16 reviews of The Quarter in English
I came here with my fionce and was certainly not impressed. The menu seemed dated and unimaginative. The staff were pleasant enough however we were greeted by a young chap who had clearly been on a recent cigeratte break! “alrite, just da 2 ov ya yeah?” we quickly had a drink and left. Safe to say we will not be returning!
This is a great place to eat, unfortunately the staff are not very friendly, and slow in serving the customers, it seems nothings changed with the staff, this could be a number of reasons, is the employer not appreciating the staff, as a restaurant owner myself, if you treat your staff well they will treat the customers well….
Nice atmosphere. The desserts are amazing, I tend to get them from the deli there quite a lot. Dinner there is average. The pizza is quite nice, but I've had both spaghetti bolognese and carbonara there and thought it was a bit of a let-down. Not that great.
A deli-restaurant, situated off the lovely and famous cobbled streets of Falkner Street. Very chilled with a sort of post-modernist local feel to it and with the bonus of seating outside for the summer. You find a variety of people eat there from students to professionals. Ive eaten there a number of times on my visits to the city and found the service and food consistently good. Its a small but nicely formulated menu. I always look out for the daily specials which always never disappoint. It gets my thumbs up and I would definetly return.
Situated in the shadow of the Anglican Cathedral, "The Quarter" is a chic little Italian deli-cum-bistro. Walk in at any time of the day and you'll find it packed with a wide variety of people - from students wolfing down a quick lunch over their books, to office workers lingering over a leisurely glass of wine.
I've been in The Quarter twice over the past fortnight. The first time I was there, I went with a colleague, and was massively impressed by the polite and attentive staff, and their excellent mezze plates. I left feeling full, happy and determined to recommend it to everyone I knew.
The second time I went in (last Friday), I left wishing I hadn't have bothered. The gentleman serving me was brusque to the point of rudeness when he saw that I was a woman dining on my own, and the vegetarian mezze I ordered was very stingy with the amount of cheese and vegetables which were presented on there (whilst the quality of the food was excellent, they all seemed to be hard cheeses - it would have been nice to have been offered a wider range). It took one of the servers a good few minutes to realise I wanted to pay my bill, and then I had to remind him to bring me back my change!
I'm hoping that the serving staff at The Quarter were just feeling a bit pushed because they were so busy, but I will admit that I have been put off returning there because of the levels of service. Here's hoping if I do choose to lunch there again, it's third time lucky.
This is one of Liverpool gems. Fair priced good food. With a little planning you should always be able to get a table. The one down fall of the place is some of the staff, a lack of personal skills shines through and the staff are not unknown to look down their nose at you! This has happened numerous times. A shame, because it has so much potential, I look forward to the dealing with this and continuing a good thing.
Location gives this lovely cafe/restaurant a Parisian feel with the cobbled streets, old world atmosphere and shadowed by the gargantuan cathedral. Cafe prices for quality meals. Appeals to students and artists, but frequented by all, including adventurous tourists. Catches the sun on a nice day, and it's great to sit outside. Inside you're in a lively, vibrant, multi-levelled space that doubles as an art gallery. I recommend a daytime visit to experience the true ambiance of this lively Liverpool venue.
Went here on a Friday in summer - sat outside for a drink in the early evening sun admiring the view of the Anglican cathedral. Then went inside for our food - good menu, and the food was excellent! Small wine list but very reasonably priced. Our pizzas were fab, and mum-in-law loved her pork chop. Too full for pudding - maybe next time! Nice laid back feel to the place, we will definately eat here again.
I love this place because firstly it is around the the corner from where I live but secondly because it’s alway busy and has a great buzz to it. It’s really good value and the food (esp pasta and stuff on the specials board) is always great. Tasty, hearty and friendly. Just what i like!
Without a doubt it is one of liverpools best resturants, the foor is just devine.
It is also well designed and very modern.The is probably one of the most modern and up to date places to eat and drink.
The staff are always willing to help and they tidy up and serve you very fast….very pleased.
The Quarter is the laid back brother of 60 Hope Street, Liverpool’s most consistent quality restaurant. The quarter is a really fantastic neighborhood restaurant. Situated on Falkner Street it is a magnet for the city’s creative types. Whether you want just a coffee or something more substantial the Quarter has a bit of everything. It also has the added bonus of free wireless and attentive service.
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