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There are over 300 restaurants in Liverpool's city centre alone, so it can be difficult to make a decision. The city is well-known for its magnificent shopping centres and bustling streets, so restaurants are sometimes overlooked. Be sure to book into a Liverpool hotel, and relax after a long day of exploring Liverpool's culture, with a glass of wine and a bite to eat in some of the UK's most award-winning and impressive eateries.

Home of fine dining, The Monro on Duke Street is a one- stop- shop for food artistry, oozing class and sophistication in a beautiful venue. Sample the a la carte menu, which sees some of its head chef's hand-chosen cuisine such as wild rabbit cooked with puy lentils and shoulder of Hampshire lamb served with pea and mint mash. The bar also has an extensive cocktail menu, for a few after dinner drinks by the log fire or in the beer garden on a sunny day.

Also located on Duke Street, Il Forno Italian restaurant is considered one of the UK's Top 10 for fine Italian cuisine. From classic spaghetti bolognaise to contemporary seared tuna with vegetable pasagnetta- Il Forno promise fresh, made-to-order food that gives you a true taste of Italy.

Sapporo Teppanyaki can be found in many locations across the UK, but the Liverpool venue is one of the finest. Take your seat, choose your first and main course, and then enjoy your starter whilst their in-house authentic Japanese chefs entertain and prepare your food in front of you- exactly the way you like on huge hot plates. Chefs can be seen firing potato chips into the mouths of onlookers, to be accompanied with great dips, brought to the table by your hostess. A fantastic dining experience, Sapporo will not disappoint those who seek an evening's entertainment.

The London Carriage works is right in the heart of Liverpool's City Centre, boasting not one, but two AA Rosettes for excellence. Free range, seasonal ingredients are the name of the game and sought after head chef Paul Askew is dedicated to minimal food created with love- and of course the best ingredients available. Their Sunday Roast is a must- sample and it's so affordable too.

Thai restaurant Chaophraya is one of the best eateries in Liverpool, boasting great oriental food and luxury service. Its sister restaurants have won several awards for excellence and modern dining, and with its gourmet menus and inexpensive cuisine, it's sure to live up to even the finest of palates. It’s located near the Liverpool Playhouse too, so if you are catching a show afterwards, it's within perfect walking distance back to your Liverpool hotel.

Jesse Wallace writes for a digital marketing agency. This article has been commissioned by a client of said agency. This article is not designed to promote, but should be considered professional content.

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