The Seaforth restaurant sits in the grand central atrium of the Municipal Hotel on Dale Street. Once the headquarters for Liverpool City Council, the hotel itself is a slice of old world glamour, and Seaforth’s décor and menu of understated excellence plays its part in this.
Situated next to the opulent Palm Court Bar, the Seaforth restaurant is charmingly fitted out with marble floors, wicker-backed chairs and clean, attractive views of the open and visually stunning interior.
Its menu is brasserie style, with a focus on pride in our national dishes while incorporating exotic twists from global cuisines, befitting Liverpool’s sea-faring connection to the wider world.
While Seaforth naturally lends itself to dining when staying at the hotel, it more than stands-up as a destination for dinner, and with the possibility of pre-dinner cocktails in the bar, an evening spent here will be infused with all the visual glamour of the hotels of yesteryear.