From nibbles and coffees to restaurants and take away, St George’s Quarter has wide offer which suits everybody’s preferences.

Try the best coffee while you are enjoying art in any of the galleries and museums or have a relax meal in the restaurants in Queen Square.

Queen Square

Queen Square

Queen Square – The world in one square, visit Queen Square is a must do when spending a day in St George’s Quarter, they have a diverse offer of Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, American and Mediterranean restaurants including: La Tasca, Nando’s, Ask Italian, Buffalo Jacks, Burguer King and Gecko. You will find that unusual taste which will make a unbelievable memory of your day.

St George’s Hall Cafe - Eight new apprentices recruited by Liverpool Community College run the cafe which re-opened for Easter 2012.  The youngsters will be responsible for preparing fresh sandwiches and cakes each day and will also take on front-of-house duties to welcome visitors to the newly opened café.

World Museum Cafe – This café is on the ground floor and serves light refreshments including pastries, cakes, snacks and beverages. Highchairs are available.

Walker Art Gallery Cafe

Walker Art Gallery Cafe

Walker Art Gallery Cafe – The café is located on the ground floor and is open 10am-4.45pm daily. They serve hot and cold meals, snacks and drinks, including a children’s selection. It is a self-service facility but waitress service is available for visitors who require assistance. A children’s menu and highchairs are also available.

St Johns Food Court – Major restaurateurs including McDonalds, KFC and Subway are based at St Johns Food Court, take a break while shopping and enjoy their food.