Nothing goes together better than a gourmet burger and some craft beer, and over at Liverpool’s Hop and Horn you can indulge in both. This stylish burger joint serves up classic comfort food and hand-pulled cask ales in a casual setting, and with opening hours seven days a week, it’s a favourite of many Formby locals. Book a table at this Chapel Street bar and restaurant in advance to score one of the best seats!
Excellent service, very friendly. Great food. Would book again in the future. Very clean and tidy and could see the kitchen were the food was being cooked
Made to feel uncomfortable after we ordered our meal , We ordered off the special advertised outside, 20 mins later the waiter arrived and said this offer was not on today (being Saturday). However we drew his attention to the board where it quite clearly said the offer was between 6-8pm EVERY DAY. The staff then appeared to be having some sort of argument on the subject. The Manager never came over to speak to us (being a party of 7) we were made to feel that we were asking for something that we shouldnt have. At this point we were about to walk out , but the food started arriving so stayed. A real shame , because the food was actually very good. With service like this from the manager cant say I would recommend it !
The food was OK but in my view overpriced. The staff were pleasant and attentive. We were seated in the window tables but the atmosphere there was a bit sterile. Inside the place was too noisy
As lovers of both burgers and beer, Hop and Horn’s owners decided to create a place where people can go to enjoy both, much to to the delight of the population of Formby who flock to its location on Chapel Lane to tuck into their gourmet offerings and sink a few craft beers. At Liverpool’s Hop and Horn you’ll find a long list of burgers as well as some other classic comfort food on the menu. We recommend the Blag Mac, which is a lot like the burger that you might find over at that other place but way better, with two hamburger patties topped with cheese, lettuce, pickle, caramelized onion and Hop and Horn’s own burger sauce in a triple decker bun Another tasty option is the Drunken Punk, a five-ounce burger with beer-braised brisket, onions, fried duck egg and beer cheese. Vegetarians won’t be missing out on the action either, with delicious options like the crispy halloumi burger on offer.
Whether you’re pining for a pilsner or in need of an IPA, Hop and Horn’s selection will impress any craft beer enthusiast, with over thirty available by the bottle as well as an array of hand-pulled cask ales. If you fancy a pint but it’s a bit too early to pass off as socially acceptable, try some of Hop and Horn’s special hop-blended coffee instead. What better way to start your day than with a rich roast infused with Brambley Cross hops? Tucked away in Formby, this is one of Liverpool’s hidden gems – book a table and find out why for yourself!