Best Christmas dishes

Best Christmas dishes

Ahh, Christmas. A time for family, terrible cracker jokes, unnecessarily large tins of chocolates and, of course, a great excuse to make merry and (over) indulge! After all, if you can’t treat yourself during the festive period, when can you? Especially after this year!

If the thought of turkey and a mountain of Brussels sprouts isn’t doing it for you, try something new this year with a trip to one of Liverpool ONE’s mouth-wateringly good eateries. From tasty winter comfort food that will warm your cockles after a Christmas shopping sesh to exotic twists on festive classics, perfect for the office Christmas meal – we have a seasonal menu to keep everyone jolly.

The Club House: a twist on a Christmas classic

Celebrate Christmas with your choice of old-style all-American dishes at The Club House. Located overlooking the green at Chavasse Park, this chilled-out New England-inspired eatery offers the perfect combination of style, great food and drink and effortless class.

Renowned for its famous hanging kebabs, the restaurant’s alternative Christmas menu provides a delicious twist on this old favourite with the scrumptious Turkey Hanging Kebab, available between 28 November and 24 December. Served in a Noël-inspired orange and cranberry glaze and accompanied by roasties, sautéed sprouts and Chantenay carrots, this is one Christmas dish that certainly won’t disappoint. Indulge yourself in a sweet treat to finish with the baked Nutella and croissant pudding with biscoff and served with vanilla ice cream!

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Twas the bite before Christmas at Byron Burgers

Byron has an indulgent and rather Christmas menu this year, including festive twist on its much-loved burger, now aptly named the Rexmas, alongside Mince Pie Milkshake and a section of Mac & Cheese delights.

Try the B-Rexmas burger featuring:: beef patty, American cheese, bacon, onions, jalapeños, deep-fried onion ring, BBQ sauce, mayo, pickle served with an indulgent scoop of Mac & Cheese to make a monstrously over-the-top treat like no other. The C-Rexmas is also available for those wanting a chicken burger over a beef patty. Rexmas Baubles are next up on the menu and are Mac & Cheese balls topped with Byron’s signature Rexmas sauce. If that’s not enough finish off your meal with a refreshing Milkshake made with delicious ice cream from a family-owned farm in Devon, mixed with crushed mince pies. A spin on the classic winter treat, this extra thick, deliciously velvety mixture is a perfect accompaniment to any meal or alone for a bit of festive indulgence.


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A very Caribbean Christmas at Turtle Bay

If you are sick of traditional Christmas dinners, celebrate the holiday season Caribbean style at Turtle Bay. With three courses for £24 or four for £27, this reggae-infused Christmas menu in Liverpool’s city centre has become a local favourite in recent years.

For the veggies among you, don’t panic! There is no need to settle for yet another Christmas nut roast here. Tuck into the delicious Chestnut and Roasted Squash Curry with all the tropical trimmings for a little taste of paradise. And with a twist on a yuletide classic in the form of Rum Soaked Christmas Pudding to round things off, you’ll wonder why it’s taken you so long to celebrate Christmas, island style. This year you can even make it bottomless for just an extra £20, with unlimited cocktails, mocktails and Prosecco. Turtle Bay’s Christmas menu runs until 3 January.

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Christmas at Cosy Club

Choose from one of Liverpool’s best Christmas menus while marvelling at the magnificent Liverpool ONE Christmas tree at Cosy Club. From 3 December until Christmas Eve, this family favourite’s Christmas menu will leave you feeling festively full without overdoing it on the yuletide clichés.

Get into the holiday spirit with a Christmas Sharing Platter including Slow-Cooked Pulled Beef Brisket with melted bule cheese and warm toasted ciabatta, Maple Glazed Ham Hock Terrine and Baked Camembert with roasted garlic and rosemary. Then, for your main course, move on to divine Confit Duck Leg with dauphinoise potatoes, braised red cabbage and roasted plum, finished off with a red wine gravy. Finally, indulge your sweet tooth with the heavenly Chocolate and Cinder Toffee Cheesecake accompanied by salted caramel and chocolate sauce – a more than worthy replacement for the humble Christmas pudding, sure to be adored by any chocolate lover. The restaurant also offers a gluten-free version.

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Yard & Coop: the home of Christmas soul food

Yard & Coop is fast becoming one of Liverpool’s most popular hotspots – especially when you see a Yorkshire pudding wrap on this year’s quirky Christmas menu!

Tuck into buttermilk fried chicken, pigs in blankets, Yard and Coop’s great grandmas stuffing and cranberry sauce all loaded into a giant Yorkshire pudding. What’s even better is that it’s served with chips and chicken gravy for dunking. The popular Dirty Santa, a festive twist on the classic Dirty Bird, is also making a return as well as delicious cranberry spiced wings. It doesn’t get more festive than that!

With vegetarian options available upon request, Yard & Coop might soon become your newest Christmas tradition.


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With so many delicious and quirky Christmas menus to be found across Liverpool ONE, here’s our guide to the best alternative Christmas dinner ideas that you have to try this yuletide.Please remember that you can’t mix with different households whilst eating out, you must be in your own household or social bubble, and numbers must not exceed 6. We kindly ask that you continue to follow safety measures in place whilst visiting Liverpool ONE, you can find out more about them here.

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