Love Thy Neighbour - Bold Street, Liverpool
Not only is Love Thy Neighbour simply the most instagrammable place in Liverpool, but it also does some rocking food. I was recently on Bold Street to explore their menu from Buddha bowls to Vegan Chocolate Cake. Love Thy Neighbour is a delight to the eyes, as well as to the taste buds. Previously known as Amerisko it's now under new management and a new look. With pink neon signs, cactis and a lush downstairs for events with it's own private bar, it's the ideal spot for meetings, a healthy lunch, an afterwork cocktail or a birthday celebration.
Love Thy Neighbour prides themselves in having the tastiest yummiest food, fit for your instagram whilst aiding your diet.
For our complimentary trip we vouched for the chickpea pancakes with chicken and chorizo. A helpful portion, whilst being hands down the most delicious savoury pancake I've ever tried, whilst remaining full of protein and good carbohydrates. Whilst I went for grilled halloumi, baked sweet potato, almonds, cous-cous and Harrisa yoghurt dressing. Which was incredibly wholesome, complimentary and an indulgent treat for someone who loves halloumi. We washed down our meals with a Mediterrian Gin, as well as a Peroni Red. Which was super lovely after a long day to kick back to a good playlist, great conversation in a beautiful surrounding.
Tropical Cocktails & Why The Hell Nots
Having recently come back and explored the menu, from trying the Bloody Mary to Mulled wine. But if tipples aren't your cup of tea, then I would highly recommend the fresh juices, pick me up smoothies and energising smoothies packed full of essential vitamins and minerals. They even tell you why these drinks will benefit you. What I love about this tongue in cheeky restaurant is the "Why The Hell Not" section where you can find beetroot lattes, turmeric latte, and peanut hot chocolate (don't hate it until you try it!)
Finally we ordered in our deserts, which is frequently changed up and at the front of the bar. The waitress told us she was a customer before working there and urged us to try the chocolate cake, as well as the carrot cake. Which I wholeheartedly prefer to normal chocolate or carrot cake. It's light, with all the indulgence someone could need in a large dinner. It's truly the place to try food out, and so darn pretty. Various events are going on at Love Thy Neighbour such as the girl power group Glow which do movie nights, mixers and generally celebrate all the wonderful things about women. I'm also starting up my own feminine version of a lads pub quiz with cocktails and an exotic prize. So keep in tune with my social media in the following months to keep looped into when this is happening.