Restaurant Review - 12/9/2008
Berry Street, Liverpool
On Sunday 7th September Alice and I went to the top chef restaurant in Liverpool. This is a very laid-back restaurant and serves quality food at a very decent price, so if you are a bit short on cash and want something nutritious to eat, this is the place.
It is also friendly and serves good quality vegetarian and non-vegetarian food. It has a good selection of breakfasts, which include Mediterranean, full English, vegetarian and Egyptian. There is also a selection of home cooked food and specials on the blackboard all freshly cooked on the premises.
Top Chef serves a good selection of red and white Italian wines at an average of £8 a bottle. Also three types of bottle beers are served: Corona, Stella and Bud. It has one high chair for babies and also has disabled access. The place is kept scrupulously clean all the time and plays Latin American music in the background.
The prices of the food are a little varied, for instance breakfasts are £3.60, jacket potato £2.50, English dishes £2.00-£3.90.
Hot drinks are also available at reasonable prices including a good selection of teas and coffees.
Desserts include chocolate cake and cheesecake, and phone orders are welcome but there are no deliveries carried out. Sandwiches are also made to order on the premises.
This is a fully licensed restaurant that we would recommend to anyone, plus they are talking about music nights with local musicians, but let’s not forget the student deals.
Credit and debit card also taken.
Opening times Monday to Thursday 9am to 9pm
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