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A Sneak Peek At BARNACLE's Delicious Dishes & Drinks At The Duke Street Market's Mezzanine Venue

Nestled In The East Village Neighbourhood Of Liverpool City Centre Is BARNACLE, A Fabulous Casual Fine Dining Restaurant Celebrating The Liverpool City Region's Produce

The collective of chefs that founded BARNACLE work with local artisans, farmers and cultivators whose wonderful produce is elegantly crafted upon on each plate (Credit: BANRACLE/Supplied By Publicist).
The collective of chefs that founded BARNACLE work with local artisans, farmers and cultivators whose wonderful produce is elegantly crafted upon on each plate (Credit: BANRACLE/Supplied By Publicist).

The team at BARNACLE in Duke Street Market’s Mezzanine are releasing their brand-new Spring Menu soon but ahead of that, these are some of their delicious dishes and drinks available to enjoy right now.


The acclaimed City Centre locale is currently making the most of celebrating Sunday Roasts, New Liverpool Chowder, Pavlova with Winter Berries, Celtic Cheeses and of course Elegant Cocktails, before the Spring Menu rolls around.


The intimate Scouse Brasserie continues to attract diners from across the Liverpool City Region and beyond which embodies the gastronomic heart and soul of Liverpool.

At BARNACLE, the story of the Liverpool City Region’s food and drink provenance is told by The Art School’s esteemed Chef Paul Askew, Bone and Block’s Chef Harry Marquart and Chefs Kieran Gill and Jake Lewis (Credit: BARNACLE/Supplied By Publicist).
At BARNACLE, the story of the Liverpool City Region’s food and drink provenance is told by The Art School’s esteemed Chef Paul Askew, Bone and Block’s Chef Harry Marquart and Chefs Kieran Gill and Jake Lewis (Credit: BARNACLE/Supplied By Publicist).

The collective of chefs that founded BARNACLE work with local artisans, farmers and cultivators whose wonderful produce is elegantly crafted upon on each plate.


The quartet chef collective includes nationally recognised Chef Paul Askew of The Art School Restaurant, Bone and Block’s Chef Harry Marquart and culinary prodigies Kieran Gill and Jake Lewis.


You can book your table at the Michelin Recommended East Village venue situated in the bustling Duke Street Market Mezzanine through BARNACLE's website.

BARNACLE Address:

Duke Street Market Mezzanine,

46 Duke Street,

The East Village,

Liverpool City Centre,

City of Liverpool, L1 5AS,

Liverpool City Region, UK.


Contact BARNACLE:

Phone Number - 0151 245 5113.


BARNACLE Opening Hours:

Wednesday & Thursday - 5pm to 9pm.

Friday & Saturday - 12 Midday to 9pm.

Sunday - 12 Midday to 6pm.

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