REVIEW: Brunch at Tempest On Tithebarn - Quality Food & Drinks With A Relaxed, Suave Atmosphere

Tempest Excels After 2 Weeks Open, Gaining A Whole Host Of Event Bookings & Emerging Clientele

The fantastically tasty 'Brekkie Bagel' available on the Noon Menu at Tempest on Tithebarn (Credit: The Liverpudlian/Peter Eric Lang).
The fantastically tasty 'Brekkie Bagel' available on the Noon Menu at Tempest on Tithebarn (Credit: The Liverpudlian/Peter Eric Lang).

Tempest on Tithebarn recently celebrated its 2 week anniversary, which I coincidentally visited on for a review of the Noon Menu.


After discussing with Iain and his array of attentive colleagues about which items on the Noon Menu I should order, I went for the 'Brekkie Bagel'. Which comprises of a generous selection of sausage, bacon, egg and served with baked beans.


I was also highly advised to give a side of their fries a go. Which I did, and was delighted with.


The food was a fantastic amalgamation of flavours that blended together so well, and the seeded bagel only enhanced that.


I was exceptionally tempted with the entire selection of food available, from the bagels to the burgers and their fabulous fillings. Next time I am absolutely having to get The Vegan Burger, which consists of a homemade falafel burger on a toasted ciabatta roll.


Something Tempest on Tithebarn likes to focus on is supporting independents, this includes both in the locale and further afield and giving them brand awareness in parts of the country that might otherwise might be missed. Tempest on Tithebarn owner, Iain Hoskins, selected Siren Craft Beer as the venues craft partner. Which they have specially delivered from the quaint market town of Wokingham up to here in Liverpool.