Harden's survey result
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Liverpool’s restaurant scene has come a long way in the past 15 years – but this agreeably understated fixture, in a Georgian townhouse near the Anglican cathedral, is still a bit of a beacon for its “consistently high standard of food and service”.
In a townhouse near the Anglican Cathedral, this “sophisticated but not over-fussy” modern British venture was a pioneer for the city when it opened, and still “never fails to deliver top-quality cooking” based on “interesting seasonal ingredients”; fans also love the “relaxed metropolitan atmosphere”.
“London quality food at Liverpool prices”, say fans of this “lovely” townhouse restaurant, near the Anglican Cathedral – the first modern British restaurant of any renown in the city, and “still one of the best”.
This townhouse near the Anglican cathedral was the first modern British restaurant of any repute in the city, and fans claim it’s “still head and shoulders above the rest”; perhaps that’s over-egging it nowadays, but all reports acclaim its “very good” food and “helpful” and “informative” service.
60 Hope St, Liverpool, L1 9BZ
lunch noon - 2.30 pm, dinner 7 pm - 10.30 pm
Last orders: 10 pm, Sun 8 pm