The London Carriage Works: modern international food, complemented by the use of local, organic and fresh seasonal produce. The London Carriage Works opened in December 2003, quickly establishing itself as one of Liverpool's leading restaurants, enjoying rave reviews and critical acclaim.
It was voted one of the top ten restaurants outside London in the 2005 Hardens Guide and achieved Liverpool's highest score for cooking in The Good Food Guide 2006. It has won Taste of England's Northwest four times in the last six years and is the only Liverpool restaurant to hold 2 AA rosettes. The building, built in the 1860s in the style of a Venetian Palazzo, was once the home of a coach and carriage builders.
The London Carriage Works acquired its name when during construction works the original sign above the restaurant doors became apparent in the stonework. The building, built in the 1860s in the style of a Venetian Palazzo, was once the home of a coach and carriage builders.
The Residents' Lounge operation has moved upstairs to sit alongside our restaurant where we have made a convivial space for kicking back and catching up. From Monday to Saturday, 5.00pm to midnight (10pm on Sunday) our lounge bar offers sandwiches and plates to share, and a British Artisan cheese selection. There are bottled beers, a 150 bin wine and Champagne list, spirits, aperitifs, liqueurs and a wide selection of cocktails. Our basement bar area, previously home to The Residents' Lounge is now available for private hire all week long. It is a fantastic space for parties, weddings and celebrations.
Walk through hidden rooms and discover the stories locked in the wartime bunker that protected the tactics and secrets of the British Armed Forces plotting to bulwark the Western Approaches and aid the Allied victory.