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The Ultimate Cheese Lover’s Guide to Liverpool

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Written by Jess

If you’re a self-confessed foodie with a love for cheese, you won’t want to miss our guide to the best spots to fulfil your dairy dreams.

If you’ve been searching for the best cheese restaurant Liverpool, our guide has got you covered, with something deliciously cheesy for everyone!

Whether it’s a classic combo of cheese and wine, a warm cheese toastie or chips and cheese served with a twist, we’ve compiled a list of the best of cheesy dishes in Liverpool.

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The Bookbinder Liverpool

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Just moments from Sefton Park along leafy Lark Lane, you’ll find The Bookbinder – a cosy spot for food, drink, board games and catching up in cosy surroundings.

If you’re a fan of the humble cheese toastie, look no further than this independent gem.

Served on thick, crusty bread oozing with melted cheese, Bookbinder’s menu features a range of toasties, with vegetarians catered for too.

Maluco

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Maluco pizzeria is one of the best locations for cheese lovers to visit – and not just because of their famous pizzas!

At Maluco, you can also indulge in garlic cheesy rolls on the side of your pizza – sure to satisfy your cheese cravings.

What better accompaniment to a slice of tasty pizza?

Mowgli Street Food

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If you’re looking to spice things up a bit, look no further than Mowgli Street Food’s famous Himalayan Cheese on Toast.

Reminiscent of Mowlgi founder Nisha Katona’s childhood suppers, this unique  cheese on toast is made up of strong, tangy cheese combined with a herby twang of coriander.

This is a must-visit spot if you’re searching for the perfect cheese on toast Liverpool.

Portland Street

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If you didn’t think cheesy fries could get much more indulgent, Portland Street Liverpool is sure to prove you wrong.

Available to eat in or takeaway, Portland Street’s popular Pizza Fries are a delicious alternative to your traditional cheesy chips, loaded with a range of tasty toppings.

What better hangover cure?

Cafe Lucaya

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Cafe Lucaya sits moments from Liverpool’s world famous waterfront, nestled away on Water Street and home to stylish, comfortable seating.

If you’re in search of hearty, homely cheese on toast in Liverpool then Lucaya is the place to be!

The cafe also serves delicious croissants filled with melted cheese and tomatoes or ham.

One Fine Day Liverpool

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Next on our list is One Fine Day, which is known for its high quality produce and perfect presentation.

One of the most stylish places to eat in Liverpool’s historic business district, One Fine Day serves an impressive three cheese grilled cheese with green tomato chutney.

Halloumi fans can also opt for the halloumi sourdough sandwich, served with avocado, marinated tomatoes and crispy shallots.

Nolita Cantina

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If you’ve been searching for grilled cheese Liverpool, we would have to recommend a visit to Nolita Cantina.

Situated on atmospheric Bold Street, this spectacular spot for food and drink is known for its big, hearty, authentic American style food, making it the ultimate cheese restaurant Liverpool.

When it comes to grilled cheese, these guys know how to do it – not forgetting, they have a vegan grilled cheese available that tastes just as good as the real thing.

Baltic Market

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Baltic Market, Liverpool’s famous industrial food court – based in the Baltic Triangle – has earned its name as one of the best spots for halloumi fries.

It was Hafla Hafla, one of the market’s best-loved traders that made the squeaky fried cheese so popular in the city.

Toppings include salt and pepper, pomegranate, falafel or even bacon. A firm favourite at the Baltic.

Pasta Cosa

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Pasta Cosa is known for bringing a taste of authentic Italian food to Liverpool, based in the scenic setting of historic Castle Street.

Though their spaghetti is one of the very best you’ll find in the city, Pasta Cosa’s menu also features some delicious cheesy sides.

The crusty cheesy garlic bread is the perfect accompaniment to a lunchtime spaghetti box, while we’re also a fan of the gorgonzola sticks. There’s nowhere better for a Friday treat.

The Egg Cafe

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The Egg Cafe is a local hidden gem, so if you’re visiting Liverpool and want to eat like a local, make sure you don’t miss this vegetarian and vegan-friendly space nestled away off Bold Street.

Perfect for keeping cosy on a winter afternoon, The Egg Cafe’s famous cheese on toast is a must-try. It can also be paired with a warming soup for the ultimate comfort food.

Liverpool Cheese Company

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Liverpool Cheese Company is renowned for its extensive range of specialist and artisan cheeses. They also create special gift baskets and wedding cakes made entirely of cheese!

The must-visit cheese shop is located in Liverpool’s historic Woolton Village, the picturesque suburban area where John Lennon and Paul McCartney first crossed paths.

Liverpool’s favourite independent cheese shop is the place to be if you’re planning a cosy night in with wine and cheese.

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We hope you enjoy indulging at the best spots for cheese! If you think we’ve missed off a cheese restaurant Liverpool, get in touch here on Instagram.

About the author

Jess

Jess is an English & History graduate with a love for writing about all things Liverpool - from the best spots for food and drink, to history, music, culture and everything in between.

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