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...

Review: Busaba Eathai

Busaba Eathai, Hanover Street, L1 Review by Hannah Fowler Reminiscing about my travels to Asia, I had high hopes for the new Busaba Eathai restaurant. Don’t let its modern interior fool you, Busaba has kept its menu authentic and vibrant, and has you dreaming of life on a hot Thai island.The eatery ... Read More...

Review: The Refinery

Hope Street, L1 Review by Lydia Connolly As we approached The Refinery, my dinner date immediately regretted his decision to wear trainers. Hope Street’s latest addition certainly has the appearance of a fine dining establishment; lined with topiary bushes and outside seating, the restaurant sits elegantly on the corner of Myrtle Street.However ... Read More...

Review: Copacabana’s meaty menu

Queen Square, L1 Review by Liam Deveney The South American eating experience is nothing new in Liverpool and meat lovers have been able to enjoy the rodizio (all-you-can-eat) service for some time.The latest addition to this tasty genre is Copacabana, a Brazilian steakhouse set over two floors in the city’s popular Queen ... Read More...