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65 Restaurants in Liverpool Street, London

Liverpool Street Restaurants: Hustle and Bustle

The Liverpool Street area consists of the Liverpool Street Railway Station and its surrounding neighbourhood. The third busiest station in London and one of the busiest in the whole UK, the area is always packed with people. Historically significant, the station was the end destination for the Kindertransport, a rescue service that saved thousands of Jewish children from the Nazi regime just before World War II. The neighbourhood is a mix of old and new, with magnificent Victorian buildings contrasting against stark modern architecture. Liverpool street restaurants are great in number and range from super affordable to very expensive. Unlike some of the more pricey parts of London, the Liverpool Street area is a great destination for a casual lunch or dinner with family and friends.

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The English Restaurant

Liverpool Street
European££££
5.2/655
The English Restaurant

Gaucho - Broadgate

Liverpool Street
Argentinian££££
5.8/65
Gaucho - Broadgate

Balls Brothers Gow's

Liverpool Street
British££££
5.3/63
Balls Brothers Gow's
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Grapeshots

Liverpool Street
British££££
5.2/65
Grapeshots

Davy's Salt Point Bar

Liverpool Street
Bar££££
4.6/67
Davy's Salt Point Bar

Dilchad

Liverpool Street
Indian££££
4.6/65
Dilchad

Babble City

Liverpool Street
Bar££££
1.5/62
Babble City

Tank & Paddle - Bishopsgate

Liverpool Street
Pizzeria££££
Tank & Paddle - Bishopsgate

Balls Brothers Bury Court

Liverpool Street
British££££
Balls Brothers Bury Court

Boisdale of Bishopsgate

Liverpool Street
International££££
Boisdale of Bishopsgate

La Tagliata

Liverpool Street
Italian££££
4.8/615
La Tagliata

Marco Pierre White Steak & Alehouse

Liverpool Street
Steakhouse££££
6.0/61
Marco Pierre White Steak & Alehouse

Eastway at Andaz

Liverpool Street
International££££
5.0/65
Eastway at Andaz

Dil Chad Restaurant

Liverpool Street
Indian££££
5.0/61
Dil Chad Restaurant

1901 at Andaz

Liverpool Street
International££££
1901 at Andaz

Lena

Liverpool Street
Italian££££
Lena

108 Preem

Liverpool Street
Arabic££££
108 Preem

Caffè Nero

Liverpool Street
Café
Caffè Nero

Itsu

Liverpool Street
Japanese
Itsu

Corney & Barrow (Exchange Square)

Liverpool Street
European
Corney & Barrow (Exchange Square)
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    Restaurants in Liverpool Street: The Curry Mile

    Perhaps one of the most exciting parts of London, Brick Lane is home to much of London’s Bangladeshi community and a huge number of tasty curry houses and south Asian eateries. Make sure you BYOB (bring your own beer), because most of these eateries do not serve alcohol. Many restaurants partake in touting, meaning employees stand outside and try and convince bystanders to enter their establishment, luring them with promises of free drinks and discounted specials. Don’t let this alarm you, however, just take it in as part of the experience. In addition to having excellent food, this street is home to a thriving nightlife full of clubs, cocktail bars and trendy pubs. These Liverpool street restaurants are some of the best in London, and definitely worth a visit for both locals and first-time visitors.
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    Restaurants in Liverpool Street: Fashionable Eats

    Looking for a new party dress or perhaps an updated wardrobe? Then get ready for some haggling at Petticoat Lane Market. Held every weekday on Wentworth Street and with an even bigger selection on Middlesex Street on Sundays, this market offers everything from shoes to leatherwear and funky hats. There are a plethora of Liverpool Street restaurants nearby, serving up tasty meals for fatigued shoppers. Not far from the station is a road known for its nightlife, Old Street. Packed full of people in the evening and night-time hours, this party area has some of the best restaurants in the Liverpool street region. Ranging from Bavarian beer houses serving traditional (southern) German specialties and British home cooking to fast food and Turkish kebab houses, party goers can easily fill up before a night of hard partying.
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    Where to Eat in Liverpool Street: Use Quandoo!

    Whether or not you are a picky eater, there exists a Liverpool Street restaurant that is right for you. Using Quandoo’s online search platform, you can easily locate the nicest eateries, choosing between casual, high-end, or in between. Choose great gastropubs near Old Street Book and Petticoat Lane Market, or enjoy South Asian specialties along London’s Curry Mile. Browse based on price, location, cuisine, and other specifications, then book your table seamlessly online. Got kids? Quandoo lets you easily locate restaurants that have special kids’ menus. Every time you book a table online, you’ll earn loyalty points that you can save up towards a voucher for use in the best places to eat in Liverpool Street! Don’t hesitate to sign up today, many eateries near Liverpool Street require reservations!