-444 BC when Lu Ban, revered as a Chinese deity, was a master of craft, invention and innovation.

Lu Ban has stunning restaurant menus offer a range of small and large plates, and set menus to enjoy a wide selection of flavours. A premium wine, beer and cocktail list is available to complement your dishes. You can expect dedicated service from our team for the perfect Lu Ban experience.

1-Panoramic 34

Set 300 feet above sea level on the 34th floor of the West Tower, Panoramic 34 is one of the UK’s highest restaurants. This celebrated fine dining restaurant is encapsulated by ceiling to floor windows offering breathtaking 360° views of the iconic river, city and region beyond.

In contrast the dining area is luxurious yet understated, a master class in contemporary comfort. The cool tones, crisp white linen, considered accessories and lighting expertly showcase the spectacular views and incredible dishes created by their team of chefs.

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