10 of the best restaurants in Liverpool


If you are looking for somewhere special to eat that serves quality local produce in Liverpool, check out this guide to ten of the best restaurants in the city.

Panoramic 34

This is located on the 34th floor of the West Tower skyscraper. This restaurant offers guests contemporary European cuisine in beautiful surroundings. It has floor-to-ceiling windows and stunning 360° views over Liverpool’s skyline. The menu features; rabbit and black pudding with a potato, pan-fried halibut with curried cauliflower, raisin purée and buttered potato.

Alma De Cuba

Located in the beautifully converted former St Patrick’s Catholic Church, which was built in 1788, this is a vibrant, welcoming restaurant in the heart of Liverpool’s Ropewalks area. It serves a flavoursome menu that draws influences from both South American fare and Caribbean cuisine.


This is a delightful delicatessen, restaurant and bar located in the heart of Liverpool. It is the UK’s biggest Spanish deli. It serves Catalan cuisine using the very best of authentic Spanish spices.  The menu is full of paellas, sharing platters and tasty tapas dishes such as chorizo and fennel seed sautéed in white wine.

Marco Pierre White Steakhouse Liverpool

Celebrity chef and restaurateur Marco Pierre White, the first British chef to be awarded three Michelin stars, opened the Liverpool branch of his popular restaurant following the success of his London-based restaurants and is located within the splendid boutique Hotel Indigo.

Hopskotch Street Kitchen & Bar

This stylish restaurant situated within the trendy boutique hostel Hoax Liverpool. The bohemian and vibrantly decorated restaurant offers fare such as the New York hot dog topped with onions and mustard or the British classic fish and chips served with mushy peas and tartar sauce.

The London Carriage Works

Situated within the chic, boutique Hope Street Hotel, The London Carriage Works is an award-winning restaurant. It serves contemporary international cuisine, using fresh, seasonal produce form the North West region; local suppliers include Wirral-based producers Claremont Farm and Ward’s Fish.


This restaurant has established a reputation for its fine contemporary European cuisine and vibrant atmosphere. Located in the heart of the city’s historic Georgian – it features appetisers like oatmeal-crusted mackerel with celeriac and horseradish and mains including slow-braised venison with red wine, juniper and Dauphinoise potato gratin.

Hanover Street Social

A modern, stylish brassiere and bar situated on the ground floor of the Casartelli Building With award-winning cocktails, delicious contemporary British cuisine and a lively ambience, Hanover Street Social received a recommendation in the 2014 Michelin Guide.

Salt House Charcuteria & Tapas Bar

This is the sister restaurant of Hanover Street Social. It serves quality Spanish charcuterie and a classic tapas menu featuring dishes like Iberico ham croquettes, roasted hake fillet with serrano ham, fennel and a sherry jus.


This restaurant has won a host of awards including Liverpool’s Favourite Restaurant at the Liverpool Food and Drink Awards. Fonseca’s location in the diverse Stanley Street Quarter draws a large crowd attracted by its intimate ambience. The menu changes regularly – do try their rabbit and chorizo meatballs in a tomato and almond sauce with saffron rice.