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London Carriage Works is an inviting restaurant that serves British food and boasts an extensive wine list that compliments each dish effortlessly.

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Daily 07:00-22:00

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By Jules B.

As I went to this restaurant with clients, I cannot comment on price as I didn't pay, however from what I saw the pricing was on the expensive side. I went with a group of 8 people for a work dinner. we were seated in the bar while our group arrived, the bar was nice, comfortable, with big leather couches. we were also given a platter of breads and olives to eat while we waited. Once at our table we all ordered a variety of meals, which were excellent. as this is an upmarket restaurant the portions are very very small, however the meal was filling, and delicious. the wine was also some of the best i have had, however it was roughly £30 per bottle. Dessert was delicious.. as was the coffee and cheese board. I would say that this is not suitable for family dining. Not only is it on the posh side, but i dont think children would be accomodated for as it is a pretty 'grown up' restaurant. I personally would have been annoyed if i had paid over £50 for 3 courses if there were kids running round the tables. go with your other half and enjoy the serene atmosphere and intimate lighting!!

By Jo G.

I have to disagree with the last reviewer. we ate there early yesterday evening.

Lovely food, though not much choice for veggies my picky children thoroughly enjoyed their choices ( a chicken-less version of the linguine was produced for my daughter).

Service was efficient and pleasant. I'm deducting a star only because the puddings, though delicious, did not include anything light such as an anisette de fruits.

By Valerie T.

This is the worst restaurant I have ever been to, can we award negative stars? I went with my family for Mothers Day and the food was awful and the service worse.

By Sharon D.

After reading several favourable reviews on The London Carriage Works restaurant, Liverpool we decided to book a table. Unfortunately our experience was not as pleasant as the many reviews, mostly over a year old; it seems that the place has gone downhill.

When booking we asked for a table at 9pm, they informed us that they did not have a table available until 9:30, but if we came in at 9 and sat at the bar they would probably be able to seat us earlier. This was not a problem as the bar area looked lovely in the photos so we came in shortly after 9, informed the waitress of our arrival and sat in the bar area, by 9:45 we still hadn’t been shown to our table, upon asking when our table would be ready the young waitress showed us to a table that looked like it had been ready for quite a while, had they forgotten us?

Our coats were not taken as you would have expected from a restaurant of this class, we had to walk across the room and hang them up ourselves on the coat stand.We looked at the menu, ordered our food and asked for a wine list which we would have expected to be given at the same time as the menu.

Our starters arrived, but still no wine list, we had to ask for it again. The waiter serving our starters had not been informed who was having what and had to ask us, I found this very unprofessional. The wine list was handed to my husband while he was in the middle of eating his soup causing him to spill some. We ordered the wine which didn’t arrive until just before our mains were served, once again the waiter had to ask who was having what.

While we were eating our meals the waiter was cleaning the tables near us with smelly disinfectant spray, not creating a pleasant environment to enjoy our meals in.The restaurant and bar area are very modern with a lot of glass and lighting effects, the tables do not have tablecloths and are far too close together, it’s not cosy and the overall atmosphere is not dissimilar to a