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Located in the bohemian heart of Ropewalks lies The Chancery, a stylish yet casual fine food bistro complete with artisan delicatessen and wine shop. Inspired by a bar of similar design in New York, co-owner Gary decided Liverpool was long overdue for a place like The Chancery. This innovative space works as a restaurant, bar and deli and serves up delicious local produce in true British and European style that can and should be enjoyed with a glass of organic wine or perhaps sneaky cocktail. Situated on Paradise Street only a minute away from Liverpool One and John Lewis, The Chancery is a space to relax and enjoy high quality food in a stylish environment. Just be sure to book in advance.
Convenient place to eat after work in L1 and good selection of food and drink with good service.
Quite hit and miss; some poor dishes along with some unusual and out-of-place elements, also some great cooking on display with simpler dishes. Possibly would benefit from a bit more though given to the menu and different approach to some of the cooking on the dishes. Service was great though.
Good service but very mediocre food. A shame, as someone's obviously spent a lot of time and money on renovating the building and the surroundings are lovely. Food definitely lets it down.
Liverpool is no stranger to innovation and new ideas and in fact is on the map for being the place for it, which is why Ropewalks space The Chancery is such a success. Restaurant, bar and delicatessen, this Paradise Street hotspot sources local and organic produce to create delicious British and European dishes matched with fabulous wines from regional winemakers all through Europe, giving Liverpool locals a casual eatery with fine dining flair.
Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, The Chancery menu is inspired yet simple and has an array of options to suit everyone from avid meat lovers to the strictest of vegans and vegetarians. In the evening, begin with the traditional Liverpudlian dish, peawak consisting of red lentil broth, vegetables and ham hock served with warm crusty bread, followed by the scouse slow-cooked ormskirk beef with vegetables in a rich broth, which will leave you feeling all kinds of satisfied. Pair this with a delicious organic wine and you’re laughing. Located in the heart of Ropewalks, The Chancery is adding something special to the Liverpool foodie scene and is definitely worth checking out. Reserve your spot at this British and European favourite today.