Which restaurants have our readers been visiting in November?

What are the hottest restaurants in Liverpool? 

We have a way of finding out. It’s called Confidential Guides and it's a powerful and infinitely useful tool for finding the best places to eat, drink and be generally merry all across the north of England. There is an individual page for each restaurant with a description, buttons to book a table and tags to make searching easier. We also publish curated restaurant guides to give our readers inspiration.

The restaurant guide everyone's talking about

Every month, we will publish the top 20 restaurants most visited on ConfidentialGuides.com. The restaurants you, the people, are most interested in. We’ve been watching the stats closely and are excited to show you the results. 

The hottest restaurants in Liverpool

Want to keep on top of what’s hot and what’s not? Bookmark this page and check back on the first Thursday of every month for the updated Hot 20 chart.

Here is our Confidentials Guides Hot 20 - the top restaurants in Liverpool in November 2023.

2023 11 30 Shrimps On Toast At Barnacle In Liverpool 660X500
Shrimp on toast from Barnacle (2) Image: Barnacle

1. Spanish Caravan ↑

2. Barnacle ↑

3. Hawksmoor ↑

4. Yuet Ben ↑

5. Almost Famous ↑

2023 11 30 Nord
A showstopping dish from Nord (8) Image: Nord

6. Fredericks ↓

7. Manifest ↑

8. Nord ↑

9. Hanover Street Social

10. Belzan

2023 11 30 Oysters Puffin Rooms
Oysters from Puffin' Rooms (15) Image: Puffin' Rooms

11. Duke Street Market ↑

12. The Restaurant Bar & Grill ↓

13. Seaforth 🆕

14. The Art School 🆕

15. Puffin' Rooms 🆕

2023 11 30 Vada Pav At Bundobust Liverpool
Vada pav from Bundobust (20) Image: Bundobust

16. San Carlo ↓

17. Gusto =

18. Tempest on Tithebarn 🆕

19. Restaurant 8 ↓

20. Bundobust =

Header image: A dish from the festive menu at The Art School (14) 

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