East Z East Penny Lane, situated on Church Road in Wavertree, is the place to go when you feel like authentic Indian food in a delightful environment. Offering up a huge selection of delicious dishes, a fully licensed bar complete with cocktail list and some of the best service in all of Liverpool, means you’ve got every reason to love East Z East Penny Lane. No matter if you’re veggie, gluten-free, vegan or just on a bit of a health kick, the extensive menu will have dishes that will suit you down to the ground. Just reserve your table in advance to avoid disappointment.
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Lovely family meal on Saturday evening. Good food and great service.
Staff are lovely and the food was so fresh and delicious x
We’ve got a very big space in our heart for East Z East Penny Lane because this Liverpool Indian restaurant is truly a cut above the rest. Perched right on Church Road in Wavertree, East Z East Penny Lane is perfect for a big dinner out with friends, colleagues, family or that special someone. What’s not to love about an Indian restaurant that provides an extensive drinks list complete with mocktails and cocktails? Like, seriously. What’s more, the generous portions and inexpensive prices at East Z East Penny Lane will have you returning to this Wavertree gem time and time again.
You’ll need a solid few minutes to work your way through all the options on the menu at this Liverpool eatery. No matter if you’re the person who always orders the same dish or if you’re adventurous and feel like trying something new, the menu will provide ample opportunity for both possibilities. The shining star of East Z East Penny Lane’s menu has to be the traditional Punjabi desi dishes – the lamb sookha bhuna cooked off the bone is a particular delight. While the saffron biryani with king prawns prepared with basmati rice, onion, garlic, cardamom, cinnamon and with a slice of boiled egg, served with curry sauce and Punjabi raita will make you very happy indeed. So, when are you gonna book that table?