For years, Liverpool has been known for its wide variety of exceptional eating spots in the heart of the city centre, ranging from traditional English establishments to American and Mediterranean-style cafés and restaurants. At The Culture Trip we have put together a list of the 10 best brunch spots in Liverpool.
Baltic Bakehouse is renowned for its exceptionally high-quality breakfasts packed full of taste. From standard bacon sandwiches, described as the best in the city, to toasted homemade bread made from fresh sourdough and sweet and sticky buns, this cosy establishment provides the perfect mix of savoury and sweet. Proudly displaying its traditional décor, The Baltic Bakehouse is the ideal place for a relaxing and comforting late breakfast.
With an award-winning full English breakfast, The Tavern Co is the perfect place to visit for a generous selection of hearty meals. Although the establishment specialises in Mexican barbeque, The Tavern Co is well educated on providing the perfect brunch to accommodate a range of international cuisines. With a wide range of choices, such as the heavenly Greek yoghurt, strawberry coulis and granola to thick slices of French toast covered in powdered sugar and pancake syrup, The Tavern Co is sure to satisfy your needs.
Bakchich offers a generous selection of Lebanese street food for customers who are hoping to find something a little different, such as Lebanese salsa with scrambled eggs and an Afranji hot dog. With an attractive cosy décor and an atmosphere described as quirky, Bakchich will transport you to the waters of the Mediterranean as you experience the culinary delights that this alternative food establishment has to offer.
A café known for it’s traditional and hearty English breakfasts, Soul Café provides generous portions of the well-known and loved crisp hash browns, lean bacon, and sweet black pudding. For those who manage to arrive at the café before midday, a kind offering of a complimentary cup of tea or coffee will be provided with your full English, making Soul Café the perfect place to purchase reasonably priced brunches which, by no means, compensate on the quality of the food.
East Avenue Bakehouse is an American-style restaurant known for its wholesome mix of drinks and dishes, and is perfect for those wishing to try something which departs from the standard breakfast dishes available in the city. With quirky and vintage interiors, such as a bike hanging from the ceiling and cutlery stored in golden syrup tins, this bakehouse is an inviting and rather authentic representation of New York. With fresh local produce of a high quality and a generous variety of breakfast dishes, East Avenue Bakehouse maintains its admirable reputation.
A restaurant with a quirky twist situated in the heart of the city, The Brunch Club is known for its unusual selection of breakfast drinks and dishes, such as a drink which mixes rum with Coco Pop-infused milk. The Brunch Club is perfect for those daring individuals who wish to try something a little unconventional. With bathroom walls covered in old doors, this eating place should be placed at the top of your list for the weird and wonderful.
Originally an industrial blade-making factory, this historical building is not simply a live music venue, it is also home to some of Liverpool’s most popular dishes. The venue has impressively been acclaimed by a variety of celebrity chefs and food critics. More recently, a restaurant critic claimed, ‘If I lived within stumbling distance of Camp and Furnace I would lose many nights there’, making it an impossible establishment to miss for a bite to eat.
With its wooden seating areas, chalk boards, and large glass windows, Unit 51 provides a welcoming and modern atmosphere for those who wish to experience high-quality, freshly made food. A traditional coffee shop situated in the creative quarters of Liverpool, known as the Baltic Triangle, this cosy meeting place offers a range of enticing brunches, such as the classic breakfast sandwich and poached eggs on toast with succulent vine tomatoes. Highly recommended by a variety of food bloggers, Unit 51 is the place to visit for a mouthwatering, wholesome brunch.
Although specialising in barbecues, Shiraz Restaurant is also renowned for its Turkish twist on classic English favourites. With their dishes being described as outstanding, it is the perfect place to pop to for a bite to eat before work or for a social gathering in an inviting atmosphere. With options such as the dieter breakfast, a healthier version of the full English, there really is something for everyone.
An incredibly popular food establishment, Hanover Street Social has received a variety of awards. Described as a sizeable venue with banquettes, bistro tables and an open kitchen, Hanover Street Social provides a generous choice of brunches, ranging from steak and fries to a vegetarian full English, making it extremely accommodating for all customers’ needs. With it’s stylish use of red sofas and dark brown wooden seats, this colourful yet traditional brunch spot creates a perfectly cosy atmosphere.