Best places to visit in Liverpool

Discover the best places to visit in Liverpool, from the best brunch spots to hidden gem restaurants.

Hannah, our Hello Student resident, reveals all…

Hardware Coffee + Kitchen


Hardware Coffee + Kitchen on Renshaw Street is one of the best places to visit in Liverpool city centre. The cafe does some of the best breakfasts I’ve ever had. Previously, a Rapid Hardware store, the space has been completely transformed into the most modern, aesthetic café that will have anyone taking an instagram story of their food. The space is bright and alive with plants hanging from the ceiling, but the star of the show is of course the food. The menu varies with a wide range of brunch plates. I’ve tried the eggs benedict and the baked eggs, and they were both so amazing that I can’t tell you which one I prefer. Hardware Coffee + Kitchen is the perfect spot for all the breakfast and brunch foodies and one of the best places to visit in Liverpool.


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Bamboo Brunch & Cocktails


If you’re more of a sweet tooth, Bamboo Brunch & Cocktails on Bold Street in Liverpool is the place for you. The french toast could actually put you into a coma, it was that good. The portion size is insane, I couldn’t even finish my food. If you’re looking for a bottomless brunch vibe then Bamboo Brunch & Cocktails offers the best. I’d definitely recommend, the cocktails were perfection and service was brilliant. They have different price options for the bottomless brunch too which is great, especially for students. Defnantly try out this hotspot with your friends, you’ll agree that this is one of the best places to visit in Liverpool.


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Ban Di Bul


This being said, one of my best kept secrets is just across the street at Ban Di Bul. This Korean BBQ restaurant is one of my all-time favourite spots and defiantly one of the best places to visit in Liverpool for a unique dining experience.  If you’re unfamiliar with Korean BBQ, you’re about to love it. At Ban Di Bul, you can order different types of raw meat and cook it yourself at the table on a hot plate, offering a unique dining experience and something that turns into a fun activity, while still enjoying delicious food. Ban Di Bul offers a range of plates on the menu, including platters and dishes that are already prepared for you if you don’t fancy being a chef for the evening. I recommend the bulgogi marinated beef, it tasted incredible. If you’re looking for a dining experience that is a little different, Ban Di Bul in Liverpool is for you and a must visit.


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The Merchant


Finally, my favourite place for an evening is The Merchant down the road on Slater Street. They have it all, a drinks bar and a pizza bar – what more could you want? The pizza is insane, and they have so many different options. Honestly, one of the best slices of pizza I had was a duck pizza from this place. It wasn’t until I went back for another slice that I realised it was actually vegetarian! They also do 2-4-1 deals on certain gin cocktails during the week, which definitely hit the spot. The Merchant is the best place to visit in Liverpool for any student budget. The vibe is fun and authentic and a brilliant spot to socialise with a group of friends. If that’s the vibe you are after, The Merchant is the best place to visit in Liverpool for you.


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