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Bold moves are being made down the Ropewalks’ Bold Street in the field of chicken thanks to the efforts of Chez Le Coq. This coop is dedicated to the art of rotisserie chicken, French-style with an American twist. Only free-range, locally-sourced chicken makes it to table here, and this commitment to quality ensures that Chez Le Coq rules the roost among Liverpool’s city centre restaurants. That said, while the pecking order at Chez Le Coq clearly favours our friend the hen, there’s also a great range of burgers, wraps and salads to keep you clucking.
Lovely food. Lovely place. The staff were helpful and friendly we were waiting only a few extra minutes but we got complimentary sides for the wait.
Bold Street is the buzzing hub of Liverpool’s Ropewalks, with plenty of shopping and restaurant options. Chez Le Coq’s international outlook and simple, rustic French-American offering makes it a highlight in the neighbourhood when you need to fuel up or recharge for a day of browsing the shops, and there’s no better way to begin than with Chez Le Coq’s most pared-back items, a quarter, half or whole chicken fresh from the charcoal rotisserie kept plain and simple, with lemon and herbs, medium or spicy hot.
That’s only scratching the surface of what’s on offer at Chez Le Coq. The team in the kitchen down Bold Street also do a mean line in nibbles, salad bowls, specialty baguettes, burgers, and wraps. Our picks are the vegetarian kale and quinoa salad, the southwest chicken sandwich with avocado, jalapenos and Emmental cheese, and the powerhouse chicken New Yorker burger. This Liverpool Ropewalks restaurant is busiest at lunchtime, when specials knock prices even further down, and on Sunday when they whip out their Sunday Spit Roast menu: chicken, sirloin beef or lamb cooked on the charcoal rotisserie and served with roast potatoes, veggies, Yorkshire pud and jus. Definitely best to book at these beak, um, peak times.