It’s always good when a restaurant shakes you out of your complacency, and genuinely surprises you. It’s worth all the flaccid pizzas and food service ready meals. Take Il Forno. It was always an unwritten fact that there were two types of Italian restaurant – the cheap and cheerful, and the overdressed and disappointing. As [...]
Can 60 Hope Street keep its standards up, well into its second decade. We went to find out…
For every action, we like to give an equal and opposite reaction. Yesterday’s Thornton Hall-related story is, thankfully, behind us. Today, Sid Miller celebrate’s the hotel’s inventive and exciting restaurant. Well worth the tunnel fare.
Antonio Carluccio is the latest celeb chef to try his hand with an Italian eatery in Liverpool. Here are our first impressions
It’s revamped and reopened. But is the Mal’s new look restaurant a revelation? We went to find out…
For a dinnertime feed Jigsaw ticks all the boxes – even though its slightly po-faced atmosphere seems a little at odds with its name.
What does an exiled foodie miss about Liverpool? Why its dead restaurants of course. Vindaloo Queen gives us five lamented Liverpool fooderies.
Warm, friendly, relaxing – and offering authentic and tasty food, The Italian Club is a key part of revitalised top of Bold Street.
We took a trip down Woolton way to sample a neighbourhood bistro making all the right noises, but is Caveau a cave of forgotten dreams?
A cosy bistro on Lark Lane should be a no-brainer. But can Bistro Noir’s food live up to the promising ambiance?
Struggling to find a good curry in Liverpool? We investigate whether Eastzeast – the latest Indian on the block – is the answer.
Can Marco Pierre White breathe life back into the source of the city? We visit the MPW Steakhouse to find out.
Sid Miller takes a trip down Memory Lane – or is that Myrtle Parade? – to discover that some childhood haunts are just as delightful as when you left them.
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