• Food and Drink
“It was something my late mother had always desired” – how Obe’s Kitchen honours traditional Nigerian cuisine
It’s no secret that many different restaurants and traders have begun to pop up since the less hopeful days of . . .
“I’m not motivated by money” – Fika owner Anthony Grice on friends, farmer’s markets and feeding Liverpool
Much more than a coffee shop, a businessman or a chef, Fika owner Anthony Grice lives up to the spirit of community in the city.
“Everyone gets on really well around here” East River owner on Allerton Road’s burgeoning food scene and surviving lockdown.
“People made a point of coming in to support us” – How Espresso Plus turned lockdown into a positive
While many businesses have seen a huge shift to takeaways, for one Mossley Hill independent, Espresso Plus, it wasn’t the case.
“Customers drive for hours just to try our food” – Love Kimchi brings Korean-style colour and flavour to Smithdown
Authentic Korean food on Smithdown Road? The idea seemed impossible. But Love Kimchi has come to the rescue with a riot of flavour and colour.
After around four years of operating at several pop-up sites, Skaus have found the perfect place to call home.
Candice Mulligan is bringing The Tenner Festival to Liverpool and tells us where you can get a good meal, a gift, a care package for just ten English pounds…
What happens when you take the night out of nightlife and replace a Jägerbomb with a latte instead? That’s the question posed by Coffee & Turntables…