As a part of the new New Brighton – a veritable renaissance of cafes, bars, and restaurants – Blackberry Grove is in a privileged position when it comes to the transformation of the historic Wallasey resort, the kind of place that’s bound to attract a discerning (and hungry and thirsty) clientele from among those exploring the beautiful Wirral Peninsula. From breakfast through to sumptuous lunches and dinners, Blackberry Grove’s address of the corner of Grosvenor Road and Victoria Road (the old Peninsula Dining Rooms) is also a destination for local vegans, vegetarians, and gluten-free eaters, with a conscientious menu catering to all manner of dietary requirements. That said, the porter-braised chorizo, avocado,tomato, cress and Swiss cheese Blackberry Special burger is sure to be a hit with carnivores. Don’t forget, Blackberry Grove is a bar, too, with a fine selection of craft beers, wines and spirits. Book in for this (new) New Brighton Gem to beat the rush.
Great food, service a little slow considering the restaurant was quiet but friendly and purposeful. Some really great alternative items on the menu that should cater for all tastes.
Me and my son, who is veggie but considering becoming vegan, have been here twice now and it's been lovely both times. Loads of vegetarian and vegan options along with more traditional meat and fish options - we were spoilt for choice. The service is great and the staff and owners are very friendly. Will definitely visit again. :-)
Seated in rear part of restaurant. Extremely warm. Needs a fan fitting. Food very good and service matched it. Would definitely go again but insist on table near the Windows