Liverpool has cafés of all different shapes and sizes providing you with your coffee fix. Find all the frequently asked questions answered here.
Bold Street is the most cosmopolitan choice to make a beacon for coffee shops. Right by Liverpool Central Station you’ll find Café Latino. Serving up scrumptious breakfasts, sandwiches, salads and cake alongside some of the finest coffee this side of Milan. Fantastico!
Whether you’re heading to work in town and looking for a caffeine boost, a light lunch by the Albert Dock with a friend, or an indulgent slice of cake to reward yourself with after a long day, Liverpool has charming cafés adorning every street.
One of the reasons Liverpool is so prime for a food and drink tour is its range of options for everyone. This includes a broad range of cafés for vegetarians and vegans. To find the best one for you, take a look at:
While football may divide Liverpudlians between red and blue, one thing unites us: the regular craving for a cup of tea. Here are some of the best places to grab afternoon tea in Liverpool.
Flat white? Macchiato? Choco chino? Ordering coffee these days can be a minefield with so many different types of coffee to choose from. The main types of coffee you’re likely to find in the best cafés in Liverpool are:
Here are our picks of the best spots in London to enjoy afternoon tea done properly.
An essential part of going out for the day and visiting art galleries with friends is the post gallery feed. It is impossible to look round an exhibition without at least a coffee and a cake afterwards, all that pondering and deliberating makes for hungry work. Serving great food in quirky settings, here's my my pick of London's coolest gallery cafes.
At London's Elliot's Café, the burger is seemingly a low key affair. It sits on the menu under the 'Large Plates' section, labelled simply as Cheeseburger & fried potatoes. Never has a menu description done as little justice to a dish as this does to the Elliot's burger.