The best ones in Liverpool:

Neighbourhood Liverpool

Resturant has received numerous awards, including Liverpool’s Favorite Restaurant at the Liverpool Food and Drink Awards. The location of the Fonseca Hotel in the diverse Stanley Street area attracts an eclectic people who are attracted by a chic and cozy atmosphere. Chef Mark Paley loves adventure and prepares dishes such as pork head rolled up with salsa verde. The Fonseca menu changes regularly, although you can expect things like rabbit cutlets and chorizo ​​in tomato-almond sauce with saffron rice.

The London Carriage Works

The award-winning London Carriage Works restaurant is located in the chic Hope Street boutique hotel. It serves modern international cuisine, curated by Director, Chef and Local Cuisine Champion Paul Askew, who is also Chairman of the Liverpool Restaurant Association. Local food lover Askew clearly prefers fresh, seasonal produce from the Northwest region. Local suppliers include growers from Wirral, Claremont Farm, known for its asparagus, and Ward’s Fish, a family-owned fish business that has been in business since 1927.

Marco Pierre White Steakhouse

Celebrity chef and restaurateur Marco Pierre White, the first British chef to be awarded three Michelin stars, has opened a Liverpool branch of his popular steakhouse bar and grill following the success of his London restaurants. Located in the gorgeous Indigo Boutique Hotel, this steakhouse offers a lively and warm atmosphere in a bright, airy and modern environment with bright yellow walls and furnishings. Visitors can choose from a simple baked camembert and crunchy bread or crunchy fried squid followed by a meat lover’s dream of a 16-ounce t-bone steak or a steak and ale with mint garden peas.


Lunya is a delightful delicatessen, restaurant and bar located in the heart of Liverpool ONE – the city’s stylish open-air retail and entertainment complex. Set within a beautifully renovated 18th century warehouse, Lunya is the UK’s biggest Spanish deli. It serves Catalan cuisine using the very best of authentic Spanish ingredients and local produce to create food that pays homage to traditional dishes, yet incorporates modern twists. The menu is full of paellas, sharing platters and tasty tapas dishes such as chorizo and fennel seed sautéed in white wine. The award-winning Lunya has been the recipient of accolades including Good Food Guide recommendations.