Instagram for foodies - Baltic Triangle, Liverpool
PUBLISHED: 19:13 22 February 2017 | UPDATED: 18:30 09 March 2017
Liverpool’s Baltic Triangle is arguably one of the most exciting parts of the city as not only has it become a hub for creativity and innovation, but it is also home to a plethora of popular and unique eateries that are a must visit for foodies. We’ve selected some of the best foodie instagram accounts from the Baltic Triangle to get your taste buds tingling including gourmet hotdogs, quirky afternoon tea and a good old roast.
Constellations - Constellations has a passionate team of chefs who use locally sourced and the very best ingredients in their dishes. They offer a mouth-watering ‘weekend brunch club’ menu as well as seasonal winter and summer BBQ menus.
Black Lodge Brewery - Black Lodge Brewery brew a small range of one-off beers inspired by the people and surroundings of the Baltic Triangle. Try one of their uniquely home brewed beers along with their signature (and delicious) charcuterie boards.
Baltic Social - Located in the heart of the Baltic Triangle, Baltic Social brings together quality food, an impressive drinks menu and of course great music. Their signature afternoon punk tea is a quirky and delicious take on the English classic.
Serving up the finest gourmet hot dogs in the city, Meet Frank specialise in handmade gluten-free dogs using delicious free range pork sausages. Whether you opt for the classic fried onions topping or a chilli dog – there’s something or everyone.
Coffee and Fandisha - This speciality coffee shop and luncheonette combines great coffee, food and art as there is a ‘yellow wall’ for local creative’s to display their work. The menu at Coffee and Fandisha is equally as creative as they serve up unique and delicious dishes guaranteed to have your bellies rumbling.
SIREN - SIREN is a relaxed eatery and an alternative, contemporary space for personalised events. Their breakfast and lunch menus include classic dishes that everybody knows and loves, all handmade using the finest ingredients.
Camp and Furnace - Camp & Furnance was once voted second in the The Times’ ‘Coolest restaurants in Britain’ and its easy to see why as their quirky menu and cool setting fit perfect in the Baltic Triangle. Their traditional Sunday lunches are a firm favourite with visitors.
Baltic Bakehouse - The independent bakers and café are master bread makers as well as dishing up incredible homemade pastries cakes and treats perfect with a fresh cup of coffee.
Xiringuito - Xiringuito is a pop up restaurant setting up home in a disused warehouse at the Cains Brewery. Their unique menu offers internationally influenced British dishes inspired by the owner’s time working at some of London’s most respected restaurants.
Ryde - Ryde is a cycle cafe based on the iconic Cains site, offering a unique dining experience combining dining and a bike shop/workshop. Their menu is forever changing and uses seasonal, local ingredients,