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Restaurants in City Centre

 Liverpool as an international gastronomic destination. Liverpool has been on the map for as long as most people could remember, and is known worldwide as a maritime, musical, architectural, artistic and football epicentre. However, in 2004, UNESCO granted this historic port city World Heritage Site status, making Liverpool one of the top cultural destinations in the United Kingdom. As a result, the restaurant scene has really taken off, and specifically, the city centre restaurants in Liverpool have really been making a name for themselves. No matter where you wander in the Liverpool city centre, restaurants offering unique, creative and exotic fare are at your fingertips, with everything from High Street favourites to classic modern British gastropubs and fine foods from all corners of the globe. And why not begin your culinary awakening in a Liverpool city centre restaurant, by choosing a spot with Quandoo?

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Côte Liverpool

Côte Liverpool

City Centre
French££££
5.4/6646
Côte Liverpool
Pen Factory

Pen Factory

City Centre
European££££
5.3/6219
Pen Factory
Jam Restaurant

Jam Restaurant

City Centre
Gourmet££££
5.4/6231
Jam Restaurant
Ma Boyle's

Ma Boyle's

City Centre
European££££
4.8/6166
Ma Boyle's
Copacabana

Copacabana

City Centre
Latin American££££
5.1/6181
Copacabana
The Bastion Bar & Restaurant

The Bastion Bar & Restaurant

City Centre
European££££
5.3/6152
The Bastion Bar & Restaurant
Carpathia

Carpathia

City Centre
European££££
4.7/6112
Carpathia
Sultan's Palace

Sultan's Palace

City Centre
Indian££££
5.4/659
Sultan's Palace
Dough Bar

Dough Bar

City Centre
Italian££££
4.8/641
Dough Bar
Ma Egerton's Stage Door

Ma Egerton's Stage Door

City Centre
European££££
5.4/650
Ma Egerton's Stage Door
Barley and Beans

Barley and Beans

City Centre
Gourmet££££
5.0/643
Barley and Beans
McCooley's - (Mathew Street)

McCooley's - (Mathew Street)

City Centre
International££££
5.5/620
McCooley's - (Mathew Street)
CAU - Liverpool

CAU - Liverpool

City Centre
Argentinian££££
4.9/624
CAU - Liverpool

HUS Liverpool

City Centre
European££££
4.9/624
HUS Liverpool
Shiraz BBQ Restaurant

Shiraz BBQ Restaurant

City Centre
Turkish££££
5.7/614
Shiraz BBQ Restaurant
Aleyna

Aleyna

City Centre
Turkish££££
5.8/68
Aleyna
Manhattan Bar & Grill

Manhattan Bar & Grill

City Centre
American££££
5.8/68
Manhattan Bar & Grill
Holdi - Rainford

Holdi - Rainford

City Centre
Indian££££
5.5/611
Holdi - Rainford
The Old Bank

The Old Bank

City Centre
European££££
5.2/65
The Old Bank
Shooters Sports Bar - Liverpool

Shooters Sports Bar - Liverpool

City Centre
Bar££££
3.5/62
Shooters Sports Bar - Liverpool
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    Specialities you’ll find in Liverpool’s city centre restaurants

    While it’s true you can find literally any cuisine your heart desires at the many outstanding restaurants in Liverpool’s city centre, there are some classic Liverpudlian specialties that we highly recommend you sample when visiting one of the many exceptional restaurants dotted in Liverpool’s city centre. Of course, indulging in Liverpool’s trademark, scouse, a meat and vegetable stew usually made with beef or lamb, should be high on the agenda. Other dishes to sample include, potted shrimps, also a traditional delight involving small prawns which have been clarified in flavoured butter with usually nutmeg or cayenne pepper and served in a small jar, or the fruit cake, wet nelly often served with lemon custard using an array of leftovers and bread. And all this, along with countless other tasty morsels are best washed down with some Liverpool-made gin, available throughout restaurants in the city centre of Liverpool.
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    Local produce is high on the agenda in Liverpool city centre restaurants

    With the worldwide trend for eating ethically and locally going from strength to strength, Liverpool restaurants in the city centre are leading the way in sourcing their produce and ingredients from local suppliers throughout Merseyside and wider Liverpool area. For example, you’ll find that Wirral and Formby asparagus, Southport shrimps and Knowsley lamb taking centre stage at many of the Liverpool restaurants in the city centre. And food is not the only locally sourced element at Liverpool city centre restaurants, with Liverpool-brewed beer and gin being widely consumed in bars and restaurants, as well as in kitchens, with Liverpool city centre restaurant chefs using these locally made products to enhance their dishes, adding that bit of creative and artistic flair. And locals are just loving it!
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    The best spots for dining in Liverpool

    Within the last decade, Liverpool restaurants in the city centre have undergone a restaurant boom of sorts. No longer just the district to venture into when you have errands to run, for work or for business, and now the heart of Liverpool is a gastronomic destination in itself. Take for example, Castle Street, formerly known as the area for banking and business, this street has now become a vibrant and bustling food quarter with sensational Liverpool city centre restaurants finding their homes in this exciting area. Not far from the heart, Ropewalks, the docklands, Chinatown and of course, the Cavern quarter are also where you’ll find spectacular dining spots.
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    Can’t decide?

    If you still need a little helping hand finding the perfect spot to indulge in a delicious meal or tipple, Quandoo has got you covered with restaurants in Liverpool’s city centre. Just scroll through our great list of restaurants and bars and in a few seconds you can book yourself into one of the top dining destinations in the city. Filter by price, location and cuisine preference and you’re away. Get ready to enjoy all this historic city has to offer, all with Quandoo!