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Venue Hire. Outdoor dining. Pizza Making Parties. Disabled Access. Disabled Toilet. Open Tues, Thurs midday Depending on which way you look at it, or walk into it, the Baltic Triangle is either a blossoming creative quarter or several grim streets of garages, industrial units and wholesalers. As a tourist, it is unlikely you would stumble across the Baltic Bakehouse, but it is worth the detour from Albert Dock.
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A coolly utilitarian artisan bakery and cafe, it is so popular that when I arrived at 1. A humdinger it was, too. Cakes aside, the Bakehouse majors in quality sandwiches filled with, say, chicken, chipotle mayo and smoked Anglesey sea salt, or baba ganoush and grilled halloumi. Open Tues-Fri 8.
The Social and I didn't get off to the best start. That needs flagging up before the drink is poured, or narky old ale drinkers like me won't be happy.
Some above-and-beyond assistance with logging on to the Wi-Fi made me warm to the place, eventually. Which is good, as the food at this offshoot of Aigburth's Onion deli is as impressive as it is competitively priced.
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The Social's daily menu includes, among other things, various burgers and hot sandwiches rarebit, homemade fish finger, BLT , alongside filling one-pots such as Moroccan chicken stew, or ace pork and chorizo meatballs with spaghetti in a clever caramelized garlic and fennel tomato sauce. Open Mon-Fri 9am Fittingly on Maryland Street, just off Baltimore, the Free State Kitchen is Liverpool's primary exponent of US "dude food": hotdogs, Reuben sandwiches, buffalo wings, chilli fries and, of course, burgers.
Its cheeseburger is a vastly improved doppelganger for the McDonald's classic, right down to the exceptionally light, soft but durable bun and what tastes like a Kraft cheese slice on top. Of course, the patty is much tastier than anything you will find on the high street: loosely packed, juicy, precisely chargrilled, it persuasively asserts its beefy flavour over the ketchup, mild mustard and onion.
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The rosemary fries I was less keen on, but at least the seasoning is kept to a sensible scatter. In summer, the Free State opens out on to an ivy-clad courtyard and lawn which, unlike its food, is quintessentially English. If there was one obvious, significant omission from my original Liverpool "budget eats" list, it was MelloMello.
http://mail.cmnv.org/12385-location-where.php Chandeliers and fading gilt, make the interior feel like some long-abandoned, now-tumbledown aristocratic pile. From cinnamon porridge to bowls of courgette and spinach lasagne, gnocchi or tomato and fennel risotto, MelloMello has most food bases covered and, judging by a wholesome split yellow pea and garam masala soup, packs in enough flavour that even carnivores won't begrudge eating here — particularly if they like beer.
In addition to a handful of keg and cask lines, MelloMello's selection of craft and world bottled beers is tremendous, taking in cutting-edge brewers as geographically diverse as Odell's in Colorado and Bristol Beer Factory.