Marco Pierre White Steakhouse Bar & Grill - Liverpool

(441 Reviews)
10 Chapel Street, Liverpool, North West England, L3 9AG
Steaks & Grills, British, Afternoon Tea
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Main course: £20
Food spend: £40

Opening hours

Monday to Friday: 06:30 - 10:00, 12:00 - 14:30 & 17:00 - 21:00
Saturday: 06:30 - 10:00 & 17:00 - 21:00
Sunday: 06:30 - 10:00 & 13:00 - 21:00.

Restaurant description

With understated elegance and affordable glamour, Marco Pierre White Steakhouse Bar & Grill – Liverpool presents a fine array of British steaks and grills, made with locally sourced British ingredients.

Housed in the boutique-inspired Hotel Indigo, Marco Pierre White Liverpool is a traditional steakhouse set in an impressive urban dining space. Industrial-style fittings of warm coppers are set against exposed brick walls, whilst quirky music iconography gives a nod to the city’s rich cultural heritage.

All sourced from Royal Warrant appointed butcher, Campbell Brothers, the freshly grilled steaks head the varied menu made up of seasonal ingredients, alongside tempting sharing boards, classic sandwiches and hearty salads. Classic English desserts on the Marco Pierre White Steakhouse menu include sticky toffee pudding, or try traditional and themed afternoon teas, including teas specially designed for men and children.

A name synonymous with fine British cuisine, Marco Pierre White was the first British chef to have been awarded 3 Michelin stars, and the youngest chef in the world to receive them.

Dishes displayed on a la carte menus are representative of the type of food available at the restaurant.

Customer reviews for Marco Pierre White Steakhouse Bar & Grill - Liverpool
(based on 441 reviews)

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  • afternoon tea (61)
  • al fresco (16)
  • breakfast (41)
  • business (82)
  • child friendly (22)
  • dinner (270)
  • entertainment (21)
  • large parties (55)
  • lunch (108)
  • luxury (85)
  • private dining (75)
  • romantic (144)
  • trendy (128)
  • value (78)
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  • By roly from liverpool
    16 October 2011

    We had an 8.30 table booked, and straight away we were disappointed at being sat by the kitchen door which flew open all the time as you can imagine. We all felt cold and asked could something be done. The really friendly waitress said she would ask the manager if he could turn the air con down in our area...but we couldn't tell if this got done as I think the wine warmed us up a bit! Two of the party had soup which they enjoyed.. but it didn't come with bread as you had to order that seperately. I had the scollops which were a decent size but really cold and cost [$]! One of the party had the fillet steak which was laughably mean and burnt to a crisp and tasteless, plus another [$] for sauce that came in the tiniest gravy boat I have ever seen. My sea-bass was really nice but again very small, someone else has risotto and left half of it... then we ordered the assiene of cheesecakes between us all. there were four different cheesecake on one plate which we all tucked into eagerly...but only one of them was really nice, the rum and raisin! one was chocolate, but too sweet. one was marscopone, but tastless and the other was banana and boring. we told all this to the waitress who duly took note and told the manager, who immediately took it off the bill.... a nice touch as we were all in all disappointed with the whole experience, apart from the service which we couldn't fault.

  • By Bobby the dazzler from Liverpool
    3 October 2011

    My fiancé and I dined at 7.30pm. Great things about the meal were both main courses. My fiancé had salmon and I had pork chop both beautifully cooked. Not so great things about the meal were our side orders of vegetables did not arrive with our main courses and we started our mains as we did not want to them to get cold. The coffee at the end of the meal was lukewarm. The location of the restaurant felt as though we were dining in the hotel foyer.

  • By Regular restaurant diner from Liverpool
    29 August 2011

    Table booked for 19.30 on a Friday evening a special occasion. The atmosphere in the restaurant was great but... Portion sizes of all courses ok but all meals are over priced especially the T bone steak Desserts definitely overpriced Beer prices scandalously overpriced

  • By Still love MPW from Liverpool
    26 August 2011

    Booked a table on line for 9pm. [...]At that time there were a few things missing off the menu and something a simple as Dijon mustard wasn't available (in fact the waitress said it was funny but 6 people had asked for French mustard that day and they didn't have any! However, the food we had was fabulous but not sure about the actual place itself - sorry Marco (but I love the Swan).

  • By lin from Liverpool
    15 August 2011

    Our reservation was for 20.30 and was taken to our table on time. Our starters were excellent; my scallops were devine. I ordered a medium rare fillet steak which, although the taste was very good (well seasoned etc.) it could have been a little rarer for me. The side of vegetables were a delight although too many carrots and therefore not enough variety. We didn't have dessert, just coffee; again good quaility but a little chocolate to accompany it would have been a nice touch.

  • By [*]cjw from Liverpool
    14 August 2011


  • By Mrs Creosote from Liverpool
    7 August 2011

    We booked a table for 4 people for 7pm on 30/07/11. all the staff were very friendly & attentive. I had the kipper pate to start & lamb for main, both dishes were delicious. The other members of my party were similarly delighted. I would not hesitate to recommend this restaurant & will be visiting again soon.

  • By Macca's Girl from Liverpool
    25 July 2011

    Went to MPW on saturday 23rd July To celebrate my parent's Ruby Wedding Anniversary.There was 22 people in our party, We got greeted by one of the Manager's and from the moment we were showed to our table the evening was relaxing and very enjoyable,we all ordered starter's and not a single one of us were disapointed, and we thought we would wait a while for them because we were in a lge group but that was'nt the case.The staff are very helpful and attentive all evening. When are main meal's arrived there was'nt a sound from any of us, due too all of us enjoying all the lovely flavour's and quality of the food. I would just like too thank the staff for a very special night for my family & friend's.My parent's felt so spoilt and loved every minute of it.

  • By Keiser from Liverpool
    13 July 2011

    I was so looking forward to my first MPW experience. I tanned, went to extra effort with my hair, new shoes....the whole bit. The restaurant is lovely on the eye, very very cramped but lovely. We had a reservation for 6 and they only had a table for 4 ready for us (we had an early booking so no excuses). We ordered a bottle of wine.We had to ask for the 2 extra settings to be brought to the table when the entrees arrived because there was still no cutlery. The wine had still not arrived even though our mains had. I had the crab for entree- nice. Just nice. Two people ordered the beetroot ravioli. There were 3 pieces on the plate- that was it....The men were trying not to laugh when they saw it placed before them. My main was the Belgium mussels. Lovely but again, a tiny serving. They should've been embarrassed. It would barely qualify as an entree size. Other than the lamb, all meals were tiny. We also had dessert. By this stage I just wanted to feel satiated. It wasn't a disasterous evening-the company was great but we all went home and made toast and continue to laugh about it now.

  • By sticky beaky from liverpool
    11 July 2011

    I can honestly say i tasted some of the best food every had, the roast belly pork with creamed mash was out standing! the staff were friendly and really looked after us! we went for the 3 courses for £19.50. i asked for the cheese board which wasnt on the set menu (bit pricey £8) would be my only gripe. were just planning our next visit.........

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Marco Pierre White Steakhouse Bar & Grill - Liverpool
10 Chapel Street, Liverpool, North West England, L3 9AG