What to eat in Liverpool

Claire Murray | Date posted - 06 Mar 2019
Figuring out what you want to eat in this age of choice can be pretty daunting. From pizza to burgers, to Canadian, to Asian fusion, sometimes you don’t even know what half the cuisines are! (Canadian is just poutine, right?) But don’t worry. We’re here. We’ve rounded up a list of what to eat in Liverpool depending on the meal. Never spend hours searching for lunch again!

Delifonseca Dockside

One of the stalwarts on the brunch scene, if you’re wondering what to eat in Liverpool, this place has got to be on your list for brunch! Breakfast is served from 8am on weekdays and 9.30 at weekends, meaning it’s perfect for popping in before a day of adventures. We recommend you head straight for their specialties menu and gete dug into the Inverawe kippers, delicious fish with free range eggs and  toast. Or try out some of their incredible brunch sandwich combinations. And don’t forget to kick start everything with a cup of their delicious coffee.

The Vincent Cocktail and Cafe Bar

Sometimes you just have no idea what you fancy for lunch, right? That’s why if you’re wondering what to eat in Liverpool, we recommend heading to The Vincent. This Liverpool classic has a varied menu that will keep everyone in your group happy. From freshly prepared sushi and sashimi, to braised pork belly, and a traditional fish and chips, whatever takes your fancy, you’re likely to find. They also do a great express lunch for just £8 if you’re keen to get in and out.

Afternoon tea


A Thai-themed afternoon tea you say? Sign us up! Not a cucumber sandwich in sight, instead feast on bao buns, spring rolls, and aromatic duck for something different. There are a few sister venues around  the UK to this Liverpool gem, and with the glamorous backdrop and delicious food, it’s not hard to see why! Make sure you wash all your food down with some of their great cocktails, perfect for adding to the Thai taste sensation.
Sunday roast

Ma Boyles

There’s plenty of places in Liverpool to get a Sunday roast but in our opinion, nowhere really beats Ma Boyles Alehouse. It’s a traditional pub situated on the waterfront, meaning it’s a great place to head after a lazy Sunday walk. Their roast is classic but very well done with the crispiest roasties and perfectly seasoned veggies. They even do a roast fondue, where you get a load of veggies and meat and a huge pot of hot gravy to dip it in. Yes!


Nothing really beats a heck of a lot of meat. (Unless you’re veggie obviously!) Which is why if you’re wondering what to eat in Liverpool at dinnertime, we strongly suggest Fazenda. This rodezio-style eatery allows you to flip a card green-red to signify if you want the staff to carry on bringing you food. There’s a huge selection of eats to choose from; cuts of chicken, beef, pork, and more, and a huge salad bar to top up. If there’s one thing certain though, you definitely won’t leave here hungry.

Crazy Pedros

Pizza. It’s a dinner time classic and it doesn’t get much more fantastic than Crazy Pedros. Living up to their name, this place is decorated in an outlandish way with some truly jaw-dropping options for topping your pizza. You’ve got to try  the Lucky Lucky Kat, a standard base topped with katsu curry sauce, panko breaded chicken, chillis, leeks, and cashews. Or go wild with Chippy Tea, quite literally a chippy tea of sausages, chips, and sauce on a pizza. Ridiculous. But in a good way.
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