Restaurants in Merseyside in general Reviews
Newest Review: ... You have to wait while they cook it, which is reassuring – this is not cook-chilled stuff in a bag from a factory. My loin of veal with herbed tagliatelli and shallots was especially good, and my wife enjoyed grilled haddock with green pea risotto. They also do a nice paté with truffle and bacon, which is a bit sloppy in texture but excellent in flavour. Bread is good - they have their own bakery and deli next door. The wine list is short, and generally good value. Service is attentive, staff are friendly and happy to recommend wine. Most starters are in the £3.50 to £5 range, main courses from £7 to £15. Above the restaurant and... more
Customer Restaurants in Merseyside in general Reviews (2)
by - written on 22/09/02, updated on 22/09/02 (Very useful, 40 readings)
My wife and I are expat Merseysiders, living in London but returning several times per year to visit family. The Foodstation is a small restaurant and wine bar close to Hamilton Square station in Birkenhead. We’ve eaten there twice in Aug/Sept 2002. They have a short seasonal menu and a blackboard of daily specials. Food is good. You have to wait while they cook it, which is reassuring – this is not cook-chilled stuff in a bag from a factory. My loin of veal with herbed tagliatelli and shallots was especially good, and my wife enjoyed grilled haddock with green pea risotto. They also do a nice paté with truffle and bacon, which is a bit ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/10/00, updated on 26/10/00 (Very useful, 88 readings)
Far from being a culinary wasteland, Liverpool (and its satellite towns)now boast several very good restaurants that will cater for most tastes and won't break your bank either. If you are staying in one of the new hotels (marking the city's booming business culture) that have sprung up in the City Centre and docks area, consider Ziba (0151 708 8870) for your dinner arrangements. This is the best value for money eating I have experienced anywhere in the UK. The quality is exceptional and if you find something that tickles your fancy on the Table d'Hote menu then a meal for two and a bottle of wine will set you back no more than £50. The atmosphere is ... Read the complete review
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