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Liverpool’s Top 5 Restaurants

4 years ago

Here are the Top 5 restaurants in Liverpool, as voted for by our panel of Top 100 judges, taking into account our own review scores and other guidebook scores, plus any rosettes, stars, plates, forks and all that stuff…

  • Inside Fraiche, the tiny Michelin-starred restaurant in Oxton on The Wirral.
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    Fraiche

    Modern British

    Merseyside’s fine-dining star, the tiny Fraiche restaurant is home to an artist behind the pass. Having been rated as a ‘rising star’ by the Michelin guide in 2006 and 2007, the restaurant finally secured the real thing in 2009 and Francophile Marc Wilkinson has since upheld it with ease.

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  • A dish served at Roski restaurant in Liverpool from MasterChef winner Anton Piotrowski
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    Roski

    Modern British

    Roski is a wild child of a restaurant from MasterChef: The Professionals winner Anton Piotrowski.

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  • One of the dishes served at Wreckfish, a recommended restaurant in Liverpool city centre
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    Wreckfish

    Modern British

    Liverpool seems like an appropriate place for a restaurant funded by the people. Wreckfish was financed by 1,522 enthusiasts who raised the record-breaking £200,000 required, via a crowdfunding campaign from Elite Bistros’ Gary Usher. Accordingly, it has the feel of a place for the many, not the few.

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  • One of the dishes served at The Art School: a Confidential Guides recommended restaurant in Liverpool city centre
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    The Art School

    Modern British

    The Art School delivers upmarket, regionally-inspired cooking from local legend, Paul Askew. Opening in late 2014, this fancy contemporary British restaurant is a place for that special occasion.

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  • The sun shining on Maray restaurant on Bold Street, Liverpool city centre.
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    Maray Bold St

    European

    Serving irresistible Middle Eastern fusion small plates, Maray is a slow-burning smash hit. Inspired by (and named after) the Middle-Eastern flavours of Paris’ Marais district, it provides an informal, communal dining experience which revolves around excellent falafels, small plates, fine wines and cocktails.

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