Eating and Drinking

Food and Drink

Liverpool is blessed with some of the finest restaurants, bars, bistros and cafes found anywhere in the UK. Within its lively streets you will find cosy cellar bars, live music bars, family-friendly pubs, award-winning restaurants and quirky cafes and bistros offering an eclectic mix of dishes and cuisine. Of course, international food features heavily on the Liverpool menu, but you can discover local recipes too - including Scouse, a delicious lamb or beef stew from which the nickname for Liverpudlians comes from.

Wheeler's of St. James's Liverpool is now open at Kings Dock next to the Arena and Convention Centre. Wheeler's reputation has been built on seafood, however the menu offers a variety of meat and vegetarian dishes that make it accessible to all.

Thaikhun Street Bar, pronounced tycoon, is Liverpool's very own slice of Thailand. The first ever bar from the family of Thaikhun restaurants, sip on one of their boozy slushies or a Thai-inspired cocktails and feel instantly transported to Bangkok amongst their iconic Thai bric-a-brac decor. Hungry? Indulge in Thai street tapas dishes and snacks that go hand-in-hand with an ice cold pint of Singha beer.

From a quiet coffee with a newspaper, to meeting up with friends for lunch or even a visit in the evening when the lights are low and the candles are twinkling, Bill's has a little something for everyone.

Pizza Express Italian restaurants provide exceptional quality food such as pizza and pasta. Redeem this offer at Kings Waterfront, Liverpool One and Victoria Street restaurants.

Join us at Panoramic 34 for lunch, dinner or cocktails in our bar and enjoy the magnificent Liverpool skyline as seen from one of the UK’s tallest restaurants.