In Liverpool, we have an amazing selection of restaurants and bars for girls night, hen parties, family celebrations, a last minute night out and of course, date night.
The Mr and I were kindly invited down to the St Peters Square location in Liverpool for a mid-week date night **
** Date night = watching England in the semi-final of the World Cup.
I’ll be honest: neither the Mr or I thought the food would be as good as it was. It was brilliant and the service was even better.
We started off in a booth right at the front of the restaurant, but once it reached 6:45pm, we were asked if we would like to move seats to be closer to the big screen and well, they didn’t need to ask us twice.
However, moving seats meant that I lost all the natural light so if the images are slightly grainy, you know why.
We were quick to order drinks: a diet coke for me and a beer for the Mr (who had a horrific motorway journey en route to our date night).
Let’s talk about food.
WE WENT ALL IN.
We decided to have a three course meal and they very kindly brought our starters out with our mains so it was a real treat whilst we were watching the England match.
At Revolution, they have an incredible deal on for starters in which you could order three dishes for £13 which is just fantastic and there is a lot of choice. I will include individual prices as well for those interested..
- Calamari with aioli and lemon (£4.25). The Mr ate all these as I’m not a fan.
- Garlic flatbread with garlic butter and parsley (£4.25)
- Buttermilk fried chicken strips with big easy mayo (£5.25). These were probably my favourite out of the three.
I ordered the Steak Frites: 8oz rump steak, garlic butter and fries (£12.50). I swapped my fries for coleslaw and the garlic butter did a disappearing act as it was nowhere to be found.
The Mr ordered Slow-Cooked BBQ Ribs: Full rack of slow-cooked pork ribs with smothered in chipotle BBQ sauce, served with fries and coleslaw. (£12.95). He inhaled these and from what he said, the meat just fell off the bone.
I originally wanted to order the brownie but sadly, they had sold out which was a disappointment as the Baked New York Cheesecake (£3.95) just didn’t live up to expectations. Perhaps I was too full?
The Mr ordered the Chocolate Concrete Sundae (£4.25) which consisted of salted caramel and chocolate sauce, vanilla ice cream, popping candy, bourbon biscuits and rainbow drops. It looked insane and I’m pretty certain he enjoyed it.
A huge thank you to the Revolution at St Peter’s Square in Liverpool, we had a lovely date night with some delicious dishes!
I’ll be back to try the chocolate brownie, that’s for sure.
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