Hello, liverpool

Named European Capital of Culture in 2008, Liverpool has something exciting to offer to anyone: from a passion for football and music (it holds a Guinness World Record as the World Capital of Pop) to stunning architecture and important maritime heritage. What's more, the people of Liverpool feel a burning love for their city, and they'll be excited to share it with you.


Restaurants to visit

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The London Carriage Works

A great addition to the restaurant scene in Liverpool and owned by a local chef. Carriage Works provides you with the city’s best dining experience, classic cuisine with a creative twist to a very high standard. It is necessary to book in advance.

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Sapporo Teppanyaki

Sapporo Teppanyaki Restaurant Sushi & Noodle Bar is one of Liverpool’s best destinations for Japanese food. The preparation of food is very entertaining, as expert chefs flaunt their outstanding skills and creative flair to ensure that every meal is a unique, theatrical performance.

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PANAM Restaurant & Bar

Enjoy an à la carte menu on a mezzanine with private seating overlooking live entertainment on Friday and Saturday nights. It is the perfect location for a lovely night out.

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Shiraz Palace

Shiraz is a Middle Eastern restaurant that serves breakfast, brunch and dinner in big portions. If your hotel does not to serve breakfast, this is a great option - you will stay full well over lunch time.

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Spire gives you a culinary experience in British and European food. Its vibe combines a laidback, relaxed atmosphere with a classy à la carte menu.

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Brasco Lounge

Brasco Lounge is located just opposite Museum of Liverpool just by the Alberts Docks. This cute place seats 80 people in a cool atmosphere and serves a great selection of tapas. It is perfect if you just want something to nibble on or a proper meal alike.

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