After work drinks? Weekend brunch? An all-out Mediterranean feast? Café Luca is a charming restaurant near Liverpool Street that does it all. We'd recommend getting your dessert with a Ferrero Rocher hazelnut negroni on the side too, swoon.
Best Restaurants Near Liverpool Street
Deciding where to eat needn't be a hassle, because the last thing you want to do after a long day at the office or with friends is to spend hours traipsing around on the hunt. From Indian to Italian cuisine, cosy restaurants to modern fine dining, we have chosen the best places to eat around Liverpool Street.
Fresh and fairytale like, The Drift is one of the most unique restaurants in Liverpool Street. Floral and botanical with a dash of the fairytale, not only do guests enjoy the well thought out interiors, there's brunch, booming dinner bites and cocktails aplenty at this charming dinner retreat.
Head to the stunning Lady Abercorn's Pub and Kitchen for cosy after-work drinks or date night. Try out their popular spicy pork and chorizo sausage rolls with cream cheese or opt for a traditional fish and chips with their delightful drinks menu.
A mere hop, skip and jump from the Liverpool Street Action, The Allegory is an all-day eatery and bar primed for tasty breakfasts, lunches and dinners. They also front a bustling list of bespoke cocktails to choose from.
Find a discreet door just off Bishopsgate and you'll find a carnivore's paradise. London Steakhouse Co. houses a whole range of British dishes, with steak cuts from Royal warrant holder Aubrey Allen, and a fantastic range of cocktails from their stylish bar.
The Folly is a floral haven for drinking and dining in the Liverpool Street area. Head here to kick back with a few drinks after work or delve into their menu of classic British plates, with a wide drink selection to explore and an alfresco terrace area that's perfect for the warmer months.
Mint Leaf Lounge and Restaurant brings in the crowd with traditional dishes and cocktails. A must-for any date night in Central London, head on down for some of the best curries in the City alongside pieces of cocktail art.
Not only is this Spitalfields favourite bringing you chilled out interiors and friendly service, but you can also expect a tasty menu of classic bistro dishes and the drinks to match. Located a short stroll from Liverpool Street station, this is a top choice for dining out in the City.
Head to this cool and quirky bar and restaurant which offers all-day brunching, pancakes and tasty cocktails for you to enjoy seven days a week. To keep things interesting, this haven for all-day breakfasts also houses its very own secret bar behind a Smeg fridge.
Core restaurant boasts original character with its basement bar and dining area, which are social hubs for after work drinks or dinner. Enjoy their menu of classic pub style dishes including burgers, sandwiches, fish and chips or sausage and mash.
Devonshire Terrace pays serious attention to its modern European menu and quality drinks selection. Enjoy their wine list, which has become a signature part of their offering, alongside a relaxed atmosphere, excellent service and a chic décor.
Owned by celebrity chef Richard Corrigan, Daffodil Mulligan brings opulence to Irish cuisine. Offering a wide array of seafood and sharing plates, this restaurant near Liverpool Street is great for everything from a quick lunch to an intimate dinner for two.
Found in one of the most bustling areas of the city is a small, quaint restaurant called Rosa's Thai Café. The venue boasts a bold red colour scheme and modern interiors, while their food is all about exotic Thai curries and spices and Asian inspired cocktails.
Looking to cater for a load of meat-lovers? Well temper is here and ready with fresh cuts and a critically-acclaimed chef at the helm. Throw in one of the world's biggest restaurant fire-pits, dedicated butcher and luxurious surroundings, and you're all set.
With freshly brewed beer and British-sourced plates on the menu, Broadleaf near Liverpool Street is offering a sociable and fun restaurant. Join them for sports games, shuffle board and an easy menu of classics against a backdrop of contemporary decor.
Balls Brothers Austin Friars is a relaxed spot with industrial fittings and a stunning open plan kitchen. Head here for a lunch meeting or to dine with friends after work, the venue also offers a wide array of cocktails and superb wines.
Located just a stone's throw from Liverpool Street Station you'll find Crispin, a cool restaurant housed inside an asymmetric pavilion. The intimate space welcomes a regularly-rotating roster of guest chefs who produce weekly menus around local and seasonal ingredients.
Located just minutes away from Liverpool Street Station, Eastway Brasserie is a sleek New York-style restaurant. Popular with young professionals and visitors to the city, this place offers everything from boozy brunches to brasserie dinners.
If you're looking for a quirky place to eat near Liverpool Street, look no further than Sagardi, the Curtain Road restaurant that serves a selection of Basque cuisine. Feast on authentic flavours whilst quaffing Mediterranean wines at this swish spot.
Quite literally translating as the Arabic word for treasure, Kenza is a luxuriant restaurant of Middle Eastern excess. In the hustle and bustle of Liverpool Street, steal some refuge in this exotic and lush lounge of Lebanese cuisines, belly dancers Moroccan aesthetics.
When it comes to finding a restaurant near Liverpool Street, Honest Burgers delivers time and time again. Famed for their moreish burgers and rosemary chips, this place packs a punch with its excellent cocktails and craft beers, making it a real winner time and time again.
The epitome of sophisticated dining in Liverpool Street, The Botanist offers out slap up dishes in a truly dashing restaurant environment. Tuck into European and British cuisine, dabble in copper furnishings, unique cocktails and glittery dining booths.