All posts tagged "restaurants"

  • Step Inside, Love: The science of interior design

    SevenStreets shares afternoon tea with Leaf's interior architect, Richard Eastwood - the man for whom the phrase 'all back to mine', takes on a whole...

  • Review: Il Forno

    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...

  • Review: 60 Hope Street, Liverpool

    Can 60 Hope Street keep its standards up, well into its second decade. We went to find out...

  • The Lawns, Thornton Hall: Review

    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...

  • First impressions: Carluccio’s

    Antonio Carluccio is the latest celeb chef to try his hand with an Italian eatery in Liverpool. Here are our first impressions

  • The Mal Brasserie: Review

    It's revamped and reopened. But is the Mal's new look restaurant a revelation? We went to find out...

  • Lunch of the Week: Jigsaw

    For a dinnertime feed Jigsaw ticks all the boxes - even though its slightly po-faced atmosphere seems a little at odds with its name.

  • Seven lost Liverpool restaurants

    What does an exiled foodie miss about Liverpool? Why its dead restaurants of course. Vindaloo Queen gives us five lamented Liverpool fooderies.

  • Review: The Italian Club

    Warm, friendly, relaxing - and offering authentic and tasty food, The Italian Club is a key part of revitalised top of Bold Street.

  • Review: Caveau, Woolton

    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?

  • Review: Bistro Noir

    A cosy bistro on Lark Lane should be a no-brainer. But can Bistro Noir's food live up to the promising ambiance?

  • Review: Alma de Cuba

    Alma de Cuba is undoubtedly a Liverpool institution that’s here to stay

  • Review: Eastzeast

    Struggling to find a good curry in Liverpool? We investigate whether Eastzeast - the latest Indian on the block - is the answer.