Affordable Restaurants In Liverpool

Eating out in the city isn't all about fancy tapas, lobster plates and steak dinners. For every smart restaurant, this cultural hotspot has an equally delicious, but more wallet-friendly, option. With everything from fried chicken burgers to low-cost brunches, we've searched far and wide to bring you Liverpool's most affordable restaurants.

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Last updated on 19th December 2023

Wildwood Liverpool

Offering a range of deals, such as a two-course lunchtime set menu for a wallet-friendly £11.95, Wildwood is a low-cost haunt worth visiting. On top of that, there's also a crackin' 20% discount on delicious Italian eats for NHS staff, emergency workers and students.

Duke Street Market

From crispy oysters at Kelp to fried chicken sandwiches at Cahita, Duke Street Market is great for cheap eats in Liverpool city centre. Situated in the city centre, this venue also slings out affordable drinks, including blueberry margaritas for £8.50 and bottles of wine priced at around £20.

O'Neill's Liverpool

Who said you have to break the bank to have a tasty meal? Not O'Neill's Liverpool. This much-loved Hanover Street hub is offering a fabulous range of drinks deals, a budget-friendly bottomless brunch and a fantastic selection of burgers to curb those hunger cravings.

Hope & Anchor Liverpool

Only a hop, skip and a jump from the football stadium, The Hope & Anchor is one of the best cheap places to eat in Liverpool city centre. Along with wallet-friendly pints and the classics dishes, it also has a crackin' bottomless brunch flaunting free-flowing cocktails, all for £25.

Crazy Pedro's Liverpool

Cool doesn't quite cut it when talking about Crazy Pedro's. Spread across two floors, this joint is full of unique features, from band posters to neon signs. The menu is equally as quirky with toppings such as chicken 'n' waffles and slices only £3 each, making it one of the best affordable restaurants in Liverpool.


Channelling the spirit of Mexico, Madre is an Albert Dock bolthole that whacks out sharing dishes and mezcal concoctions. Small plates start from as little as £6, though when they taste this good, don't blame us if you wrack up more of a bill than you meant to.