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Places to eat in Liverpool please

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by footman, 18 Sep 2009.

  1. footman

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    I shall be in Liverpool Sunday night and I'm looking for somewhere good to eat.
    Probably prefer a really classy Indian but anything considered.
     
  2. mattyprice4004

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  3. footman

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  4. N43SP33D

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    There is a nice Thai restaurant in Liverpool one, bit expensive but worth it, now i need to remember the name....
     
  5. FosterK

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    My favourite restaurant in Liverpool is Meet, on Brunswick Street.

    http://www.meetrestaurant.co.uk/

    I know you said Indian, but if you change your mind and want steak, go there :p Finish a 24ouncer, chips and all, I challenge ya!
     
  6. wesley

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    we ate at may sum once a while ago, my friend had something white liquid in his food, we now call this place 'may cum'

    wouldnt recommend this place to anyone!!!
     
  7. mattyprice4004

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    It's been brill whenever I've gone, although I tend to get into double figures with plates of food :o
     
  8. Teki187

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    Liverpool is full of fine cuisine!
     
  9. macster

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    For curry i recommend the Indian delight on Renshaw street. It doesnt look much and it's much cheaper than the other places but the food really is top notch.

    If it must be classy then I'd recommend Sultans Palace on Victoria Street. Again top quality food but you pay a fair whack more.
     
  10. scouse

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    Best Indian in Liverpool is the Gulshan on Aigburth Road.
    For others try 60 Hope Street, London Carriage works, Chaopraya, Spire.
     
  11. 4p

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    The Crown, just outside Lime Street :D

    £1.50 a pint, ham egg and chips for about 2 quid.

    Bargain.
     
  12. Ant84

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    That place is outstanding.
     
  13. Rotty

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    whatever you do don't go to caesers palace, if there is a worse restaurant on this planet I will be amazed :p
     
  14. scouse

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    Is that place still open???
     
  15. Kemik

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    Yee Rah in Liverpool One is amazing.
     
  16. Schnippzle

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    American Trans Am, Est est est, Bue and Sapporos. These are all really nice. Trans Am, Est est est and Blue are all down by the harbour as well.
     
  17. benneh

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    The thai place on lark lane, TOYKU in town, the egg for some lovely company!.

    Rdit, or that chinese place just down from the docks (ace food, lovely view, was quite expensive iirc), I forget the name, but you can't miss it, it's down by the car showroomy end of the docks towards Aigburth.
     
  18. benneh

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    I think I went there on an ocuk meet? lol.
     
  19. scouse

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    I gather you're talking about Pan American??

    The chinese place is the Chung Ku, tasty grub but a little out of the way if you're not driving.
     
  20. matt0r

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    A must go in Liverpool is Mei Mei, the best chinese restaurant i have been to outside of London. Also try to make it before 6 to get up on dim sum menu. hau gau, cheung fun, beef and ginger dumplings and sieumai. All full of glorious win. I also believe they make their own char siu buns.

    I cannot recommend it enough, the food there was better than when i was actually in china.