The Merchant of Bishopsgate Chic Liverpool Street Kitchen and Bar
Lower Concourse Liverpool Street Station, London, EC2M 7PY
Happily Affordable ££
Type of Venue

What they say:

The Merchant of Bishopsgate is a brand new bar opening in Liverpool Street station. This new London bar promises to bring a fresh approach to drinks in the City of London. A brand new bar, serving customers great food and great wines within a great location. The Merchant of Bishopsgate brings a unique and fresh identity to Liverpool Street Station, offering something completely unexpected and excitingly different to that of other outlets typically found at stations around the UK. 


The Merchant of Bishopsgate serves wonderful cask Ale and delicious local food including grazing plates, the mini Merchant burger, tasty scotch eggs and Stick Chicken Wings all priced around £4 each, as well as their signature dishes including Traditional Fish and Chip Shop Chips and Sea Bass with mango Salsa. Ale sampler €˜flights€™ offer added choice, with one third of a pint glass allowing customers to sample and experiment with something new. The introduction of Enomatic wine machines also follow this theme, as it allows customers the freedom to either help themselves, or ask the dedicated wine staff to help them choose something new. Beer lovers can work their way through a great selction of craft beers including locally brewed Meantime Pale Ale, Sharps Doom Bar as well as your regular European lagers. 

What we say:

We are always excited to see new bars coming to London and The Merchant of Bishopsgate in Liverpool Street should continue the new wave of modern bars coming to the City, serving fresh and innovative food with delicious wines and craft beers from around the world. We are pleased to see them backing one of our favourite London beers, Meantime Pale Ale, and the grazing plates are a great way of social styled eating very much taking inspiration from tapas cuisine and are perfect for a quick bite to eat before continuing on your journey and catching a train onwards.