The London Carriage Works and Liverpool Philharmonic are perfect neighbours for pre-concert and post-concert meals.
The London Carriage Works is open seven days a week, from breakfast to nightcaps with lunch, afternoon tea, supper and dinner in between. All are complemented with a finely stocked bar for aperitifs, cocktails, digestifs and a new introduction of half bottles of wine. The restaurant has 2 AA Rosettes and holds an AA Notable Wine List.
Menus use local, fresh and the best quality ingredients for delicious modern dishes. For our concert going diners the pre fixe or a la carte is served from 5pm everyday with swift service guaranteed to get you across the road.
A prix fixe two course is £22 and three courses is £27.50. (Pudding can be kept for post-concert return!)
Since opening in 2003, with a large and jolly Thanksgiving dinner for then conductor, Gerard Schwartz and friends, The London Carriage Works and Liverpool Philharmonic have been fast friends. Head Chef Dave Critchley is particularly delighted with the loyalty and feedback from regular pre-concert diners and looks forward to growing the partnership with new ideas - especially pre-concert dining on the Fifth Floor, a space with stunning views over the city, along the horizon to the Welsh mountains and right out to the Irish Sea.
The London Carriage Works is part of the eponymous Hope Street Hotel; it occupies the ground floor of the Victorian warehouse whose original company name is writ large and high on the lintel above. Despite being a bit of a mouthful, the name was kept - as a nod to the Street’s heritage. Inside the restaurant there are prints and original pieces of work by poet and artist Adrian Henri who was also a fellow neighbour and supporter of the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra.