Best Restaurants in Liverpool

With a proud history, a diverse populace and a reputation as one of the UK's cultural hubs, it was always a given that this city would hold some of the UK's finest eateries. Bringing flavours and palatable experiences from all over the world to the seaside streets of Merseyside, our army of chefs aren't afraid to push boundaries and try new things. Family dinners? Meals with friends? Cosy dates? Here's our list of the best restaurants in Liverpool.

Last updated on 22nd November 2021

Rosa's Thai Cafe Liverpool

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Bringing some delicious Thai cuisine to the Albert Dock, Rosa's Thai Cafe has finally made the move to the northwest. Fronting delicious curries, steaming soups and all manner of delicious eats, it's an ideal spot for chowing down from lunch through dinner.


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Among the best restaurants in Liverpool, Koukash is a suave hotel spot in the heart of the city. Whether you're carving into one of their exquisite roast dinners, slicing through their catch of the day or warming yourself with one of their spiced soups, you won't be disappointed by this Sir Thomas Street spot.

Among the best restaurants in Liverpool, Madre has made an impact on the city's dining scene with its take on Mexican street food. Tuck into tacos, queso fundido and Highland steak and chips - all great when washed down with one of their signature margaritas.

An excellent Japanese restaurant in Liverpool, you'll find Etsu sitting pretty on The Strand. The eatery fronts spacious dining areas, both indoors and on their alfresco terrace, while the menu promises fresh sushi and umami-rich noodles.

A two Michelin star restaurant near Liverpool, Moor Hall is well worth the train ride out to Aughton. Sat among pretty parklands, this impressive restaurant is known for crafting innovative British dishes inspired by the surrounding countryside.

Head over to Hanover Street where this charming Liverpool restaurant is whipping up some of the finest Spanish eats in the city. Offering traditional and contemporary takes on tapas, you'll find everything from classic croquetas and tortillas to grilled leek crostini with taramasalata and brown butter.