Restaurants to Try This Mother’s Day

Restaurants to Try This Mother’s Day

Liverpool ONE is the place to go for great food. Whether you go to Hanover Street, The Terrace, Paradise Street or anywhere in between, you’ll find a variety of stylish restaurants offering award winning food. Find out some fantastic places to go this Mother’s Day and treat your mum to an amazing evening out.

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The Club House

First up is The Club House on The Terrace. Overlooking the beautiful Chavasse Park, The Club House offers a slice of the Hamptons in the heart of the city. Inspired by East Coast cookouts, their menu showcases an all-American old-style rotisserie with a modern twist. Experience family recipes full of vibrant flavours that will delight any palette.

A particular favourite is their rotisserie meats which are cooked low-and-slow in their own juices for an intensely rich taste. We’d recommend the Lamb Leg which is brushed with fresh rosemary and garlic sea salt and served with cucumber and mint yoghurt, a dish that goes perfectly with one of their classic cocktails. Book a table now and take you and your mum on The Club House’s endless vacation this Mother’s Day.


The Club House



If your mum loves Asian food, you have to take her to Wagamama on The Terrace. Their food is designed to soothe, nourish, sustain and inspire, and is made with only the freshest of ingredients. They offer everything from ramen to curry, donburi to teppanyaki, as well as a huge selection of authentic Asian drinks.

We love the Katsu Curry featuring chicken coated in crispy panko breadcrumbs, covered in an aromatic curry sauce and served with sticky white rice and a side salad – delicious! Wagamama’s warm and intimate interior help make this a great pick too to spend some quality time with your mum – its sociable atmosphere means its easy to relax. Book a table now!





For a more traditional dining option, head to Bill’s on Thomas Steers Way. Their menu is made up of a mix of classics as well as their own take on modern British cuisine. Its easy to find something you’ll love here, due to the sheer number of delicious dishes on offer. Try something new with a sharing plate, enjoy a hearty steak or satisfy your sweet tooth with one of their tasty desserts!

We’d recommend Bill’s Fish Pie for your main. Made up of cod, salmon, smoked haddock, prawns, peas, spring onions and mustard and cheddar mash, this classic dish will warm your soul. Enjoyed by candlelight in their comfortable surroundings, mums will love all that Bill’s has to offer this Mother’s Day.




Jamie’s Italian

Another great restaurant in Liverpool is Jamie’s Italian on Paradise Street. Famed for its authentic Italian food, Jamie’s is a must for pasta lovers. You have to try their Carbonara – a Casarecce pasta with golden smoky pancetta, sweet leeks, cracked black pepper and Parmesan that will make you feel like you’re in Rome!

No trip is complete either without trying their much-loved Torta Di Nada. A Jamie’s Italy classic, this dessert is a blueberry and olive cake topped with whipped cream, honey and orange zest! Full of incredible flavours, you’ll be left wanting more. Book a table now.


Jamie's Italian



Finally, Browns on Paradise Street is known for delivering simple but sumptuous food in sophisticated surroundings. Their food is cooked fresh to order and made with only the very best of ingredients, making it an ideal place to go if you really want to spoil your mum this Mother’s Day.

We’d recommend the 8oz sirloin steak served with lightly dressed baby watercress and thick cut chips – we guarantee it’ll be one of the best steaks your mum has ever tasted! Book a table now and enjoy a Mother’s Day meal in the beautiful surroundings of this elegant restaurant.




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