Monday, 16 January 2017

Where to eat out in Liverpool ONE

I love Liverpool I used to live there with my ex many moons ago.  I still remember what a great city it was with lots to do, plenty of shops, leisure facilities and restaurants.  I even watched a couple of football matches in my time!

But since I left Liverpool has been re-developed, even transformed!  I missed Liverpool ONE completely; I left in 2005 after living there for four years.  Sadly it was finished in May 2008 otherwise I think it would have been my go to eating out and shopping destination.  That was the same year Liverpool was crowned the European Capital of Culture so it was definitely an incredible year for the city.

I haven’t been back as much as I would have liked (having babies and responsibilities curbed my travelling feet slightly!) but I did squeeze in a couple nights visit for a hen weekend in 2015.  It was lovely to see how fantastic Liverpool ONE looked.  Plus there is nothing quite like breakfast in the sunshine to clear hangovers!

#breakfast in the #sunshine x

A photo posted by Karen (@missingsleep) on


I was very impressed with the variety of restaurants in Liverpool ONE when we went out for dinner on our first night.  It was also a lovely walk back to our hotel too, with fountains and big staircases to walk down.  It was a popular spot and was bustling that evening and the following day when it was shopping not shots we were after.

These are restaurants I would personally recommend just because I love them so much already!

Wagamama

Food is freshly prepared in an open style kitchen, its fun having a go with chopsticks the food is delicious and the whole atmosphere at Wagamama is inviting.


Bills

I have been to the one in Birmingham and it has the most divine cocktails and they made a mean Caesar salad.  The interior was very comfortable too, we felt relaxed and content.


T.G.I Friday’s

Another regular haunt of ours is T.G.I Friday’s, we always find customer service to be very attentive – they have made a fuss over eldest at his birthday!  Food is usually quite prompt to arrive and portions are a decent size.  The kids menu went down a treat, youngest enjoyed his chocolate brownie.


What are your experiences of dining out in Liverpool ONE?

No comments:

Post a Comment