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By Neharika Padala | November 25 2014
For shoppers, The Exchange at Hilton Liverpool beside Liverpool ONE offers sumptuous Mediterranean cuisine, ensuring its cooked with fresh, local ingredients.
In the business district, relax and unwind at Panoramic 34. Located on the thirty-fourth Floor of the West Tower, this restaurant offers all-encompassing scenic views of Liverpool. With the changing time, tides and seasons, Panoramic 34 ensures that you will never experience the same scenery twice.
With so many to choose from, we have created this definitive guide to narrow down the best restaurants in Liverpool, ensuring you experience the finest culinary fare from this varied and thriving restaurant scene.
This award-winning restaurant acquired its name when external renovation works revealed the original company name within the stonework.
Staff take pride in serving modern international dishes complemented by the use of local, fresh and seasonal produce.
The restaurant is connected to Hope Street Hotel and is open seven days a week, catering for varied events from wedding suppers to meetings. Run by Head Chef Paul Askew, The London Carriage Hotel is dedicated to sourcing the very best ingredients available, including vegetables from Claremont Farm on the Wirral and sea bass caught from Liverpool Bay.
Panoramic 34 is set 300 feet above sea level, making this restaurant truly unique. Located on the thirty-fourth floor of the West Tower, Panoramic 34 boasts all-encompassing scenic views of Liverpool.
Guests are welcomed into a luxurious-yet-understated dining area, with cool tones and crisp white linen. Panoramic 34 also boasts a well-stocked bar – the perfect place to unwind or peruse the extensive wine list.
Favorites include seared west coast scallops and a selection of hearty steak options.
Located within Hard Days Night Hotel – the only Beatles-inspired hotel in the world – this Grade II listed building dating back to 1884 is steeped in history. The restaurant itself is named after pop artist Sir Peter Blake who created the iconic artwork for the Sgt. Pepper album cover. Blakes boasts wall-to-wall original Beatles artwork and is open to residents and non-residents alike.
Owned by Marc Wilkinson, Fraiche uses modern cooking techniques to create light, contemporary French cuisine. Based in Oxton, this restaurant was recently named number one in the UK by The Sunday Times.
The successful eatery only serves about10 diners per evening and books up months in advance. It is also the only restaurant in Merseyside to win a Michelin star.
Its contemporary interior offers an elegant setting for lunch or dinner.
The restaurant offers seating for 100 guests, ensuring private parties and celebrations can be well catered for. As well as this, there is a separate private dining room located on the first floor, an ideal area for business breakfasts, celebrations, working lunches or special occasions, which can seat up to 45 guests.
Only serving meals made from the freshest in-season ingredients, 60 Hope Street aims to source from local suppliers whenever possible, ensuring an exciting and ever-changing menu.Based within the Creative Quarter of Liverpool, the location acts as a suitably picturesque backdrop to this fine restaurant.
As the first British chef to be awarded three Michelin stars and the youngest chef in the world to receive them, Marco Pierre White is a name synonymous with quality and a great dining experience.
The stunning new interior creates an intimate atmosphere, allowing you to relax and unwind – be it over a cocktail or one of Marco’s signature dishes. The menu offers a wide range of traditional steaks with the superior quality that you would expect from this internationally acclaimed chef.
Housed in the modern Hilton Liverpool Hotel, The Exchange offers sumptuous Mediterranean cuisine. They also produce fresh, innovative interpretations of local favorites, ensuring they are cooked with quality homegrown ingredients.
The classic, minimalist décor featuring taupe, pink and chocolate shades creates a contemporary and stylish feel. Conveniently located beside Liverpool ONE, a huge open-air shopping and leisure district in the heart of the city, The Exchange at Hilton Liverpool is the perfect place to unwind after a long day of shopping.
The beautifully styled room features oak paneled walls and chandeliers which hang from the embossed leather ceiling, creating an elaborate look perfect for any special occasion.
Chefs at The Lawns have experience at some of the most exclusive venues in the country and take pride in bringing this experience to Thornton Hall, creating a selection of fantastic menus suited to all occasions. In addition to offering private dining and afternoon tea, Thornton Hall can also cater for up to 500 guests for larger events.