Bottoms up: Chamber 36 

There is a little hidden gem in Liverpool, that is fast becoming my new favourite. Chamber 36 is a place you wouldn’t necessarily notice at first, quietly tucked away along Berry street, it is a beautiful restaurant but also perfect if you just fancy a few cocktails. I have been twice to Chamber 36, and both times I have found the service, the food and the atmosphere to be exceptional.

Not only does the menu have a great selection of classic chinese dishes, there is something for everyone. As a vegetarian, I was happy with the selection offered, particularly the small plates they offer. My fondness for Chamber 36 is also due to fact that they also offer a great Two Course special, which is perfect for lunch or dinner. This offer is available until 6pm with a range of options to choose from. Either choose the two courses with a soft drink (£10.50), a beer or wine (£12.50) or the third option of bottomless prosecco brunch (£25). It’s a perfect way to enjoy a date night, girls night or celebration!

I do not own. Photo taken from – http://www.chamber-36.co.uk/#top

Dining out is something I love to do, but don’t seem to do often enough. When I get the chance, I love trying out new places. Chamber 36 is one I would highly recommend. For the two-course meal offer there are some great options available, with the menu being updated and changed some what frequently.

On my second visit, I was happy to see Vegetarian spring rolls on the two course menu, which were of course delicious. The food is delivered quickly, very fresh and well presented and I cannot praise the service enough. Staff were efficient, friendly and didn’t rush us, even as it got quite busy.

 

 

Aside from the service, what I also love about Chamber 36 is the atmosphere. Though relatively small in size, it is a beautiful and welcoming place. With small touches, such as Chinese lanterns and gorgeous decorations that adorn the bar, it really is somewhere you can spend an entire afternoon, into the evening.

I highly recommend if you are in Liverpool to try out this restaurant, though booking in advance is wise.

 

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