Here are some of my recommendations for spending time on Bold Street, Liverpool.

Bold Street in Liverpool is home to some of the best coffee shops and restaurants in Liverpool. Here is my guide to just a few of my personal favourites. There will be more features discussing the rest of the amazing restaurants and coffee shops on Bold Street in the future!


Address: 70 Bold St, Liverpool L1 4HR

Rope and Twines is one of my personal favourite coffee shops and I find it perfect for a relaxing coffee in the day and a glass of wine in the evening.

I love the cappuccinos and the flat whites. Food wise I would highly recommend the cheese and chutney toastie. (A big shout but in my opinion it is one of best cheese toastie in Liverpool!)

When I’m being more strict with my diet I would recommend the scrambled eggs on toast or the granola with pecan yoghurt.

I would recommend visiting Ropes and Twines of a weekend for a bottle of Wine and the live music.


Address: 69 Bold St, Liverpool L1 4EZ

The first time I went to Mowgli I’d never even heard of it but I instantly fell in love with it. The gorgeous interior and the cosy feel makes you feel instantly at home.

I went with my boyfriend who had visited before so he recommended some great dishes that we both really enjoyed for my first visit to Mowgli, we ordered the Yoghurt Chat Bombs which literally burst with flavour into your mouth and I would highly recommend trying these for a starter that you wouldn’t find anywhere else!

Additionally, we ordered the Mother Butter Chicken which was a perfect addition to the spicy Gunpowder Chicken as the two balanced eachother out as one was nicely spicy and the other was more mild.

I love Mowgli and I cannot wait to go back there to try more of their Indian street dishes. You can also purchase the Mowgli Street Food recipe book by founder Nisha Katona if you would want to create the Mowgli dishes at home. I would recommend recreating the Mowgli Fish and Chips and the Tamarind Ribs!

I would recommend visiting Mowgli with your friends for the ultimate Indian street food feast.


Address: 94 Bold St, Liverpool L1 4HY  

We actually found FOGO accidentally by struggling to find somewhere to eat as we hadn’t booked anywhere on a busy Friday night! But I am so glad we found FOGO as it is now one of my favourite restaurants in the city, and on Bold Street in particular.

FOGO is a Brazilian meat restaurant were you pay a set price of £22 and you receive the menu of a variety of meats for example, different cuts of steak, chicken, pork, sausage and lamb etc. Additionally, there is a huge selection of salads and Brazilian side dishes. I particularly enjoy the Cinnamon Pineapple and the Parmesan Pork.

FOGO operates on a card system of Red and Green cards and they are used to indicate when you would like more food. Red: We would not like anymore at the moment. Green: Yes, we would like more food. So you can definitely have a portion size that suits you personally at FOGO, that’s another thing I love about FOGO.

Since our discovery of FOGO, our love of this restaurant has spread through family and friends who also love it.


Address: 89 Bold St, Liverpool L1 4HF

Anyone who frequents Bold Street will have definitely visited Bold Street Coffee and it is one of my favourite places to have a quick coffee or to do some work in a relaxing environment… and the food and coffee aren’t bad either haha.

Whenever I visit BSC in the morning I will always get a Scrambled egg buoy or the Wild Berries Pancakes. For lunch I would always go for the Chicken Caesar Salad and as a salad lover it is one of my favourites in the city. Additionally, in terms of coffee I would recommend the Cappuccino and the Oat Milk Latte.

If you haven’t visited Bold Street Coffee before, I would recommend it be your next coffee shop to visit.

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