Eating Out

University student unions would be the first - but possibly not the best - port of call for budget food. With the ever increasing amounts of international students making Liverpool their new home, canteens try to cater for different tastes, including Halal and Kosher.

To try a good British breakfast and cup of tea call into the Pilgrim Pub off Hardman Street. It serves up tasty food for student prices. Meanwhile, Caesar’s Palace by Lime Street Station in the city centre has cheap pizza and pasta on the menu and Wetherspoons is always a winner for hearty pub grub. Vegetarians can try the meat-free menu at the Egg Cafe and Grill on Newington, which is open from morning till midnight and the nearby Green Fish Cafe during the day.

Liverpool’s Chinatown is located at the bottom of Hardman Street, with the Mayflower restaurant a favourite for eating-in on Duke Street and for taking-away. Indian food is becoming increasingly popular among the English population with plenty of restaurants dotted around the city.