This New Liverpool Restaurant Is Serving Up Roast Dinners And They Look Incredibly Delicious

Alice Lorenzato-Lloyd Alice Lorenzato-Lloyd - Staff Writer


Winter time calls for a roast therefore it’s no better time for one of the latest arrivals to the Liverpool food scene to announce the launch of their Sunday menu, which will offer diners the chance to tuck into an epic roast dinner. Barnacle, which opened up in the mezzanine of Duke Street Market in December 2021, is led by by some of Liverpool’s big culinary names including The Art School’s Paul Askew and owner of  Bone and Block, Harry Marquart.

And now just as we get fully immersed in the winter season, Barnacle has opted to launch a selection of roast dinners from this Sunday (January 16). The Scouse brasserie will be adding two Sunday roast options to its two-course and three-course menus, with the aim of using wonderful local produce in their dishes where possible.

The first roast dinner option at Barnacle consists of Whitchurch roasted chicken breast and leg, glazed piccolo parsnips and carrot, kale, roast potatoes, Yorkshire pudding and gravy. Or for those who prefer red meat as part of their Sunday roast, can enjoy a Cumbrian sirloin of beef, slow cooked cheek, glazed piccolo parsnips and carrot, kale, roast potatoes, Yorkshire pudding and gravy.

Harry Marquart said: “Liverpool absolutely loves a Sunday roast so we are immensely proud to be making our own contribution to what is most certainly a way of life for many here each weekend. As with our wider menus, our roasts feature ingredients which are as local as possible.

“We are all about championing these people doing amazing things in the fields and farms around us and we are bringing this into the kitchen to be served. We are really excited for what 2022 is going to bring – we have really only just begun here.”

As well as providing a delectable roast dinner, Barnacle is also offering a complimentary glass of Aienera Methode de Champenoise to each guest booking a three-course meal from their prix fixe menu throughout January. The restaurant’s two-course prix fixe is £28.50 and the three-course prix fixe is £37.50. You can book a table here.

Barnacle, Duke Street Market, 46 Duke Street, L1 5AS 

Tags: chicken, red meat
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