Liverpool food court popular with locals named among the best in UK

The food and drink market is home to six local vendors.

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An award-winning Liverpool food and drink market has been named one of the best food courts in the whole of the UK.

National Geographic Traveller have short-listed seven of their favourite food courts, and Duke Street Market has been listed at number four.

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The food and drink market is based in the heart of Liverpool city centre and is home to six kitchens offering a range of cuisines from seafood to Cuban street food.

The venue is loved by locals but is walk-in only, so there are often queues of people waiting to go inside.

The six kitchens serve food from 12pm and visitors can order a range of meals from all of the vendors, using a QR code. The food hall concept means customers can enjoy a range of cuisines and small plates from different eateries, with options for all dietary requirements.

The quirky venue is in a warehouse style, with a range of seating options, including long benches and more intimate tables.

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The full UK list

  • Bonnie & Wild, Edinburgh
  • Mercato Mayfair, London
  • Mackie Mayor, Manchester
  • Duke Street Market, Liverpool
  • Cutlery Works, Sheffield
  • Shelter Hall, Brighton
  • Eataly, London

Two other Liverpool food halls were also named as the best in the UK, according to a guide by Big 7 Travel and EnjoyTravel, so the city is definitely one to visit if you enjoy this new way of dining with friends!

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