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Liverpool is a great dining destination, and its reputation continues to go from strength to strength. The Indian restaurants of the city have long been a major string in the city’s bow, and in the hub of Hope Street Quarter, they have one of the best around in the form of Remora on South Hunter Street near John Moores University and the famous Georgian Quarter. Reserve for you and your party now to experience one of the best Indian restaurants in Liverpool city centre.
After spending a day researching places to eat in Liverpool prior to a concert. I picked Remora on grounds of reviews ,price and menu. The staff were fantastic and the food was unique and"home made" high quality. Will use if down from Glasgow again. Plus point is it's only a £4 taxi to the Echo Arena. Additional plus it's family owned and run with the owners on site.
Great curries, friendly staff in a family run business. Take your own drinks to save a bit of cash eating out as well. Highly recommend a visit here, they also do takeaway.
Fabulous food and staff, food was hot and delicious, excellent menu and you can take your own alcohol.. will be back very soon to try more dishes
The foodies of Liverpool are renowned for their love of curry, and with so many Indian restaurants in the city centre, the standard is exacting and the competition is fierce. Remora, on South Hunter Street on the fringes of the Georgian Quarter, nearHope Street, is among the finest in town, and their take on the cuisine unites all the traits of curry houses that we all know and love: a warm ambience, friendly staff a superb menu.
Remora is simple to find in the city centre: they’re on South Hunter Street in the Hope Street Quarter and close to the Georgian Quarter proper, behind the two Liverpool universities and between the two cathedrals. When you arrive, we suggest bringing your own alcohol – they’re BYO – and ordering up the usual selection of Indian starters: tandoori favourites are well represented here. The specials dominates the menu, and we can’t see further than it: go for the Remora Special Curry, the choice of the house, which includes chicken tikka, lamb tikka, meatballs and king prawns cooked up Bangladeshi-style.