Liverpool is a haven for foodies, and there are plenty of places to choose from, and whether your tastes trends towards Italian, Indian, Chinese or British, you’re going to be spoiled for choice. The Irish community in Liverpool is huge, but their cuisine isn’t exactly renowned – something that O’Connor’s at the Sefton Park Hotel is trying to change. Their menu is packed with dishes from Dublin, Belfast and beyond, and their bar – you’ll be surprised to hear – is as well-stocked as any in Ireland. Make sure you gather all your mates together before you go – the craic is multiplied the more folk you bring – and that book a table as well.
Friendly quick service. Food excellent with good sized portions. Small , quiet and nice atmosphere. good variety of meals on menu to suit everbody. Thank you
Great service, staff very friendly, food was really nice. Great location in setting park. Would recommend and will definitely visit again! ! ! ! !
From Lennon and McCartney to Rooney and Gerrard, the legacy of the centuries of migration from Ireland to Liverpool is pretty extensive. One thing the Irish are not exactly known for is their cooking – potatoes, bacon and cabbage can only take you so far – but at O’Connor’s in the Sefton Park Hotel in, you guessed it, Sefton Park are flying the flag for Irish cuisine in the south of Liverpool. Pay them a visit down on Aigburth Drive and see what the Emerald Isle has to offer to the dining table.
Their menu is filled with favourites from Ireland, so let us talk you through the options on offer. Starters include a hearty Irish soup or fish cakes with tartare sauce, and the mains are suitably Hibernian: steak and porter pie, with Guinness sauce, mash and mint peas, bangers and mash with colcannon plus an Irish lamb rump with glazed root vegetables. International favourites like burgers and grill specialities are there as well, so take a trip to Aigburth Drive in Sefton Park on the south side of Liverpool – take the train out to the south of the city – for a superb meal at O’Connor’s.