About the restaurant
Grilla in Liverpool is the go-to bar and grillhouse restaurant if you’re looking for meat on the spit, focusing its pointy skewers on the Mediterranean for inspiration. Found along Hardman Street, at the foot of the Ropewalks and on the cusp of the Georgian Quarter, Grilla is a pared-back eatery that Liverpool’s meat lovers are destined to fall for. Just don’t fall on your own sword in the rush to get there. The menu at Grilla is packed with meaty goodness, with the mix Grilla for two topping the list and offering a variety of house specialities like lamb and pork and the exotic pork exohiko of pork loin stuffed with bacon, halloumi and green peppers. Shocking news is that vegetarians have a home here, with a range of meat-free Mediterranean dishes on offer, too. Stuffed mushrooms, grilled spicy feta, grilled balsamic and parmesan coated veggies leaven the animal proteins that otherwise dominate.
There is something very charming about a restaurant that will bring you a couple of large plates overflowing with delicious meat if you ask them too. It’s appealing in a medieval sort of way. Grilla on Hardman Street in Liverpool is this sort of place. Specialising in Mediterranean and Greek cuisines, it’s a meat lovers paradise. Highly regarded for its top quality food that is both seasoned and cooked to perfection, as well as its friendly and attentive service, it’s easy to see why it has become a local favourite. The Georgian Quarter certainly wouldn't be the same without it.
You can indulge in a whole host of dishes at Grilla Liverpool, from Greek gyros to a whole chicken or spit-roasted pork, before washing it all down with a few beers or cocktails. Whatever will make your heart the happiest, Grilla has you covered. Liverpudlians love it and so will you, so go on, indulge yourself, grab the gang and head down to Liverpool’s Georgian Quarter to see why people can’t get enough of Grilla. Just don’t forget to book first, as this popular spot fills up very quickly indeed.