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Best For Lunch In Liverpool
When that midday hunger pang hits? Kitchens around the city kick into gear, ready and waiting with all kinds of light bites, hearty bowls and delicious mouthfuls to fill you up. Whether you're looking to trade in lacklustre sandwiches for something a little different during the working week or you're after a stylish restaurant for a Saturday feast, check out our pick of the best places for lunch in Liverpool and get some inspiration.
Browns Brasserie & Bar is adding some sophistication to your midday meal. Head over to the chic restaurant where you'll discover some of the most gourmet lunch deals in Liverpool city centre, with two courses for just £11.95 or three for £15.95.
It may be known for its late-night antics, but Revolucion de Cuba is also bringing the goods during the day. Head to Albert Dock where the themed bar and restaurant is whipping up tapas feasting menus alongside two-course meals that, with a drink, cost under £10.
La Parrilla are adding some spice to your lunch breaks - literally. Specialising in fast food that packs a punch, the Mexican cantina is your go-to for tacos, fajitas, wings and loaded nachos. Plus, it also has regular daytime offers available.
One of the best places for lunch in Liverpool - if you like tacos, tequila and fun decor that is - Madre is jazzing up your work breaks. Grab a few Baja fish, grilled halloumi and beef brisket-loaded mouthfuls and soak in the sunshine vibes at this taqueria.
Embrace the bizarre at Crazy Pedro's, a quirky pizzeria on Parr Street. Grab a couple of slices or opt for the full affair and tuck into doughy bites topped with shredded duck and plum sauce, fried chicken and bacon or wild mushrooms, garlic ricotta and truffle oil.
Classy small plates, gourmet sandwiches and sleek decor make The Refinery a popular choice on our list of Liverpool restaurants for lunch. From soups and brunch plates to burgers and seasonal offerings, the kitchen's got something for all.
Where to have lunch in Liverpool? You could do a lot worse than this charming Bold Street kitchen and cocktail den. Whether you fancy a knockout sandwich - we're talking marinated chicken and harissa yogurt flatbread - or some Middle Eastern small plates, Maray has got just the thing.
Perfect for when you want a big bowl of gooey chippy goodness, Caribou Poutine are dishing up the Canadian classic on Slater Street. Tuck into a box of hand-cut fries and cheese curds, laden with pulled pork, sirloin steak, sour cream and chives or guacamole and jalapenos.
Swap that supermarket meal deal for something a little more exciting with a midday trip to Tiger Rock Hawker. Inspired by Southeast Asian cuisine, the kitchen will have you chomping on steamed dumplings, Singaporean curries, Malaysian bowls and more.