Another IG worthy venue has set up shop and opened its doors in Liverpool city centre. I’ve got to admit, I’m as partial to a flower wall as the next basic bitch and I love all things bright and beautiful décor wise, so on paper, Liberte is right up my street.
Located slap bang in the middle of town, both a stone’s throw away from the docks, Castle Street and both The Alchemist and Bar & Grill, it’s rubbing shoulders with the must-visit venues in the city. I headed along to Liberte with Cortney from Food Baby Blogs and despite me getting lost despite walking down Brunswick Street already, we found the building and headed on up to take in the view…
Gram’ goals a-plenty, Liberte ticks the boxes in terms of stylish booths, flower wall for getting your outfit picture, a beautiful floral display behind the bar and neon signs all over the gaf, it’s the perfect spot for girls night out or hen do’s coming to Liverpool. Not sure how much my fiancé would be into it….
The big selling point is the view. Located on The Stand, you have a prime spot for the Liver Birds and to see out to the docks. All the better for taking your Insta photos with…
Invited along to review the food menu, we had a choice of three starters and three mains. I went for;
- Vegetable spring rolls with wasabi aioli to start
- Sticky salmon fillet and Liberte noodles for my main
- Duck bon bons with hoi sin to start
- Chicken katsu curry with Liberte fried rice for her main
The food arrived quickly, I was pleasantly surprised by the portion sizes, much bigger than I thought they’d be, and overall it was really tasty. I loved the wasabi ailoli that accompanied the spring rolls and each dish was well presented too.
Again, the salmon and noodle dish was a larger portion that I’d expected, cooked well and full of flavour.
Liberte is the kind of place you can head early afternoon for food and stay right through till the evening working through the cocktail menu. Speaking of which, the drinks menu was mighty impressive with a choice of wines, spirits and cocktails.
From colour-changing gin cocktails to watermelon unicorns, each one was packed with alcohol and loads of flavour. Very moreish and easy to drink, with or without food.