Offering up Morocco’s finest wares and serving up some of its best dishes, the family-run Arabesque Bazaar and Bistro on Lark Lane in Liverpool’s St Michaels offers locals an immersive glimpse into North African culture and cuisine. With ample outdoor seating and a gorgeous dining area connected right to the shop, the restaurant has become a popular spot for lunch and dinner five days a week, from Wednesday to Sunday.
Family-owned and -operated, Arabesque Bazaar and Bistro is a labour of love on Liverpool’s beloved Lark Lane. Owner Maureen Little found herself enamoured by the culture and lifestyle in Morocco, and with the bazaar, she hopes to share the country’s beautiful wares with the people of St Michaels. Offering an even better glimpse of Morocco is the cuisine at Arabesque’s bistro, where diners can experience some of the city’s most flavourful North African dishes in a stunning environment.
Arabesque Bazaar and Bistro in Liverpool’s St Michaels is a magnet for the city’s caffeine lovers, thanks to their very own blend of coffee and their selection of imported teas. On the menu, you can decide from an array of Light Bites like falafel, chicken, halloumi or smoked ham served either in a tortilla wrap or in a panini format. The bistro offers an array of Moroccan pancakes as well, including savoury options topped with halloumi, aubergine, feta, olives, chicken salsa or falafel. There are plenty of desserts available too, so check in often and see what’s on offer, Spaces are limited – reserve ahead!
This was our first visit and we were very impressed with the meals. For starters I got the dips and bread and for the main course the meatballs which were lovely. The waiter was very friendly and he was really helpful. We will be going back one day.
Delicious food, lovely atmosphere and excellent service. We couldn't have asked for more. We used the Groupon deal of 2 courses for 2 people at £18.95. Amazing value. We'll definitely be returning to this restaurant again. The reservation service was also easy and convenient.
We were really happy with our visit to arabesque. Food was lovely, generous portions, and lovely fresh bread with all our starters. Meatballs were great and the Morrocan style chicken and chips was lovely. We really enjoyed everything.