Spanish Restaurants in Liverpool
1. Salt House Spanish restaurant in Liverpool 1 Hanover Street - L1
A “relaxed” urban-chic charcuterie and tapas bar, extending across two floors, and turning out “interesting plates full of flavour” (plus “reasonable” wines); those who regularly visit “have never been disappointed with any of the dishes served”.
2. Lunya Spanish restaurant in Liverpool 18-20 College Ln - L1
“Tapas with style… and it never disappoints” – that’s the appeal of Peter and Elaine Kinsella’s re-located operation: “a brilliant and buzzing bar/restaurant” (plus in-house deli) that “continues the high quality of the original” having moved a short distance from the first site, in Liverpool One. In summer 2018, the couple opened a spin-off, Lunyalita – one of a number of new openings in Albert Dock, with the arched ceilings and brickwork typical of the location.
3. Pen Factory Mediterranean restaurant in Liverpool 13 Hope St - L1
“A magic place that just gets better” – Paddy Byrne and chef Tom Gill’s two-year-old factory conversion is a reincarnation of their landmark former venture, the Everyman Bistro next door – so is almost as handy for the theatre. There’s “cheap and tasty” Med-based food, “charming staff”, and “a lovely garden too”.
5. Pilgrim Spanish restaurant in Liverpool 46 Duke Street - L1
BBC2's 'My Million Pound Menu' winners Dave Bone (chef) Jamie Duffield (front of house), and Anthony Power are opening their restaurant in Duke Street Market (a revamped docklands warehouse) this Spring; their food offering is based on dishes found along the Camino de Santiago pilgrimage routes in Spain, France and Portugal.
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