Tuesday 16th of February 2016
Liverpool is famed for its rich cultural history and its maritime heritage, and there are tourist attractions in abundance in this northern city. If you’re looking to head out for a spot of sight seeing (and there are plenty of sights to be seen) then you’re not going to want to do it on an empty stomach. Here at Easirent, we have compiled a list of our favourite breakfast spots in the city, so if you’re vegan, veggie, a meat eater, or you just fancy a pancake – we’ve got you covered. Pick up your Easirent hire car from our Liverpool Airport branch and take a drive to one of these breakfast hotspots.
1. Ma Boyle’s Alehouse and Eatery
Recently having undergone an extensive renovation, Ma Boyle’s Alehouse and Eatery is a little gem in the heart of Liverpol’s commercial district. Only a stone’s throw away from Liverpool’s famed UNESCO world heritage waterfront, which includes the city’s iconic Three Graces, Ma Boyle’s serves up a brilliant breakfast. Diners can build their own breakfast from the extensive menu, which ranges for a small breakfast (four items), medium breakfast (six items) and a large breakfast (eight items). We’d recommend choosing the halloumi and the mushrooms, plus there’s free coffee refills – bonus!
2. The Moon and Pea
Located on leafy Lark Lane, the Moon and Pea is a fine little bistro, which serves up delicious home made and locally sourced food. Opening at 11am each day, the Moon and Pea is the perfect place to grab some brekkie before heading out in your Easirent hire car to explore the local area. Make sure that you order the Full English breakfast as they’re practically famous for it in those parts.
Located on the quirky, bohemian Bold Street, Leaf is a cosy tea emporium in the middle of the city centre. This is the perfect pit stop to grab some breakfast before heading off on your Liverpool road trip, and they serve a brilliant breakfast. Full English breakfasts come with home made toast, black pudding and crispy potatoes.
4. Brunch Club
A fairly recent addition to Liverpool’s culinary map, the Brunch Club is located on Duke Street in the Ropewalks area of Liverpool. If you’re after a bit of a guilty pleasure breakfast, then this is the place to come. Choose the blueberry pancakes with bacon and maple syrup to really get yourself in gear for a day of exploring Liverpool.
5. Unit 51
Hop in your Easirent hire car and head to the old manufacturing district of Liverpool, the Baltic Triangle, where you’ll find Unit 51. Serving up delicious, locally sourced and free range meals, the breakfasts in here are top notch, and the hand made sourdough bread is well worth the journey.