Category Archives: Food

Synaesthesia Feast: Project Zero at Camp and Furnace **

Synaesthesia: A condition in which one type of stimulation evokes the sensation of another, as when the hearing of a sound produces the visualisation of a colour. Billed as “an immersive and heightened dining experience”, we were excited to try out … Continue reading

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Bakchich, Lebenese Street Food, Bold Street ****

A fresh, unusual and much-welcome addition to the range of food on offer in Liverpool’s independent quarter, Bakchich offers a brilliant selection of dishes in an unhurried, contemporary urban environment. Up until now, my experiences of Lebenese food have been … Continue reading

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Puschka, Rodney Street, Liverpool *****

Nestled in the heart of the city’s independent district on Rodney Street, Puschka is a widely renowned and respected establishment, offering fine dining in a snug, yet chic environment. I find it brilliant that destination restaurants such as this offer … Continue reading

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The Interesting Eating Company, Allerton Road *****

Heading out for brunch this morning with a friend, I was suddenly overcome with dread: not another full English please! For years, I have scoured the city’s suburbs searching for a cafe that serves a more exciting alternative, and until … Continue reading

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Greendays Cafe, Lark Lane, Liverpool ****

After a busy morning exploring the city’s haberdasheries and antique shops, my friend and I decided it was time to feast. Greendays Cafe on Lark Lane is an old favourite, and like most eateries on The Lane, provides fresh, tasty … Continue reading

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The Exchange: Hilton Liverpool *

When my friend invited me to a free 2 course champagne dinner at the Hilton I jumped at the chance, and was bitterly disappointed to find snobbish staff and lazy service ruined what could have been a lovely meal. Upon … Continue reading

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Lucha Libre, Wood Street *****

Lucha Libre is a fairly new enterprise in the heart of Liverpool’s infamous Ropewalks district. Advertising itself as a purveyor of affordable and authentic Mexican street food, Lucha Libre does not disappoint! I had heard a lot about this restaurant … Continue reading

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The Academy Restaurant, Duke Street *****

Who could have possibly thought that an evening of cuisine foraged and prepared by a team of third year trainee chefs could be worthy of a five star review? When I heard about the Academy’s forthcoming event ‘The Gathering’, I … Continue reading

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Las Iguanas **

A cocktail-restaurant boasting a range of South American foods from Mexico to Brazil, Las Iguanas sadly disappoints. As soon as I entered, I knew Las Iguanas wasn’t for me. At the risk of sounding like a pensioner, for my birthday … Continue reading

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House, Bold Street Liverpool ***

A welcome addition to Bold Street’s renowned eatery district, House offers a range of food and drinks to suit a whole host of punters, though some adjustments need to be considered. Walking in, the first thing you notice is the … Continue reading

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