Going out for brunch is one of my favourite things to do at the weekend; there is something truly indulgent about going to a restaurant for a delicious breakfast meal accompanied by plenty of Prosecco and it always gets a relaxing day off to a great start. I love Neighbourhood, this classy restaurant and bar is stylish with a hint of femininity to the interior design, which includes tiled walls, pastel pink seating, marble tables and neon signs. Located on the corner of Castle Street, this is the ideal place for brunch in Liverpool.
I went along yesterday to enjoy the launch of Be More Brunch, a new bottomless brunch at Neighbourhood Liverpool. There was a great atmosphere and live music as we were treated to breakfast sandwiches of sausage and bacon served on golden brioche rolls. We chatted and sipped Prosecco as we decided what to order from the selection of main course brunch dishes, choosing from eggs benedict, avocado and eggs and scrambled eggs with smoked salmon. I love eggs benedict, which I always see as a treat because it is not something I have very often. The hollandaise sauce was silky smooth and the eggs were poached to perfection, this was a tasty and well-presented brunch dish.
Some of my companions at the table ordered the avocado and eggs which looked equally irresistible. I think going out for brunch is a good way to begin a day in the city, because there is so much to do close by. The tempting brunch dishes were served with bottomless Prosecco, seasonal cocktails and Bloody Marys.
This was a fun way to unwind and I think Be More Brunch will become popular quickly; I am pleased to see more restaurants catering to the brunch trend, because it was not long ago that it was more difficult to find places with a brunch menu.
There was a laid-back atmosphere as we enjoyed live music, brunch and drinks, Neighbourhood excels as a sophisticated all-day dining venue with a casual and cool vibe which immediately makes you feel at home.
62 Castle St,
Until next time,