The best places to eat in Liverpool

Granted – no trip to Liverpool would be complete without trying a delicious bowl of Scouse (a hearty meat and vegetable stew), but we wholeheartedly recommend that you don’t stop there. As the home of award-winning breakfasts, quirky afternoon teas and sky-high restaurants, there’s so many culinary delights to explore. But with so much to choose from, we’ve made things easy for you by rounding up the best places to eat in Liverpool. Prepare to feel hungry…

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    Eat amongst the clouds at Panoramic 34

    As one of the highest restaurants in the UK, having a meal at Panoramic 34 when in Liverpool is a definite must-do! As well as incredible food, you’ll get a stunning 360 degree view of Merseyside too, and for that alone, it’s worth the trip to the 34th floor. Trust us.

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    Get your chops around the best chips in Liverpool

    A trip to Liverpool doesn’t have to be all fine dining and extravagant meals out. If you’re looking for some ‘proper nosh’ at a budget friendly price, get yourself over to the Lobster Pot. Renowned for being home to the best fish and chips in the city, every local will tell you it’s the place to go for your favourite potato product. In fact, it’s so popular that the Lobster Pot has expanded to several locations around Liverpool, because if you’re going to do something wrong, you may as well do it right!

     

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    Try a different kind of Afternoon Tea at the Baltic Social

    Forget cucumber sandwiches and pots of Earl Grey – in Liverpool, the Baltic Social does Afternoon Tea very differently! With carousels of mini burgers, hotdogs and BLTs as well all the IPA you can stomach, the Baltic Social is definitely one of the best places to eat in Liverpool, especially if you like to do things that are a little against the grain.

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    Munch on some traditional Scouse at Maggie May’s

    Now, as we already mentioned, no trip to Liverpool would be complete without tucking into a big bowl of Scouse, and of course we wouldn’t want you to try anything but the best. That’s why we suggest you get yourself down to Maggie May’s. A family run business situated right in the heart of Liverpool’s lively Bold Street, Maggie May’s Scouse is famous across the entire city and something you really shouldn’t miss out on.

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    Guzzle down the finest ales at Ship & Mitre

    After trying out all the delicious food and sightseeing until your legs are sore, you’ll deserve a break, and it just so happens that we know the perfect place. As the home to the biggest and best selection of speciality ales and continental beers in all of Merseyside, the Ship & Mitre is the ideal place to catch a breather (and sip on a pint or three).

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    Set yourself up for the day with breakfast at the Tavern Co.

    Whether you’ve had one too many pints at the Ship & Mitre the night before (see, we told you those ales were good) or you want to set yourself up right before an entire day of sightseeing and gallery hopping, popping to the Tavern Co is always a good idea. Having won best breakfast in the UK for two years in a row, if one thing’s for sure, it’s that you’re guaranteed to enjoy a cracking full English and at least 20 likes on Instagram too.

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    Experience real Indian food at Mowgli

    Another Bold Street gem is Indian restaurant Mowgli. Bringing a real sense of how Indians eat at home into the everyday lives of Liverpudlians, Mowgli was created in order to prove that Indian food can be light, healthy and able to cater to all kinds of food preferences (vegan, vegetarian, gluten free, etc.). Passionate about food and its Indian authenticity, each chef is hand-trained by Mowgli’s owner, Nisha to ensure every dish is made exactly the way it would be traditionally done back in India, while the prices are all pretty good too!

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    Devour your fair share of falafel at Maray

    With its broad range of Middle Eastern inspired dishes, Maray is perfect for anyone who loves to share plates, socialise and sip on some of the nicest cocktails we have ever tasted. Of course, falafel is a firm favourite amongst anyone who visits the restaurant, and after giving it a try, we can see why.

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