A few highlights of Liverpool Restaurant Week

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This celebration for a week of great restaurant food in Liverpool has been devised by the Liverpool BID Company. We love to support the hospitality industry and we join in with some of our own favourites.

Feature by Jean Hill

Quite a few of the restaurants that His & Hers have visited feature in the special offers, available this week.

The talented chefs at Novotel Paddington Village are known for serving up classic dishes with a flourish. Throughout Liverpool Restaurant Week you can order a steak for just £25. Also, if you’re visiting the hotel between meals, you can order a hot drink and cake from their coffee shop for just £5. Having sampled a few of the highlights from the restaurant’s new menu, we’d highly recommend paying a visit to this stylish restaurant featuring excellent service from their friendly and efficient team. His & Hers is also keen to return to their coffee shop, which has become one of our favourite places to get our caffeine fix.

Lunya and Lunyalita have been our go to destinations for all the great tastes of classic tapas with a distinctive interpretation. Liu Shi specialises in Asian fusion and their dishes are a joy. Would totally recommend the vegetable spring rolls: simply the best, and the sea bass, flavoured with amongst other delicacies: ginger. Albert’s Schloss also features in the week’s special offers. It is such a fun place to visit with great food and swizzling cocktails.

The GPO Food Market in the Metquarter is a go to destination. There are one or two offers to pick up this week and you could go Greek. Whatever you choose, it will be entertaining. Especially if you go on to visit the Everyman Cinema afterwards.

We thought we would recount some of our stand-out experiences in fine dining in the last few months. These are not included in any special deals associated with Liverpool Restaurant Week, but are stand-out destinations.

The beautiful Tiffin Room has recently opened in Duke Street. It is Indian street food, yet that would not cover the entirety and the wealth of choice, including Tandoori specials. The flavours are subtle, great spices and wonderful sauces.  Our favourite dish was Gobi Manchurian: a cauliflower dish with a unique flavour and the wow factor.

The Watering Can would not be the quirky, unique place it is without the surrounding beauty of Greenbank Park. It looks like a state of the art conservatory/potting shed and it is a magical experience eating here. We have enjoyed fabulous Sunday roasts, but you will have to wait for the autumn to enjoy their return. The lunch menu includes crispy chicken, home made fish pie and rump steak with Snowdonia cheddar. The Watering Can flourishes amongst the flowers and foliage. An experience you should not miss.

Finally, Bacino at Flannels. This is a hidden gem, within the flag-ship Flannels store. It is great Italian food, beautifully crafted by a talented chef. You can sit and people watch and enjoy the best of food. Sounds like a plan to me.

Enjoy the best that Liverpool has to offer.








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