Top 10 Brunch Restaurants and Best Breakfast in Liverpool

Liverpool is a vibrant city, full of history, with friendly locals and a cool edge. Much more than just the birthplace of The Beatles, there are plenty of things to see and do in this once industrial northern city. Eating out in Liverpool is a pleasure as hip coffee joints blend perfectly with upscale bistro’s, meaning that there is something to please everyone here.

Clockworks

Independently owned and dedicated to supplying great food and drink, Clockworks offers indulgently decadent breakfasts that really hit the spot. Using the finest ingredients without cutting corners on quality, you can enjoy filling food in a 200 year old building with an industrial look and the feel of a cosy cocktail bar. Menu favourites include candied belly bacon, wilted spinach and red pepper filled hash browns, Stornaway black pudding and a selection of freshly made vanilla waffles.

  • 11 Wolstenholme Square, Liverpool L1 4JJ
  • +441517070210
  • Monday – Thursday 09.00AM – 12.00AM, Friday – Saturday 09.00AM – 00.00AM and Sunday 10.00AM – 00.00AM

 

The Old Hardware Shop

You won’t miss the meat at this specialist vegetarian and vegan cafe, situated in the Woolton Village are of the city. The Old Hardware Shop is housed in exactly that – an old shop – and offers quirky retro interiors and fine veggie and vegan food. Breakfast choices are superb and diners can enjoy vegan breakfasts complete with vegan sausages, bacon and tofu scrambled eggs, as well as more unusual breakfast choices like falafel, hummus and freshly fried mushrooms.

  • 8 Woolton Street, Woolton Village, Liverpool L25 5JA
  • Tuesday – Friday 10.00AM – 5.00PM and Saturday 10.30AM – 5.00PM. Closed Sundays

 

The Dale Street Eatery – Delkery

As an independent family run cafe serving up delicious homemade meals, Delkery has quite a following in Liverpool. Set in a city centre location, with an extensive menu and friendly welcome, breakfast diners will be spoiled for choice here. One of the very best dishes on the menu is the create your own breakfast option that enables visitors to choose all the basics like bacon, sausage and egg and compliment with extras such as cous-cous with lentils, Feta cheese, roast peppers or even curried potatoes, turning a simple breakfast into a main event, and all at low prices.

  • Unit 3, Westminster Chambers, 90-98 Dale Street, Liverpool L2 5TF
  • +44 151 345 8898
  • Monday – Friday 08.00AM – 7.00PM and Sunday 10.00AM – 5.00PM

 

East Avenue Bakehouse

Situated at the top of Liverpool’s thriving Bond Street, the East Avenue Bakehouse is perfect placed for shoppers, commuters and visitors to the city to enjoy. Offering freshly baked breads and the very best local produce, breakfasts here are hearty and healthy. Choose from Loch Fyne smoked salmon &eggs, English muffins with gammon, smoked bacon lardons with Bury black pudding or Local Old Rainford sausage and any way eggs. If you would prefer something sweeter, choose the freshly baked Breakfast Bread Board with local preserves and butter.

  • 112 Bold Street, Liverpool, L1 4HY
  • +44 151 7086219
  • Monday 08.00AM – 5.00PM, Wednesday – Friday 08.00AM – 5.00 PM, Saturday 09.30 AM – 5.00PM and Sunday 09.30AM – 6.00PM. Closed Tuesdays

 

The Brunch Club

Serving up breakfast and brunch until 5.00PM everyday, The Brunch Club offers great food for early and late risers. In an industrial setting complete with huge leather Chesterfield sofas and bench style tables, diners can tuck into hearty breakfast fare. Some of the very best dishes on the menu include the full English breakfast complete with roasted vine tomatoes and Lancashire black pudding, the streaky bacon eggs Benedict and the Severn and Wye smoked salmon eggs Royale. If you fancy something to liven you up, they also do a selection of brunch cocktails.

  • 37-41 Duke St, Liverpool, L1 5AP
  • +44 151 7086219
  • Monday – Thursday 09.00AM – 5.00PM, Saturday and Sunday 08.00AM until late

 

Delifonseca

Located in a superb dockside location, Delifonseca is part of the fabric of the city. With plenty of yummy fresh produce to take home with you, breakfast at the Deli is a doubly delicious prospect. Breakfast menus are well thought out and offer a variety of filling dishes including Inverawe smoked salmon andscrambled eggs, a Dockers breakfast with Bury black pudding and sautéed potatoes, the Delifonseca Frittata, kippers, muffins and much, much more.

  • Brunswick Way, Liverpool L3 4BN
  • +44 151 255 0808
  • Monday – Saturday 08.00AM – 9.00PM and Sunday 09.30AM – 5.00PM

 

Leaf

What was once a very small tea shop in the city, has now become a sleek and sophisticated bar and restaurant offering an inventive and well executed menu. Breakfast diners can sip designer coffee and choose from a full English breakfast complete with roasted vine tomatoes, croquet potatoes and field mushrooms, or go veggie with halloumi, falafel sausages and spiced avodaco. The also offer a tasty looking smoked haddock and dill breakfast fish cake with caper berry salsa and hollandaise sauce. Leaf is definitely a delight for your tastebuds.

  • 64 – 65 Bold Street, Liverpool L1 4EZ
  • +44 151 707 7747
  • Monday – Thursday 09.00AM – 00.00AM, Friday and Saturday 09.00AM – 02.00AM and Sunday 10.00AM – 12.00AM

 

Tavern Co

Situated on the iconic Penny Lane, Tavern Co serves up hot brunches in eclectic Colonial style surroundings. Offering great comfort food, a chilled out atmosphere and efficient and friendly service, this is one of the best spots in the city to enjoy a long lazy brunch. Customer favourites include Boston bagels, eggs avocado, The Full American breakfast, breakfast burgers, chorizo scrambled eggs and pancakes with Oreo cookies and cream. They also serve fresh fruit platters and granola for those counting the calories.

  • 621 Smithdown Road, Penny Lane, Liverpool L15 5AG
  • +44 151 734 5555
  • Monday – Friday 09.00AM – 10.00PM, Saturday 09.00AM – 10.30PM (closes between 2.30 and 5.00PM) and Sunday 09.00AM – 10.00PM (closes between 2.30 and 4.30PM)

 

Barley and Beans

A cool and friendly hangout offering steaming hot coffee and a wide selection of breakfast fare. Barley and Beans is laid back with good food and efficient service. Diners can choose from a choice of full English breakfast plates, Canadian cinnamon toast, eggs Benedict or toasted focaccia with smashed avocado, or treat your sweet tooth with a portion of Barley’s fresh bubba waffles served with fruit, Nutella and cream. Freshly brewed coffees and a selection of teas are also available.

  • 17 Hatton Garden, Liverpool L3 2FE
  • +44 151 227 2472
  • Sunday – Thursday 09.30AM – 5.00PM, Friday and Saturday 09.30AM – 6.00PM

 

The Hanover Street Social

The Hanover Street Social is a trendy restaurant full of banquettes and bistro tables with an open kitchen and an innovative range of menus. Guests can expect a wait as this is one of the most popular eateries in the city, but will be pleased with the variety and quality of dishes on the breakfast menu. Customer favourites include Chargrilled 4oz sirloin steak with two fried eggs and crinkle cut chips, smashed avocado and poached eggs on toasted sourdough and artisan brioche buns served with sausage, bacon and fried egg. Traditional favourites like toast and jam and pancake stacks are also available.

  • 16-20 Hanover St, Liverpool L1 4AA
  • +44 151 709 8784
  • Saturday and Sunday 09.00AM – 11.30AM

 

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