Where to find 2017 food trends in Liverpool
A new year brings new delicious treats 2017 is set to be exciting for foodies and here in Liverpool the options are unusual and diverse.
We’ve picked out the top three places to sample the best up-and-coming trends, from superfoods to slightly indulgent additions.
Words by Matthew Smith
Etsu, The Strand
With the tide turning, the buzzword in the health industry in 2017 is ‘seaweed’ due to the calcium-packed superfood’s nutritional value and versatility. Customers can enjoy this delicacy at Etsu, which specialises in authentic Japanese cuisine,with its Kaiso Salad featuring a mix of green, red and white seaweed.
Trattoria 51, Old Hall Street
Sustainable shellfish is set to reinvigorate menus in 2017. Mussels are a popular dish which can be served as a side or a main, and such shellfish has recently been considered among the best foods to improve brain function. Trattoria 51 serves fresh mussels with wine, garlic, cherry tomatoes and parsley.
The Brink, Parr Street
Coconut milk is expected to rise to prominence in 2017. Highly nutritious and linked with improved cholesterol levels and heart health. The city’s first dry bar will ease you into the new flavour as it mixes up a refreshing Tropical Mist, which consists of banana, vanilla ice cream and coconut milk blended with milk and ice.