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5 Liverpool restaurants to head to this week

8 months ago

Need inspiration on where to eat out this weekend? Here’s a handful of Liverpool restaurants that always deliver something a little bit special. Some are old favourites, some are new arrivals. All won over the food critics at Liverpool Confidential when they visited (there’s links to their reviews on each listing).

Go check them out and see if you agree with their scores.

  • A tableful of dishes at Belzan in Liverpool
    Mossley Hill


    Restaurant - European

    Following punchy reviews in the local and national press, it has been hard to secure a table at Liverpool’s Belzan.

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  • Halloumi fries at Hafla Hafla, a restaurant on Lark Lane in Liverpool.
    Lark Lane

    Hafla Hafla

    Restaurant - Middle Eastern

    Pop-up turned permanent Hafla Hafla brings Middle-Eastern inspired kebabs and small plates to the trendy bohemian drag of Lark Lane. 

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  • Tapas at Lunya, a Catalan restaurant and deli in Liverpool.
    Liverpool City Centre



    World-class Catalan deli and restaurant Lunya is a wonderful place to hang out, with tapas and full-bodied meals on offer. Just don’t expect predictable options in a venue known for signature dishes like Catalan Scouse (morcilla and chorizo stew), or croquetas with oxtail and horseradish mousse.

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  • A dish from the festive menu at Nord in Liverpool
    Liverpool City Centre


    Restaurant - Modern British

    Nord is a real asset to Liverpool’s dining scene. Housed in a bit of an unlovely 1960s office block – the former HQ of Littlewoods – the building has had some serious TLC. Now the subtle décor has shades of Mad Men rather than The Fall And Rise of Reginald Perrin with pendant lights, earthy tones and a statement orange bar.

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  • Coconut, passion fruit & banana from Restaurant 8 in Liverpool
    Book Now Cavern Quarter

    Restaurant 8

    Restaurant - Modern British

    Chef and co-owner Andrew Sheridan (who you might recognise from Great British Menu) has uprooted Restaurant 8 from Birmingham and returned to the city of his birth. It’s a tough blow for the Brummies; the restaurant had built up a mighty reputation in the city, being awarded three AA Rosettes. But it’s excellent news for Liverpool.

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