Going out for breakfast is a real treat at the moment.
Over the past few months, I’ve been scouting out the best places to eat breakfast whether it’s pre-work, post-meeting success or you’re catching up with friends over the weekend.
There are so many places to eat in Liverpool; ones in which I’ve been loyal to for a number of years, some which I’ve only just discovered and some which I haven’t eaten stumbled across yet.
But I wanted to share a handful of fantastic food spots with you all – for the times you may be visiting Liverpool or for those who are in the area majority of the time like I am.
Location: Tower Building, 22 Water Street
Despite the lack of website and their sister café being located on Paradise Street, Café Lucaya is a hidden spot right near the Liver Building and is the perfect place to visit when you’ve been walking around the Albert Docks.
My personal favourite is the avocado with poached eggs on sourdough (£6.50) and it is absolutely incredible. The staff are friendly, there is food options for everyone and don’t even get me started on how gorgeous the décor is.
The Brunch Club
Location: 37-41 Duke Street
This place has been on my to-eat-at list for quite some time (and yes, I have a list) and holy Dumbledore, it certainly did not disappoint as it was the best start to any Sunday I’ve had in a very long time.
Pancakes are an item of food that I very rarely eat but a girl has to treat herself every now and then, right? My personal trainer heavily disagrees but for £6.00, you really can’t go wrong for three fluffy pancakes and lots of streaky bacon on top.
Oh and I’d highly recommend the avocado on sourdough – just minus the beetroot and feta, plus the streaky bacon.
Location: 7 Falkner Street
I need a members card for this place because it has been my go-to place for smashed avocado for a number of years and it truly is the absolute best in Liverpool. The Quarter is perfect if you are a blogger, shooting content in the Georgian Quarter as it is quite literally down the road.
The avocado is insane, the sourdough is fresh and don’t even get me started on the always perfectly poached eggs (£6.50) because I’m pretty certain that they’re the reason I go back time and time again.
Oh and the eggs benedict (£7.50) is pretty damn fantastic as well.