You definitely want to leave any culinary duties at home when you schedule a weekend away. Staycations are a chance to appreciate a new area, which includes exploring (or, in some cases, overindulging) the local cuisines – and why not? Spend some time enjoying the vast choice of eateries and street cuisine while staying at our Serviced Apartments in Liverpool and taking in everything the city has to offer. Read below to discover Dream Apartment's guide to the Liverpool food scene.
1)The Art School Restaurant
The Art School Restaurant is located in what was formerly a Victorian-era "home for impoverished children." If you're here today, you're probably enjoying a cheeseboard rather than writing on a blackboard. The Art School Restaurant, located near the Liverpool Philharmonic and the Everyman Theatre, specialises in excellent, expertly prepared British cuisine.
2) Panoramic 34
If you want to impress a date, this should be your go-to. The only concern is that the sights are likely to distract you. The incredible position of Panoramic 34 on the 34th level of the West Tower is a great addition to its outstanding food. If you're brave enough, dine with a view at Liverpool's sky-high restaurant.
Röski is the place to go if you want to try the "next big thing" in the Liverpool cuisine scene. It is owned and run by Anton Piotrowski, a MasterChef: The Professionals champion and the cuisine features innovative uses of British products. Make sure to bring your camera, since everything is perfectly presented.
4) The London Carriage Works
When you ask locals what their favourite restaurant is, the London Carriage Works is a name that frequently comes up. Their cuisine is fine European dining done with simplicity and flair, focusing on ingredients from the North West. This popular Liverpool restaurant is perfect for a graduation dinner or afternoon tea.
Maray was founded by a group of friends who wanted to recreate the ambience of Paris's Marais in Liverpool. This stylish and cosy restaurant serves small meals influenced by Middle Eastern flavours and takes plant-based cuisine to a whole new level. Maray also serves a delectable range of meat and seafood meals.
6) The Italian Club
If you're looking for more than simply great pizza and pasta, but also a restaurant with personality and charm, head to The Italian Club. This much-loved Bold Street establishment feels modest and lived-in, with its high ceilings and walls decorated with vintage maps. It also serves some of the most incredible Italian cuisines in the region. This is one of the city's most welcoming restaurants, an authentic flavour of Italy.
At the Kasbah Café Bazaar, you can always expect a warm greeting. The staff treats you as if you were a visitor at their own family table in Morocco, and if that's how they dine, it's a family we want to be a part of. The cuisine is hearty and flavourful, and it will warm you up from the inside out.
Are you planning a weekend away in Liverpool? Book a stay online now in one of our serviced apartments located in the heart of the city centre and visit some of our restaurant recommendations!