The Egg Café is said to be the perfect spot in city centre for vegetarian and vegans, thanks to its laid back atmosphere.
Locals have been praising the independent business over on our sister site, 2chill.
One past customer explained how the café oozes with bohemian character from the get go.
Situated in an grand old Victorian warehouse, writing their daily menu on a blackboard behind the counter, it’s not hard to see why.
Rating the venue four stars, William Whitby said: “Just on a side street off Bold Street, Egg Café is nestled away atop an unassuming flight of stairs from the street.
“Once up the stairs to the upper loft of the building the café oozes with a bohemian character from the moment you walk in.
“The café caters for Liverpool’s vegetarian and vegan crowd as the food on offer is all fresh, enticing and affordable. I had the vegan breakfast and it filled me right up after my brunch date and I enjoyed the assortment of coffees and teas as well.
“The cakes and desserts looked delicious.”
If, unlike William, you fancy something else other than a fry up to tickle your taste buds you can choose from the likes of their famous French toast and forest berries, pancakes with banana and maple syrup or their flavour of the day quiche.
As a fully licensed hotspot, you can wash down their plant-based meals with a glass of wine all while admiring a dramatic and panoramic view of the city centre.
Alternatively, if you plan to make a night of it you can bring your own bottle of wine at £2 per person corkage.
After visiting, Liverpool ECHO reporter Charlotte Hadfield, rated the café five stars: “Egg Café is a vegetarian café/restaurant just off Bold Street in the city centre. They do lovely, hearty, homemade meals which are really reasonable and you can take your own alcohol if you pay a few pounds for corkage.
“The atmosphere is really laid back and you could spend hours in there.”
The café hosts an independent art gallery showcasing a broad mix of artists work and is a celebrated and vibrant meeting place.
The Egg is open Monday to Thursday 11am to 8pm, Friday 11am to 9pm, Saturday 10am to 9pm and Sunday 10am to 6pm.
However it is important to remember it is situated on the second floor of a Grade II listed building with no lift, so unfortunately there is no wheelchair access and limited pram access.
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