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Liverpool’s Best Restaurants

Liverpool’s best restaurants

You think Liverpool's a legend in the music business? You should check out the city's restaurant scene. Liverpool is thriving with an eclectic mix of chicken joints, epic diners and inspired fusion eats for you to discover right here on Deliveroo.


You can't call yourself a chicken connoisseur unless you've had a bite of YardBird. Taking inspiration from the Deep South, the chefs at this hotspot have perfected crispy skin, slaw and chicken smothered in their Special Recipe gravy. For the full YardBird experience, get stuck in to the Biggie Smalls – succulent chicken covered in their signature gravy.


Bakchich made the leap from Liverpool Christmas markets to launching its own site in the city. Serving up fragrant Lebanese food with a French twist, Bakchich keeps Liverpool foodies coming back for juicy Chicken Shawarma, creamy Hommos and authentic mezze dishes that have been passed down through generations. This is proper sociable dining for when you and your mates just want to have a natter and graze at great food.

Death Row Diner

This Liverpool diner has taken a question that many a dinner party has probably pondered – "what would your death row dinner be?" –  and turned it into a restaurant concept that's a stroke of genius. What could be better for one final feast than Deep Fried Lasagne Bites, washed down with a Death Row Diner Hard Shake of Absolut Vanilla, cream soda and bubblegum ice cream? Proper comfort food.


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Pizza, pasta, beer. Now there's a trilogy that'll never disappoint. Crust may be a relative newbie to Liverpool's food scene, but it's nailed a tried and tested formula of a hot slice of pizza with an ice-cold craft beer. You'll find classic Italian flavours for pizza purists to creative combinations for mavericks who want to venture further afield. This is pizza that pushes the boundaries.

Vincent Kitchen

There's no gluten, wheat or dairy in Vincent Kitchen's delicious bowl food. This new kid on the block at Bold Street is all about keeping it light, fresh and full of flavour, so you get a bowlful of the good stuff that's easy to grab on those days when time's not on your side.

Yee Rah

Inspired by traditional Thai flavours, wok dishes from across Asia and the globe's best grills, Yee Rah doesn't just get one cuisine down to a tee, it's got a whole world of dishes to discover. Think an authentic Pad Thai, juicy burgers and tangy lemon tarts; this is your go-to when you just want a bit of everything.


What did we tell you; Liverpool is the place for chicken lovers, and Koop should definitely be next on your list of joints to explore. No matter how you take your chicken – whether that's fried, flame-grilled, butterflied or stacked in a big beasty burger – you won't be disappointed.

Lucha Libre

There's always time for tacos, especially when they're as tasty as Lucha Libre's. These bright and creative dishes put a contemporary twist on street eats inspired by Guadalajara, so you can expect fall-apart slow-cooked brisket, lightly fried baja and crispy chicken balanced with zingy salsas. You could get a platter to share, but good luck parting with just one of these tacos.

Moose Breakfast and Brunch

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It's a tall order for the faithful full English to stand up next to a classic American or Canadian breakfast. These mighty dishes have got your sweet and your savoury covered in one. And it's these immense breakfasts that have inspired Moose Breakfast and Brunch to create comforting dishes like the Double Dutch – a fluffy pancake stack with smoked sausage, streaky bacon, two fried eggs, finished off with butter and glossy maple syrup. This will give your standard bacon sarnie a run for its money.    


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This Mediterranean inspired grill house isn't just one for meat lovers. Grilla plates up perfectly grilled veggie dishes that'll make even the most dedicated carnivore wish it was Meat Free Monday every day of the week. Just check out the char on that Halloumi Quinoa Salad!


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Miyagi saves the day when you just can't choose between dishes. This small plate specialist does pan-Asian to soothe the soul, with soft and sticky Pork Belly Bao Buns to luxurious Lobster and Crayfish Mini Brioche.  

For all the best eats in Liverpool, get exploring something new on Deliveroo.

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