The London Carriage Works is one of those hotel restaurants that's a destination in its own right. In fact, it's one of the few places where the restaurant came first with the Hope Street Hotel created afterwards.
Chef patron Paul Askew is a life-force of the city's dining scene – a member of the Academy of the Culinary Arts, he's had the pleasure of cooking for the Queen, Condoleezza Rice and most of the Liverpool FC team.
Not impressed by celebrity name dropping? The 2 AA Rosette food speaks for itself here – it's won numerous awards and has a big following amongst everyday folk as well as famous types.
It takes its inspiration from the wealth and variety of the produce of the North West: vegetables from Claremont Farm on the Wirral, sea bass caught from Liverpool bay, Duroc pork, a rare Iron Age breed from the Rhug Estate in North Wales, and Barnston beef from Callum Edge. Quality ingredients cooked by award-winning chefs in stunning surroundings.
If you'd like to go (and why wouldn't you?) make the most of the offer they're running for Liverpool Confidential readers at the moment – three courses and a bottle of wine between two for just £20pp. Click here to book.
And make sure you enter this competition to win a three course dinner for two with a bottle of wine – it'll be a night out to remember.
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