The Liverpool food scene is pretty epic, with so much on offer across the city we guarntee you’ll find something to staisfy your tastebuds any night of the week! And if you consider yourself a food connoisseur then we expect that you will have these fine dining restaurants all ticked off. Here’s our guide to the best fine dining restaurants in Liverpool.
The Art School
After opening its doors back in 2014, The Art School was the first fine dining restaurant in the city. Brought to you by Paul Askew, Director Chef of the Hope Street Hotel and The London Carriage Works Restaurant, The Art School uses the finest produce and ingredients perfectly accompanied by a stunning wine list. This uber-elegant restaurant and bar is an absolute must for all ‘foodies’.
Located in the village of Oxton, the discreet and understated façade of Fraiche leads you into an intimate, modern space created with a theme of natural elements inspired by the shoreline. With an ever evolving menu, Michelin restaurant Fraiche is consistently fantastic.
The London Carriage Works
The award-winning London Carriage Works fuses contemporary international dishes while sourcing local produce for its mouth watering menu. You can expect seasonal dishes which will keep you coming back again to try something different each time.
60 Hope Street
60 Hope Street isn’t afraid to get inventive, with modern British cooking there’s usually a creative twist to their dishes. The venue is effortlessly stylish and their basement bar is perfect for drinks pre or post meal.
Six By Nico
Six By Nico has shook up the fine dining scene – serving a brand new six-course tasting-menu – each one themed upon a different place, memory or idea, every six weeks. Nico and his team combine different ingredients, flavours, and dishes, to bring memories and stories to the table such as their New York menu which featured Beef Burger Doughnuts and The Chippie menu that included a deep fried mars bar! Six By Nico is a memorable dining experience that you don’t want to miss out on. Read our review of Six By Nico Chippie Menu.
On the 34th floor of the West Tower you’ll find Panoramic 34, offering 360° views of the city’s skyline alongside their lunch, fine dining and cocktail menus. If you’re looking for a spectacular venue as well as beautiful food then check out the Panoramic 34 website for more information.
In the not-so-distant past you might have been suprised at the idea of a fine dining restaurant on Smithdown Road but Belzan is a clear indicator of the changing scene on Smithdown. Serving seasonal dishes alongside amazing wines and some seriously impressive cocktails, Belzan is a real South Liverpool gem.
Located just off Penny Lane Spire showcases culinary expertise in a relaxed and homely environment. There’s a focus on British and European dishes with a twist. Spire is a little hidden gem!
Roski is the perfectly executed project of MasterChef: The Professionals’ Winner Anton Piotrowski and his team. It’s a restaurant fit for such a historically rich location on Rodney Street. You’ll find exceptional cooking, gorgeous food and wonderful service at Roski. .
Wreckfish is all about simple British food, cooked exceptionally well. Serving food throughout the day, their breakfast menu is satisfying but their A La Carte menu is just sumptuous! With a more laid back feel than some fine dining restaurants Wreckfish is popular for celebrations. And celebrations deserve the fantastic food that you’ll experience here.
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