September 18, 2023

Indulge in Bliss at Liverpool's Top 20 Bottomless Brunch Spots!

Discover Liverpool's top bottomless brunch spots that'll make your taste buds dance. Great vibes, incredible eats, endless bubbles.

Richard Gargan
Richard Gargan
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Indulge in Bliss at Liverpool's Top 20 Bottomless Brunch Spots!
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Dive headfirst into Liverpool's bottomless brunch scene, where the city is not just serving up the Beatles' tunes and football feats but a slice of the tastiest mid-day indulgence, too. Welcome to the city where your cups remain filled, and plates never empty. So, prepare your appetites, leave your diet at the docks, and let's crunch into the Scouse capital's best bottomless brunches.

Tonight Josephine Liverpool

87-89 Hanover St, Liverpool

0151 558 1441

Reviewed by:

Tammy Oramas

I had an absolute blast at Tonight Josephine Liverpool for their bottomless brunch! Kaz was hilarious and the service was top-notch. Grace was brilliant too! We decided to let them choose our cocktails and the result was fantastic - every single one was amazing and beyond our expectations. This place checks all the boxes - the staff are pleasant, funny, and simply outstanding. Not to mention, it's a perfect backdrop for that Instagram shot! Their drinks are superb and they play some really good music. The atmosphere is lively and fun, not to mention very affordable. Their cocktails are potent and well worth it! I'll definitely be back, especially on the weekends. What a gem this place is!

Turtle Bay Liverpool Victoria St

Produce Exchange, 6A Victoria St, Liverpool

0151 236 7333

Reviewed by:

Andrew Kanneh

I recently visited Turtle Bay Liverpool Victoria St for a belated birthday celebration and let me say, it was fantastic! Every experience I've had with Turtle Bay has been impressive, but this visit was exceptional. The service was top-notch, with our server Emily being particularly noteworthy. She was warm, friendly, and had fantastic recommendations for both food and drinks. Speaking of food, it was absolutely delicious. Each visit, I find a new favourite dish and this time, it was the curry Goat Harsh with dumplings. Bursting with flavour and the perfect amount of spice, it was a treat for the palate. Not to mention their extensive and ever-evolving cocktail menu. Every cocktail is a new adventure, with my latest obsession being the Zombie. What I really recommend though, is opting for their bottomless brunch deal. It allows you to sample the various cocktails on the menu within a span of two hours. Trust me, you won't regret it! Both the service and food were outstanding during our afternoon visit. Emily ensured we never ran out of drinks and had some fantastic drinks recommendations for us. The bartender, CJ, was also a star, whipping up some delicious beverages for us to enjoy. To round off the delightful evening, we decided to stay for dinner. The curry goat, again, was a hit. Perfectly spiced, it was a delightful end to a wonderful day. The 2-4-1 drinks deal was a pleasant surprise too. Last but not least, I have to give a shout out to the wonderful manager who was so kind to my daughter. Both she and the waitress were absolutely wonderful and made our experience all the more enjoyable. In summary, if you're looking for great food, fantastic drinks, and exceptional service, Turtle Bay Liverpool Victoria St is the place to be. I'm looking forward to my next visit!

Albert's Schenke

16 Hanover St, Liverpool

0151 709 2401

Reviewed by:

Kathy Napoleon

My visit to Albert's Schenke for a bottomless brunch in Liverpool was an absolute delight. Though we were a large group, the staff were attentive and efficient, ensuring our drinks and meals were served promptly. The food was nothing short of amazing, particularly their specialty dish, the pork knuckle. It was cooked to perfection, boasting a succulent interior and crispy exterior, which paired excellently with Yorkshire pudding, rich gravy and a surprise side of sweet potato mash. This place stands out in Liverpool for being one of the few places serving pork knuckle, a real treasure in the city's culinary scene. Every element of the meal was carefully prepared and presented, further enhancing the stellar dining experience. Apart from the food, the atmosphere was cozy and inviting, making it a must-visit place for a relaxed Sunday meal with family and friends. The prices were very reasonable, and they also serve a great variety of cocktails. Other dishes I tried include the cheeseburger and massive wursts, all of which were delicious. There was a minor issue with the steak chips being unevenly cooked, but it didn't dampen my overall experience. On another visit, I dined early on a weekday and was blown away by the specialty schweinshaxe, a delicious meaty feast. The Scotch egg was also delightful, save for the slightly acidic brown sauce. The service at Albert's Schenke is commendable, with everyone being friendly, helpful and making the meal even more enjoyable. In conclusion, the good food, friendly staff, and vibrant atmosphere make Albert's Schenke a definite must-visit for a satisfying brunch in Liverpool.

Turtle Bay Liverpool Hanover St

59-61 Hanover St, Liverpool

0151 706 0101

Reviewed by:

Jenni Gonzalez

My visit to Turtle Bay Liverpool Hanover St for a bottomless brunch was an experience worth every penny. The 2'4'1 cocktails are a definite game changer. I sampled the Zombie, Strawberry Daiquiri, and the Classic Mojito - all delicious and perfect to mix and match when you order two each! The food was beyond my expectations, leaving me smacking my lips in satisfaction. If you're unsure what to order, try the Curry Goat or the Caribbean Curry Katsu. Trust me, you won't be disappointed. The waiting times can be a bit longer than expected, but the staff handles the crowd expertly. On this particular visit, they accommodated us at the last minute for brunch after our initial plans fell through. The experience was far superior to what we had originally planned. The customer service was top-notch, with Calum ensuring our satisfaction at every stage. I also must mention Tory, another server, who was absolutely amazing - attentive, helpful, and incredibly nice. I give her a 5-star rating! I used to frequent Turtle Bay with my partner before we had our baby, so it had been quite some time since our last visit. We were pleasantly surprised to see that the experience has only improved in our absence. Our server for the evening, Ewan, was fantastic. He had a wealth of knowledge about all the cocktails, and his recommendations were spot on. Not only was he friendly, but he also contributed to the overall positive vibe of the place. The service was top-notch, and of course, the food was as delicious as we remembered. I can't wait for my next visit. Highly recommended!

Slug & Lettuce - Liverpool

The Watson Prickard Bldg, 16 N John St, Liverpool

0151 236 8820

Reviewed by:

Michael Ovares

I recently had the absolute pleasure of dining at Slug & Lettuce in Liverpool for their bottomless brunch. I went with three colleagues from work and we were all astounded by the quality of the food, drinks, and service. It's not often we all have the same day off so we wanted to make the most of it, and we certainly did thanks to the careful attention of our waitress, Abby. She was simply fantastic! Abby was extremely attentive and kept our drinks topped up at all times. She was also full of personality, making our visit even more enjoyable. Furthermore, she managed to serve us quickly and efficiently, a real bonus when there's eight of you celebrating a friend's birthday. During another visit with a friend, we were equally delighted with Sarah's accommodating service. She made sure we were never in want of anything and helpfully kept our drinks flowing. Again, the bottomless brunch was a standout and a considerable contributing factor to our wonderful time. Our first time trying Bottomless Brunch at Slug & Lettuce was impressive, to say the least. Carole, our waitress, was simply lovely and very helpful. She made excellent drink recommendations and even replaced our sparkler when it burnt out before we could get a memorable photo. I'm happy to say that the food and drinks at Slug & Lettuce more than lived up to our expectations. In fact, we were all quite tickled by the fact that they were indeed, bottomless. All in all, I would unhesitatingly return to Slug & Lettuce for their bottomless brunch and recommend others do the same.

Ma Boyle's Alehouse and Eatery

Tower Bldg, 7 Tower Gardens, Liverpool

0151 236 0070

Reviewed by:

Darcy Kim

My visit to Ma Boyle's Alehouse and Eatery was fantastic, complete with a great atmosphere and enjoyable live jazz music - a rare find in Liverpool. The place boasts of ample seating both indoors and outdoors which I found quite charming. The food was delectable and reasonably priced. I particularly enjoyed the Scouse. The place is also dog-friendly, which was a definite plus for me. They ensured our furry friend was comfortable and even treated him to a sausage. The service was friendly, making for a pleasurable experience. The location is beautiful with stunning views of the adjacent church. What I especially liked were the two levels of their establishment, each designed to cater to your preferred ambience - whether you're in the mood for socializing or seeking a cosy, private time. Their beer garden at the front is quite a delight. The beer was excellent, and though it's slightly pricey, it's quite understandable considering the prime location. The staff was very welcoming and their pilsner and Guinness were properly served. I decided to try their Ma's Classic Scouse and Cauliflower bites, both of which were scrumptious. The beer batter Cauliflower came with a tasty sauce and their Scouse was simply the best I've had. Despite being tucked away in a hidden alley, it's worth the search - just walk through the church garden and you'll find it. Can't wait for my next visit!


1st floor, 24 Tarleton St, Liverpool

0151 832 8999

Reviewed by:

Mike Avalos

Had the best gluten-free brunch I've ever had in Liverpool at Brunchin'. They really pile the food on your plate - a big pot of beans, two sausages, and a great cup of coffee. What more could you ask for, really? Plus, there's a wide variety of gluten-free options on the menu - though be warned, the poached eggs are a bit funny looking! My visit here was the Sunday after the Grand National, and the staff were superb. They took our orders quickly, but we never felt rushed. The food was simply amazing, and I especially enjoyed the iced caramel latte. Such a cute, well-decorated place with a lovely atmosphere, great music, and really conversational staff. Visited again on a Saturday afternoon for brunch, and the place was buzzing with energy. Despite how busy it was, our food came out quickly but didn't feel rushed at all. The fresh juices were delicious, the service was top-notch, and the pricing was fair. I've been to a cafe in Birmingham where they charged me £15 for a subpar full English, but the food at Brunchin' was definitely worth the money. Would absolutely recommend and will be visiting again, for sure!

Cosy Club

37c Paradise St, Liverpool

0151 668 0515

Reviewed by:

Dale Tinsley

I had a really great experience visiting the Cosy Club for brunch in Liverpool. Upon going in on a Friday evening, the service was immediate and the beautiful interior was very welcoming. My dining companion and I were seated upstairs and quickly served. The food was excellent. I ordered the Green Risotto, Bang Bang Cauliflower, and Salmon with noodles - all of the dishes were absolutely delicious. To accompany our meal, we had a cucumber cocktail and a banana espresso martini. Both were really tasty. However, the espresso martini was so rich in flavour that one was more than enough! The Cosy Club has a really unique feel to it. It manages to blend traditional elements with a very modern, eccentric style. One downside was that the lift wasn't working, limiting the accessibility for those with pushchairs or wheelchairs. Nevertheless, the staff were wonderful and the peppermint tea was a delightful experience. The Cosy Club also offers a spectacular view. The service is friendly, the cocktails are delicious (especially the Cherry Bakewell!) and the food is consistently great. Having breakfast in the elegantly designed room with the friendly staff was a real treat. The only minor issues were that the tea was a bit weak and it took a while to receive our bill. Also, the lift wasn't working. In spite of these small hiccups, I had a really wonderful time at the Cosy Club and I definitely plan to visit again. I highly recommend it to others for brunch. And despite minor weaknesses, the overall experience was very enjoyable. Excited to go back and sample more of their food!

Las Iguanas - Liverpool

ONE, 14 Paradise St, Liverpool

0151 459 8161

Reviewed by:

Kevin Vashchenko

Visiting Las Iguanas on a Saturday evening was a lively experience, thanks to a few hen and stag parties. Despite the noise, the food was absolutely delicious. My wife and daughter both loved their Chicken Enchiladas while I enjoyed the Brazilian curry, Xinxim. Having missed out on sweet plantain, the responsive waitress offered us a free dessert, a gesture we greatly appreciated. Our Saturday morning brunch was quieter and less crowded, with tapas and cocktails on the order. The food was great and the cocktails were tasty. Despite the cocktails being a bit pricey, the two-for-one offer made it worth it. And on a Bank holiday Monday, the food, cocktails and exceptional staff service made it a treat! Overall, I'd rate Las Iguanas 10/10 and will definitely be visiting again soon.

Tempest on Tithebarn

12 Tithebarn St, Liverpool

0151 242 6170

Reviewed by:

Agustin Hayward

I recently attended a baby shower at Tempest on Tithebarn for a Sunday brunch and had a truly pleasant experience. While the toast served with breakfast was a bit too hard for my preference, I found the rest of the food to be lovely. What truly stood out for me was the staff - they were not just excellent, but also very welcoming. In the midst of the nice and chilled atmosphere, they were consistently attentive and friendly. Given the chance to enjoy the rooftop, the view over Liverpool from there was simply incredible. There's something refreshing about having a great meal, served by wonderful staff, in an excellent environment, with a great view. The coffee they serve here deserves a special mention. As a coffee lover, I found their brews to be top-notch. Additionally, on a separate visit, I also got the chance to try their bottomless brunch, and I was impressed by the diverse range of food and cocktails on offer. The eggs benedict and strawberry lemonade cocktail were particularly delightful. On the flip side, the messy burger didn't really meet my expectations as it wasn't seasoned enough and the brisket served with it was cold. But considering the overall service and experience, this was a minor glitch for me. I found that the place can get quite busy, so sometimes getting the attention of the staff for service can be a bit challenging. In summary, if you're looking for a place with a chilled atmosphere, welcoming staff, and a good menu (especially if you love coffee), Tempest on Tithebarn could be an excellent choice. Despite a couple of setbacks, I really enjoyed my experiences here.

Castle St Townhouse

25-27 Castle St, Liverpool

0151 363 7509

Reviewed by:

Wendy Abayomi

I recently headed to Castle St Townhouse for a bottomless brunch and was not left unsatisfied. Although it was a bit more expensive than your average full English breakfast, I found the quality of food and the overall atmosphere of this upscale bistro worth it. The service was both friendly and professional, ticking off the boxes for great service. The meal size was substantial, which made up for the slightly higher cost. Moreover, the food was well-cooked and delicious, just the right remedy for a late night out. I also opted for the French toast. Though it wasn't exactly brioche as mentioned in the menu, it was still enjoyable. However, I found it slightly overpriced compared to other options available nearby. The lunch menu was a delightful surprise. The Fish and Chips were top-notch and the combo of tomato soup and chicken supreme was simply excellent. The overall atmosphere and vibe of the place were really pleasant, adding to the dining experience. Last week, I dropped in for breakfast and was once more impressed by the quality of service and food. The staff were amazing, and the breakfast was delicious. I will definitely be going back for more.

The Brunch & Cocktail Club

37-41 Duke St, Liverpool

0151 792 6522

Reviewed by:

Janet Wilson

From the moment I walked into The Brunch & Cocktail Club, the experience was fantastic. The staff greeted us warmly and led us to a perfectly situated table for our special occasion. They gave us ample time to pick out our food and drinks, and the delivery was timed just right. The food was simply scrumptious, and the complimentary pancake dessert for our anniversary was a delightful surprise. What I particularly appreciated was how our waitress informed us she was finishing her shift and smoothly transferred us over to another staff member, ensuring seamless service throughout our visit. My husband was particularly impressed with their rendition of his favorite cocktail, the old fashioned. Although the staff seemed slightly understaffed, it didn't take away from the overall excellent service we received. Some forgetfulness occurred during rush hours, but was offset by the cheerful demeanor of most staff members. The ambiance of this place is charming, making it an ideal spot for a special outing. The food is outstanding, service is friendly and the overall atmosphere is inviting. One essential tip – book in advance, especially on the weekends, as it becomes crowded quickly. We enjoyed a delightful breakfast on a Saturday morning without a reservation and loved the cozy indoor setting. My personal recommendation – try the Matcha Latte and French toast. All in all, The Brunch & Cocktail Club is a must-visit when in Liverpool. The superior service, delicious food, and beautiful setting make every visit special. I can't wait to return for another memorable experience.

Crazy Pedro's Liverpool

25 Parr St, Liverpool

0151 559 2599

Reviewed by:

Alicia Maldonado

I had a fantastic time at Crazy Pedro's in Liverpool for their bottomless brunch. On a warm summer day, we were able to sit on their rooftop, enjoying endless drinks and pizza. While the variety wasn't huge, what we had was absolutely delightful. We appreciated the friendly service and the unique atmosphere of this place - a blend of relaxed grunge and Europop. It was vibrant but not too loud to have a conversation. We faced a slight hitch when our pizza took longer than expected due to a busy kitchen. However, the staff promptly refunded us, and offered a complimentary drink for the inconvenience, which only reinforced their top-notch service. Their Crazy Pedro ale is a must-try, along with the Alice and little man hates transformers pizzas, which are quite unconventional. It is an ideal spot for a swift bite, especially during their Happy Hour, offering £2 pizza slices from 5 to 9 PM. My only minor critique would be that the pizza slices have shrunk a bit, and the topping options have narrowed down. Though, the fantastic music totally makes up for it. I would definitely recommend and rate it 10/10 for its service, ambiance, and food.

Revolución de Cuba Liverpool

Unit 17, Albert Dock, Liverpool

0151 203 6101

Reviewed by:

Wudnesh Guerrero

I recently had the pleasure of experiencing a bottomless brunch at Revolución de Cuba in Liverpool and I can't rave about it enough. Our server, Martha, was the epitome of attentiveness and delivered seamless service with a brilliant attitude. She ensured our drinks were always topped up and nothing seemed too much trouble for her. She truly added another layer of enjoyment to our brunching experience. The venue itself was fabulous, with a lively atmosphere and an interior decor that fully embraced the festive season. Its location, overlooking the beautifully illuminated docks, only added to the charm. The afternoon tea we had was served in a delightful tapas style, and the entire dining experience, from beginning to end, was flawless. The food was worth every penny. The selection was diverse and plentiful. It was my first time trying a burrito, while my partner enjoyed a king prawn salad. The freshness of the ingredients was palpable and truly made the meal special. On another visit, we went for a birthday bottomless brunch and the staff went beyond to make sure everything was perfect. The outdoor space on the dock is a real treat, especially in the summer. In conclusion, I highly recommend Revolución de Cuba in Liverpool. Whether it's for an ordinary brunch or a special celebration, you're promised fantastic food, amazing staff, and an unbeatable atmosphere.

PANAM Restaurant & Bar

Albert Dock, Liverpool

0151 702 5831

Reviewed by:

Joxelyn Hyde

Overall, my first time dining at the PANAM Restaurant & Bar was a relaxing and enjoyable midweek lunch experience. The staff were extremely hospitable and the restaurant's atmosphere was warm and inviting. Despite it being a weekday, there seemed to be a vibrant energy throughout the place. I had the udon noodles while my mom had the summer salad, both dishes were tasty and filling. The view from the restaurant was lovely, overlooking the water, and the back area had a cool vibe with bars, pool tables, and TVs. Aside from the good selection of food and drinks, the place seemed like it would be lively in the evenings. The bottomless brunch, albeit marred by a slight issue with our drinks, was generally a good deal. The tables were well-spaced, which is a bonus during these uncertain times. Some of us had a lovely, juicy burger but the steak options were a bit limited. Service was a little slow, and I felt the service charge at the end was excessive considering the hiccups we had experienced. But we appreciated the opportunity for one last round of drinks at the end of our meal. Perhaps the highlight of the meal was the pork ribs and fish and chips dishes. The ribs were tender, and the fish batter was just right, not too greasy or thick. The cod was cooked perfectly and the drinks were reasonably priced. While there may have been a few hiccups, overall I would recommend PANAM Restaurant & Bar. I look forward to coming back and experiencing the nightlife here. It's rarely you find such a gem of a place and I am excited to return.

The Florist Bar & Restaurant Liverpool

24 Hardman St, Liverpool

0151 294 4695

Reviewed by:

Leslie Saadat

I absolutely loved my experience at The Florist Bar & Restaurant in Liverpool. The place is stunningly beautiful, filled with vibrant floral decor and a fantastic vibe. The staff were outstanding, particularly our waitress who made our experience even more enjoyable. Although we were slightly disappointed by the coffee, the desserts more than made up for it. My brownie was mouth-wateringly good. My visit on a Wednesday night was quieter than expected, but there was no compromise on the quality of service or food. While it wasn't the best meal I've ever had, it certainly deserves a solid 4 stars. It's definitely a great location for a big family meal or a casual dinner date. One of my personal favorites was the lemongrass beef skewers; they were delectable! Spending the evening on the terrace was equally enjoyable, with great food and even better drinks at reasonable prices. I found the ambiance in the evening to be a lot more appealing than during the day. The staff were incredibly friendly and contributed significantly to our overall experience. There's room for improvement in terms of service, but this was understandable considering the several large groups they were handling. As for the food, it arrived in perfect time and was flawless. One suggestion for enhancing the cozy atmosphere would be to lower the music volume slightly. Despite this, I think The Florist Bar & Restaurant is a beautiful venue that I highly recommend. It was a 5-star evening for sure!

NYL Restaurant and Bar

1 N John St, Liverpool

0151 294 4069

Reviewed by:

Jeff Monahan

I had a delightful experience at NYL Restaurant and Bar for a bottomless brunch in Liverpool. Right from the get-go, the ambiance of the place was welcoming and vibrant. Initially, there was a bit of a mix-up with seating and we had to navigate our way around the restaurant in order to find our table. However, once we settled down, we opted for an afternoon tea for two. I can't help but mention that there was a slight discrepancy in the food plated up versus what was promised in the menu. However, this didn't deter us from enjoying a considerably decent meal. The staff, on the other hand, seemed to be slightly aloof and detached. We found ourselves having to grab their attention to be able to place our order. On the upside, there was one young member of the team who was exceptionally friendly and helpful throughout our meal, making the rest of our dining experience quite pleasant. Unfortunately, my fish dish was a bit on the oily side and the mashed peas were bland. However, the overall quality of service we received was commendable. The pricing did seem a bit steep for the quality of food we received, but I found the early bird menu to be a great value. Available before 7, it offers three courses for just £20 and a 2-for-1 deal on cocktails, which saved us a significant amount. My advice would be to give NYL a try but stick to the early bird menu to get the most bang for your buck. Despite the minor drawbacks, the excellent food and good service definitely make it worth a visit. Just be sure to double-check your order and don't hesitate to raise any issues to the staff who are more than willing to accommodate your needs.

Neighbourhood Liverpool

62 Castle St, Liverpool

0151 230 1717

Reviewed by:

Decontee M Dimare

I recently stopped by this fantastic place called Neighbourhood Liverpool, situated conveniently near the docks. Not only does it serve as a restaurant and bar, but it also offers a vibrant "night out" ambiance. Our group of 16 was met with prompt service and the location was also quite accessible, with plenty of taxis and public transport options in the vicinity. The place has a unique seating arrangement with some space downstairs and a raised level as well. To top it all, they had some live entertainment going on too, with talented individuals playing the saxophone and bongos, and a DJ setup on the higher level. Their performance was really impressive. I must mention their cocktail menu - it's incredible and to make it even better, they were offering a 2 for 1 deal! It was tough to pick just one but I really enjoyed the 'not going home' cocktail. The setting was lovely, the music great and the location just perfect. Do remember to book in advance though, as table time can be limited. As for the bottomless brunch, I can confidently say it's one of the best I've ever been to! Excellent service, with our drinks consistently refilled, and the food choices and portions were superb. In short, our first visit to Liverpool was made memorable with our experience at Neighbourhood Liverpool. From the amazing food and drinks to the buzzing atmosphere, it was a wonderful start to our weekend getaway. Can't wait to return again! Definitely a place I would highly recommend to anyone visiting Liverpool.

Mason's Liverpool

42 Seel St, Liverpool

0151 374 0005

Reviewed by:

Quirino Deltarune

My unforgettable experience at Mason's Liverpool for bottomless brunch was truly delightful. The energetic atmosphere was lit up by a table dancing saxophonist and sparklers, adding a unique twist to the typical brunch setting. The food was delicious and left me craving for more. Despite a small hiccup with the pricing and time limit due to changes made after we had booked months in advance, the manager was quick to compensate us with an additional drink at the attached Epic bar. The service was commendable and the drink options, primarily Prosecco with various mixers or bottles of lager, were satisfactory, even though they weren't fully explained to us. This place is perfect for large group gatherings and special events like a hen do, a bit too lively for a quiet brunch with a loved one. The highlight of this place was the attentive service, with staff constantly topping up our drinks, leaving us with 4 bottles of Prosecco at our table. The food was top-notch and the live music and sparklers really amped up the ambiance, making the bride-to-be feel truly special. There was a minor scheduling issue when we arrived, but overall, the experience was worth it. Mason's is well located, surrounded by numerous bars and restaurants, and I've had a great time every time I've visited, especially during their Saturday brunches. If you are looking for the best all-inclusive brunch in Liverpool, Mason's is the place to be. The great saxophone player and singer really set the mood for a wonderful brunch.

Liberté Sky Garden

50 Brunswick St, Liverpool

07377 221570

Reviewed by:

Arshad Lopez

I had a pleasant experience at Liberté Sky Garden. The bottomless brunch on their sunny rooftop is a definite must if you're in Liverpool. The food, however, wasn't the best - slightly burnt chicken skewers and tiny tempura prawns, but the cocktails made up for it. They were absolute top-notch! The place is perfect for hen parties or larger girls' groups. But it's pretty much like any other trendy bar in Liverpool, trying too hard to stand out. I encountered a little confusion with my booking, but the staff were quick to resolve it. I want to highlight the swift service and the attentive staff who promptly refilled our drinks. Although the food wasn't up to par, the sunny rooftop vibe and excellent cocktails make it worth a visit. But if you're in Liverpool, I'd recommend trying Mathew Street instead for a better experience. A hilarious moment was when I and a friend accidentally used the men's restroom. The signage wasn't clear, and we had an interesting conversation with a gentleman who thought he'd wandered into the ladies. It was an enjoyable visit, shaken, not stirred by the bathroom mix-up. Unfortunately, I had to cancel a future booking due to some bad reviews. Despite giving ample notice, I still haven't received my refundable deposit back. A real shame, as I would have liked to give it a second try. However, after ignoring my requests for a refund, I don't think I'll be coming back anytime soon.

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