Until we sat down I did not know that this was part of a chain of 80 restaurants (I counted the list!).
Do not let this put you off as the surroundings and choice were inviting.
The menu is extensive and typically French with service provided by mostly French staff. The service was prompt and the food took a reassuringly long time to appear.
It was Sunday lunchtime and the restaurant that held about 80 filled rapidly with a wide range of customers.
For a chain I most impressed although the intimacy of a small restaurant was missing, however if one opens in Liverpool I would definitely visit it.
Favorite Dish: I had Jarret d'agneau which was a medium sized lamb shank served with herb potato and vegetables. It was hot and tasty and presumably was a boil in the bag meal similar to ones that I buy from Costco priced at about £14 for 5.
The cost of the meal was £11.25 and three of us (all adults) ate for £42.40 which was Main courses, coffee and 2 litres of fizzy water.
All in all the meals were excellent and I presume reliably so. Definitely a risk-free choice of restaurant.
This was an old theatre it has been made into an italian restaurant.
The food was very good we all had a starter and main corse and all four of us enjoyed it very much.
Favorite Dish: I really liked the cheese ravioli.
This is a wonderful example of that great British institution - the Caff. It's not a restaurant, bistro or even cafe - it's a good old-fashioned caff with decent home-cooked food served at reasonable cost in unpretentious surroundings. I loved it.
The name is actually doubly appropriate as it stands opposite the train station, and is also part of the building of the bus station.
Favorite Dish: The Big Breakfast. It is exactly what it says it is - £4:30 including a mug of tea or coffee.
We pick up a quick snack at this shop and had our food delivered to the little cafe table on the sidewalk. The place was doing a good business with locals taking lunch back to their offices.
Favorite Dish: rich, warmed cheese scone