Family Friendly Liverpool Restaurant Reviews, Plus Review of Pubs, Cafes, Takeaways and Delis in Liverpool Merseyside
Where to eat with kids in Liverpool, Merseyside!
Liverpool the home of the Beatles, blah, blah, blah! Well from an eating point of view, in the last few years it's gone from the back of beyond to one of the places to go for some of the best food and drink in the North West of England. Liverpool now has many mouthwatering eating places, and it's going to take me years to get round them all, but here goes!
Liverpool Chinatown, although not a big or flashy as the versions in Manchester, still offers a great place to visit, with from memory is the largest Chinese Arch in Europe. However, from an eating point of view, at least personally, the best Chinese restaurants are not in Chinatown, but at either end of the Dock Road.
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Chinese Restaurants in LiverpoolTai Pan - situated at the North End of the Liverpool Dock Road, a couple of miles North of the City Centre, is best seen on a Sunday lunchtime, when it offers a wide range of Chinese Dim Sum brought to your table on a plethora of steaming metal trollies. From the usual Sui Mai and Char Sui Bau, to more unusual dishes, when may not be to the taste of many English clients such as Snails in a Chilli Sauce, Baby Octopus and Chicken Feet.
Chung Ku - is situated at the other end of the Dock Road from the Tai Pan, and had been built in a purpose build modern building directly overlooking the Mersey. In the daytime, view of the Mersey, and across the to Birkenhead are breathtaking, and you'll often find your kids at the Windows looking out to 'sea' rather than eating their food. However, the food itself is well worth the visit, and is always a delight.
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Modern English Restaurants in LiverpoolSimply Heathcotes - is a great restaurant near Liverpool Pier Head and the Three Graces. Although we've only been their one (for a 21st Birthday Party for Jamesina) including 18 of the clan, the food was excellent in the Private Dining Room. What's more for kids, the kids menu was absolutely brilliant with some classic British dishes such as Bangers and Mash and Fish and Chips done to a turn. They are definitely a place we intend to visit again!
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