Breakfast burritos, steak & eggs, and salmon pastrami hash all on the menu

Brunch is back at the award-winning Duke Street Food and Drink Market with a range of dishes from around the world, from classic avo on toast to breakfast burritos and more.

The six kitchens have cooked up a storm and created some really unique brunch dishes as well as the classics.

All six of the market’s independent kitchens - meat specialist Bone & Block, Asian-inspired Ginger, Italian Cucina Di Vincenzo, fish specialist Kelp, Cuban-inspired Cahita and Mexican Big Lola’s - will have various brunch dishes available for those visiting the market.

Duke Street Market Liverpool Brunch Pic Vma
Serving up boss food from AM to PM Image: Confidentials

Brunch dishes include Cahita’s avocado on toast with feta, mixed toasted seeds and tomato salsa and Big Lola’s breakfast burritos with house chorizo sausage, hash browns, black beans, pico de gallo, cheddar cheese, salsa roja and a vegetarian option with veggie black pudding.

There’s also Bone & Block’s steak and eggs made up of 40 day aged steak, Wirral fried eggs, romesco sauce and chimichurri. Or Kelp’s salmon pastrami hash with house hot smoked salmon “pastrami”, crispy home fries, sautéed peppers and shallots, spring onions, topped with poached egg and hollandaise.

Duke Street Market Liverpool Bone And Block Brunch Steak Eggs
Steak and eggs from Bone and Block

Vincenzo’s panuozzo salsiccia is a light pizza sandwich with Italian sausage, mushrooms, scamorza cheese, and fried duck egg. 

Last but not least, Ginger is serving up crispy pork and hot sin, or crispy Korean chicken or mushroom and soy bean bao buns.

Alongside the food options will be Duke Street Market’s brunch cocktails including Mimosas, Espresso Martinis, Bellinis, Aperol Spritz, Pimms G&T and Bloody Mary.

Duke Street Market Kelp Liverpool Salmon Hash Hollandaise Brunch
Kelp's brunch Image: PR

Lee Bannon-Smith, Duke Street Market’s General Manager, said: “We’re really excited to relaunch our brunch menu which has proven to be incredibly popular. The six kitchens have cooked up a storm and created some really unique brunch dishes as well as the classics, ensuring there’s something for everyone.

Guests will be able to enjoy brunch at Duke Street Market every Saturday and Sunday from 11am-3pm from Saturday 4 June onwards.

Duke Street Food & Drink Market, 46 Duke St, Liverpool L1 5AS

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