Moroccan food in Liverpool: Our top picks

Moroccan food in Liverpool: Our top picks Here in Liverpool there are plenty of places for you to indulge in authentic Moroccan cuisine. We’ve picked a trio of the best establishments to satisfy your appetite for colourful meaty dishes and aromatic spices. Words by Matthew Smith Kasbah Café BazaarBold StreetThis Moroccan restaurant serves ... Read More...

Review: Chaophraya’s new menu

On our trip to try out the new menu, we arrived at Liverpool’s Chaophraya restaurant having never tasted Thai food.Entering the restaurant we were met with the Thai ‘Wai’ greeting from a waitress wearing traditional dress, and shown to our candle-lit table which looked out over Liverpool ONE and towards ... Read More...

Café Review: Wigwam, Rose Lane, Liverpool

Café Review: Wigwam Rose Lane, L18 Review by Christine Toner As a mum of a three-year-old with an abnormal amount of energy and a 10-month-old who refuses to be still at any point, dining out has become something of a rare treat. Actually, treat is probably the wrong word. Challenge is perhaps more appropriate.Yes, ... Read More...

Sushi in Liverpool: Top 3 restaurants

Sushi in Liverpool: Top 3 restaurants Words by Mark Langshaw Sushi is one of Japan’s greatest imports, and that’s saying something when we’re talking about the country which brought the world Honda sports cars, Nintendo and Godzilla. These parcels of vinegared rice continue to grow in popularity outside of their homeland so ... Read More...

Restaurant Review: Roja Pinchos, Berry Street, Liverpool

Restaurant Review: Roja Pinchos Berry Street, Liverpool Review by Natasha Young There’s no need for decorative Spanish trinkets at Berry Street’s Roja Pinchos, which dons a minimalist rather than typical Mediterranean vibe inside. This is a restaurant which lets its menu provide the atmosphere and authenticity.On its initial arrival to Liverpool’s burgeoning restaurant ... Read More...

Review: Pattersons

Pattersons Gradwell Street, L1Review by Lydia ConnollyPattersons is the type of place where you can imagine the cool kids from a late ‘80s cult film would hang out.Heavily influenced by American pop culture, its vibe is skate-park turned restaurant. Comic strip inspired artwork lines the walls and provides an industrial backdrop ... Read More...

Review: Liverpool’s ‘Gin Journey’

Gin Journey Tour of Liverpool gin bars, www.ginjourney.com Review by Sarah Brown With the warmer months fast approaching our invitation to the first official Gin Journey (tickets £45) of spring was very welcome indeed.Having launched its first London venture back in 2013 it was only a matter of time before the Gin Journey ... Read More...