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Neighbourhood, Liverpool

62 Castle St, Liverpool L2 7LQ, UK
Neighbourhood, Liverpool Review
5 Star Rating
15 January 2018Neighbourhood, LiverpoolTags: Liverpool, UK, Steakhouse reviewsThe Bill: £64 per head

Neighbourhood is a restaurant and bar that can be found in found in the heart of Castle Street in Liverpool. Its concept is inspired by the vibrancy of the food and drink scene you typically find in New York, and having visited Neighbourhood in Manchester we were thrilled to be visiting their Liverpool location. Neighbourhood not only invokes glamour, it’s also serving some of the best food and drink in Liverpool. Boasting a New York inspired menu, not only are dishes seasonal, well presented and well made, Neighbourhood's cocktail menu is one of international favourites, complete with house creations. Weekends are lively complete with DJ’s and live music which is a real hoot.

When we arrived at Neighbourhood we were greeted warmly and shown to our table. Of course we simply had to indulge in a pre-dinner cocktail and so I went for a These Chains “You Bound Around My Heart” cocktail, which saw Belvedere vodka, Black Sambuca, gasoline syrup and lemon. This cocktail was punchy and delicious as the glass literally came wrapped up in chains. My partner chose the Rock-a-Fella which is a mix of Woodford Reserve whiskey and tarragon syrup, rinsed in Sambuca and served over herbs and an ice sphere.

To begin our dining experience, we decided to share some of their sushi offering. We opted for the flamed salmon which is rolled with lime, coriander, mayonnaise and togarashi seasoning, along with the tiger prawn rolled with mango, parmesan and red onion. Each were beautifully presented and served as 6 rolls per choice, and each were packed with a wonderful marriage of flavours. We also sampled the Indian spiced prawn skewers served on a bamboo leaf, which certainly failed to disappoint.

“Neighbourhood not only invokes glamour, it also serving some of the best food and drink in Liverpool.”

For our main courses, my partner chose the 6oz fillet cooked to their personal preference, finished with a Chimichurri sauce. I opted for the salmon fillet served with bok choy, black bean sauce and sticky rice. We also added sides of straw fries with truffle oil and nori sprinkle, as well as chargrilled seasonal vegetables. We were impressed that everything was cooked to perfection, and there were certainly no complaints from us; everything was fresh and full of flavour.

To accompany our meal we chose a bottle of the 2016, Puro Malbec, Mendoza, Argentina which offered a fine spicy, peppery and warming addition to our meal.

We thoroughly enjoyed our visit to Neighbourhood Liverpool, and would certainly recommend this restaurant to anyone who is visiting this wonderful city.

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