Situated slightly north of Liverpool’s city centre, Everton is famous for being the birthplace of Beatles member Paul McCartney, as well as the origin for several famous urban legends and football teams. These are the top-notch restaurants to check out here.
Located at Anfield Stadium, the home of the Liverpool Football Club, The Boot Room Sports Café is the perfect place to grab lunch before attending a match or taking a stadium tour. Don’t let the sleek interior and dark leather booths fool you, the Boot Room prides itself on being very family-friendly. It offers the little ones highchairs and their own menu. Adults will appreciate the cafe’s robust selection of pizzas, burgers, steaks and sandwiches, all made with fresh ingredients.
Situated on the border of Stanley Park just west of Anfield Stadium, Kemps Bistro is housed in the spectacular Isla Gladstone Conservatory. The menu offers a wide selection of traditional English dishes, from a full breakfast in the morning to fish and chips and Welsh rarebit (open-faced cheese on toast) for lunch. For an authentic English experience, book a table for afternoon tea. Each freshly steeped pot comes with a selection of sandwiches, desserts, and wraps.
For a quick bite to eat in the heart of Everton, head over to Joe’s Café & Sandwich Shop, located just west of Everton Park on Breckfield road. For at least the past 10 years, this little takeaway restaurant has faithfully offered locals and tourists a healthy selection of hot and cold sandwiches, as well as an all-day breakfast menu, to sit in or on-the-go. For those who can’t stop by in person, Joe’s offers free delivery.
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Just west of the picturesque Stanley Park, Rik’s Cuisine pays homage to the diverse cultural makeup of Liverpool, specialising in English, Indian and Chinese cuisines. From standard favourites like fish and chips, to their own takes on traditional Chinese, Thai and Indian dishes, Rik’s has something for everyone on their extensive menu. Hot and sour soup coexists peacefully next to various curries and sirloin steak.
Situated right next to Anfield Stadium, Anfield Café is the perfect place to grab a traditional English breakfast before setting out to explore Liverpool. Don’t be deterred by the rough and ready exterior, this cafe knows how to fuel up customers. The spot is the quintessential “greasy spoon” in the best possible way, with quick service and generous portions.