Not content with offering food and drink for your lunch and dinner (and supper), Duke Street Market is now serving the most important meal of the day.
The food and drink market based on Duke Street in the Ropewalks area of Liverpool, has launched breakfasts from six kitchens, available Wednesday-Sunday from 10am until 12pm.
Breakfast dishes range from buttermilk pancakes and warm oats to bacon sandwiches and more substantial meals in the shape of cooked breakfasts, steak and eggs, and ham hock crumpets. Prices for breakfast dishes range between £6-11.
We can vouch for at least two. Buttermilk pancakes with whipped honey cream, fresh mango, pumpkin spiced granola and mango caramel from FINCA are a ridiculously rich, sharp-and-sweet treat with crunch, unctuousness and cloud-light batter.
Cuban-inspired FINCA also offers scrambled eggs, with optional chorizo or with garlic mushrooms.
Cinder’s full breakfast features a fat, juicy bacon chop with sausages, scrambled egg, homemade beans and a bubbly, squeaky potato hash. Cinder, which specialises in cooking meat and fish over an open fire, also serves sausage and smoked bacon sandwiches.
Plant-based Indigo Greens is serving up its Full Indigo Breakfast, breakfast stacker, toast three ways for those who can’t decide, and warm autumn oats.
Red meat specialist Bone and Block has introduced a breakfast burger, ham hock crumpet, steak and eggs and bacon, egg and avocado on toast.
As a venue Duke Street Market’s versatility is a huge bonus. It’s chilled, spacious and welcomes children and dogs. It’s common to see the Mac brigade doing some remote working, business types working through lunch and Mums juggling a little ‘un while tackling a coffee and brunch.
Buttermilk pancakes with whipped honey cream, fresh mango, pumpkin-spiced granola and mango caramel from FINCA are a ridiculously rich, sharp-and-sweet treat with crunch, unctuousness and cloud-light batter.
Duke Street Market also boasts two bars, a roof terrace and Pilgrim restaurant on the mezzanine – winners of the BBC’s My Million Pound Menu winners.
The restaurant was recently awarded Merseyside’s only Michelin Bib Gourmand for 2020 and has been picking up rave reviews in the national press. It serves Spanish-themed small plates and is inspired by the Camino De Santiago Pilgrimage.
Duke Street Market
46 Duke Street, Ropewalks, Liverpool L1 5AS
10am-Late; Wednesday – Sunday