Situated right in the heart of Liverpool on Hatton Garden, close to Moorfields station, Barley and Beans is no ordinary coffee shop, serving up gourmet cuisine, speciality coffee and cocktails. Somewhere between a restaurant, a hip bar and a cafe, Barley and Beans is a hotspot for the city’s foodies and coffee lovers alike. Whether it is for breakfast, dinner, drinks or simply coffee, you’re bound to find what you’re looking for over at this trendy central Liverpool establishment.
Breakfast is an all day affair over at Barley and Beans on central Liverpool’s Hatton Garden, and on the menu you’ll find gourmet takes on the global favourites. Feast on The Master Full English (two poached eggs, pork & herb sausages, grilled tomato, two rashers of maple-cured streaky bacon, baked beans, hash browns, black pudding and toast), some French toast or stacks of American-style pancakes topped with sweet-cured bacon and maple syrup.
At lunch or dinnertime you could share some small plates like garlic and rosemary camembert, crispy tempura prawns, bubble and squeak cake or some black pudding Scotch eggs, or indulge in one of the loaded sandwiches that come served alongside a cup of homemade soup. Caffeine addicts can get their fix on Barley and Beans’ own coffee blend, whether it a dose of espresso or a soothing latte, but if it is something more alcoholic that you are in need of, why not knock back a cocktail or two? Located in central Liverpool within easy reach of Moorfields, this cafe draws in quite the crowd, so book ahead to grab a seat!
Everything was perfect. Crowd starts pouring in after 10am so it did be beneficial to book in advance. Love their concept of having a Rubik cube one each table for the guest to solve whilst waiting to be served :)
Amazing food and great service! My favourite place for breakfast!!
Quiet when we arrived for breakfast at 10am in a Sunday. Service incredibly fast, plates are huge so definitely worth it. Staff very friendly. My only concern was they gave us a shot glass with peanut m&ms in but didn’t specifically say they were peanut.