Where to eat in LiverpoolMonday 29 December 2014 by Leila Wright Liverpool hosts a wealth of restaurants from the style and elegance of Albert Dock to the diversity of Liverpool ONE and the cosy cafes of Bold Street.
Where to eat
Gusto is an upmarket Italian restaurant and bar that’s inspired by the elegant charm of an Italian ‘restorante’, serving a combination of classic and contemporary dishes including pizza, pasta, risotto, gnocchi and seafood. With an excellent cocktail bar and friendly staff, Gusto is really something special!
Bem Brasil is a vibrant and exciting ‘Churrascarias’ (Brazilian Steakhouse) that reflects the life and soul of Brazil through the flavoursome and colourful food, art, music, sport and most of all, the staff’s passion to bring their culture to this cosmic city. When you arrive, you pay a one-off price and you’re then welcome to enjoy as much of the succulent barbequed meats that are brought around to you!
Chaophraya is a restaurant that takes its name from the famous waterway in Thailand and is one of only five of its kind in the country. It provides exquisite, award-winning Thai cuisine in a sophisticated setting, where the furniture, lighting and staff all reflect true Thai culture.
Chaophraya's sister restaurant Yee Rah is located just opposite and is a slightly more informal dining experience with just as delicious food and passionate staff.
The Quarter is a beautiful rustic kitchen and deli located just off Hope Street that has built such a reputation for itself that it has extended its premises none other than three times in just two years. This café-style restaurant is renowned for its excellent rustic pizzas, homemade cakes, and now for its recent deli!
Bold Street Café might not seem the most inviting café from the outside but within this relaxed atmosphere you’ll discover a great tasting version of the famous 'Scouse' dish. It is a meat-based stew that derives from the sea ports of Scandinavia and Northern Europe (known as Labskaus), which then became popular with seafaring workers in Liverpool during the 18th century and has remained a nostalgic tradition.
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