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Cheap Restaurants

Tiger Rock
You can't go far wrong at this smart, friendly place between the shops and the business district serving a good selection of East Asian small plates at small prices, like rich Malaysian beef curry and scallops with asparagus.

Address: 26 North John Street | Telephone: 0151 236 7655 |

Down the Hatch
Veggie junk food in a smart subterranean space amid the happening Ropewalks area. Try cauliflower five ways: with chipotle and honey, buffalo style, with cheese sauce, with garlic butter, or beer battered.

Address: 62 Duke Street | Telephone: 0151 708 0860 |

Chop Chop
Office workers in the business district willingly eat into their precious lunch hour queuing round the corner to eat authentic, top value Korean food at a tiny, family-run takeaway.

Address: Unit 2 Britannia Building, 46 Fenwick Street, L2 7NA | Telephone: 0151 227 9999 |

The Good Catch
Golden-battered, grease-free and gleamingly fresh, the Good Catch's cod, hake, mackerel, home-made fish fingers and more are all from sustainable sources, best eaten piping hot and crunchy, straight from the fryer.

Address: St John's Shopping Centre, 125 St George's Way | Telephone: 0151 708 7130 |

Chamber 36
Named after the space where Shaolin monks achieve inner harmony, you may achieve some of your own overlooking the city's Chinese arch and grazing on dim sum. The vegetable tempura is light and authentic and the molten chocolate spring rolls are excellent.

Address: 45-49 Berry Street | Telephone: 0151 708 7658 |

If you've been visiting Britain's secret wartime HQ, it's only a hop and a skip to the cosy Scandi chic spot 'Hus', with sounds from Spotify and soothing small plates like lamb infused with cumin, cinnamon, oregano and honey.

Address: 12 Tithebarn Street | Telephone: 0151 958 1260 |

Mezzanine Cafe Bar
Enjoy some sustenance with lunch (soup, sandwiches, freshly-baked cakes and wi-fi) as you look out across Britain's biggest cathedral.

Address: Liverpool Cathedral, St James Mount, L1 7AZ | Telephone: 0151 709 6271 |

Valencian cuisine courtesy of a young Spanish football star's family, comes with a hospitable welcome and good tapas like salty, charry Padron peppers and sweet, melting long-cooked lamb. A 15-minute cab ride to Penny Lane.

Address: 3-5 Church Road L15 9EA | Telephone: 0151 733 8844 |

Bold Street Coffee
Lively, cosmopolitan, and effortlessly cool, BSC serves up single origin coffee, food from coconut porridge to super salads and great brownies, plus occasional gigs and exhibitions.

Address: 89 Bold Street | Telephone: 0151 707 0760 |

Affordable Restaurants

Petit Parle
Effortlessly combining rustic with city chic, this tiny, low lit and atmospheric new restaurant serves French small plates with an emphasis on seafood, like fabulous native oysters, fresh from the Menai Straits.

Address: 44 Fenwick Street | Telephone: 07393 552639 |

The Quarter
The cobblestones and handsome Georgian properties of Falkner Street make al fresco dining an attractive option at this charming, Italian influenced place with terrace heaters and blankets to warm you when the weather doesn't.

Address: 7 Falkner Street | Telephone: 0151 707 1965 |

Delifonseca Dockside
Venture a mile or two from the city centre for a menu created by chef Martin Cooper, who's a bit of a local food legend. Try rare breed ribeye steak and chips or warming, delicious vegetarian stews and see why.

Address: Brunswick Dock | Telephone: 0151 255 0808 |

East Avenue Bakehouse
True to its name, freshly baked bread is racked up in the window of EAB. Those who succumb to temptation are rewarded with a cosy room, a warm welcome and a good menu from breakfast to supper.  

Address: 112 Bold Street | Telephone: 0151 708 6219 |

One of the city's coolest eating out options, on the outskirts of town, features a dramatic pop-up restaurant, recently arrived from Margate, bringing with it challenging and inventive flavours like deep fried crab in curry sauce.

Address: Mann Street | Telephone: 07767074316 |

The Good Food Guide's best North West England restaurant is not complacent. A raft of new Catalan-inspired dishes include sumptuous sweet lamb, slow roasted and shredded, inside Hirata buns with mint, pomegranate and Piquillo pepper.  

Address: 18-20 College Lane, L1 3DS | Telephone: 0151 706 9770 |

Good Quality Restaurants

While ticking Penny Lane off the must-see Beatles shrines list, treat yourself at this well-established, much admired neighbourhood restaurant serving lovingly prepared European and regional dishes, 15 minutes by cab from town.

Address: 1 Church Road | Telephone: 0151 734 5040 |

Handy for sculptor Anthony Gormley's famous Iron Men, this superior suburban restaurant is more than the sum of its ingredients. Not cheap, not madly inventive, but with lighting as warm as the atmosphere; food (British) as well prepared as the servers.

Address: 95-97 Liverpool Rd | Telephone: 0151 924 0302 |

Chef proprietor Dave Roberts is a culinary legend in these parts and this intimate restaurant, in historic Woolton Village, is a showcase for classic French cooking skills accumulated in the kitchens of Paris.

Address: 59 Allerton Road, Woolton | Telephone: 0151 428 6966 |

Da Piero
Not for nothing has this charming, family-run restaurant earned a place in the Michelin Guide eight years running. Authentic, high quality Italian cuisine in an unassuming village, 20 minutes' drive from Liverpool. Booking essential.  

Address: 5-7 Mill Hill Road | Telephone: 0151 648 7373 |

Fine Dining Restaurants

Panoramic 34
Haute cuisine at high altitude is the aim of one of the UK's highest restaurants. Try lamb sweetbreads and Stornaway black pudding followed by John Dory and curried clams while taking in views across two countries.

Address: 34th Floor, West Tower, Brook Street | Telephone: 0151 236 5534 |

The Lawns
A classic country house dining room contrasts with modern, creative cooking. A £60 gourmet menu running to nearly a dozen courses includes a treacle and rye loaf for one with corn butter so good you could spoon it down and stunning roasted chocolate and prune dessert. A 35-minute drive from the centre of Liverpool.

Address: Thornton Hall Hotel Neston Road, Thornton Hough, Wirral, CH63 1JF | Telephone: 0151 336 3938 |

Panoramic 34
At a hundred metres above sea level, the changing time, tides and seasons means the view from Panoramic 34, across two countries, changes by the hour. Fine dining includes a £65 tasting menu and three-course lunch for £26.50.

Address: 34th Floor, West Tower, Brook Street | Telephone: 0151 236 5534 |

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