Liverpool has some of the best authentic Italian restaurants in the UK. Find all the most frequently asked questions answered here.
Whether you are looking to dine out as a family or you’re couple on the hunt for something cosy and romantic, you’re spoilt for choice with so many types of cuisine and restaurants in Liverpool. With the majority of Italian restaurants located in Little Italy you can easily stumble upon an Italian after a shopping spree at Liverpool ONE, or before a night out in one of the city’s many world-class bars.
Groupon users have voted these three below as the best-selling Italian restaurants in Liverpool:
From premier dining destinations to family owned trattorias, Liverpool’s authentic Italian scene is booming. Here’s where to head to devour carbs, carbs and more carbs:
If you are after some comfort food, or something to satisfy the whole family, these Italian dishes are considered the most popular:
Italian dining in restaurants is all about leisurely enjoying the food and the company. It’s one of the most relaxed, casual and welcoming dining experiences you can find and in Liverpool city centre. You can expect the experience of dining at an Italian restaurant to be:
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For a long time, your options for Italian food in London fell along two main lines. Firstly there was your friendly local high-street Italian, called something like Mamma Mia or Don Luigi’s where you could get a plate of pasta penne or lasagne, a thin crust pizza or even a commodity steak if you were (un)lucky, and eat it by the light of a candle s