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Exploring Liverpool

Exploring Liverpool - Lark Lane

By HallsLife 18 Jun 2020

Lark Lane is a real hidden gem in the South of the City with amazing restaurants and bars. Here are some of the top spots we recommend visiting and exploring, just make sure you follow all government guidelines about who you can eat out with, and check the restaurants Social Media to book in advance where possible.

Polidor 68

Polidor is one of 'the lane's' most popular spots. This quirky bistro has an extensive bar with wine, beers, spirits and cocktails as well as delicious food to cater for everyone - in particular we can vouch for the vegan breakfast as a must try!

Nonno’s Pizza & Plates

Nonno’s serves up traditional wood-fired pizzas and classic Italian dishes, and also happens to have one of the best outdoor spaces in the ares - ideal for a sunny afternoon! 

Hafla Hafla 

Hafla Hafla opened in 2018 and specialises in middle eastern dishes. Popular items on the menu include the infamous halloumi fries, house hummus and the wild rice bowl. Definitely worth a try!

Elif Restauran

Elif is a homely restaurant that transports the Turkish BBQ style to Liverpool. As well as it's sister restaurant on Bold Street, Elif vows to provide large portions packed with great flavours authentic to the Turkish roots in which it is embedded.

The Lodge 

The Lodge brings a traditional English pub to the otherwise quirky Lark Lane. Serving a huge variety of cask ales, cocktails, lager and hearty pub grub - they do a great Sunday roast (pictured below) but make sure you get down early as it's super popular!

Love and Rockets 

Love and Rockets brings the university life feel to Lark Lane with a simplistic menu which provides choice of stone baked pizzas, nachos and hot dogs amongst others - all truly great value for money. The recent addition of the outdoor area (pictured below) is a real game changer and this is often one of the liveliest areas on the Lane.

The Bookbinder

Serving breakfast, lunch, dinner and 'everything in between', the bookbinder has an extensive menu with locally sourced ingredients. There's lots to keep you entertained here too with books and vintage board games scattered around with a soundtrack of 60's garage tunes and northern soul.

We hope you enjoy your experience on Lark Lane! If you use any of the recommendations from our our guide make sure to tag us at @livunihalls