Marco Pierre Steakhouse Bar & Grill Liverpool at Hotel Indigo has undergone a radical renovation and refurbishment programme, now boasting a modern new design and enriched menu selection to tempt diners.
Step inside the Chapel Street restaurant, within Hotel Indigo, and guests will be greeted with a cool, contemporary dining space. Inspired by the local neighbourhood story – once the thriving epicentre of the city’s cotton trade – and Liverpool’s rich music legacy, the new look MPW Liverpool is urban in design, mixing industrial fixtures and fittings of warm coppers and weathered woods, with stately brown leather chairs, exposed brick walls and muddied hues, not to mention quirky coloured cotton spools, record players and music iconography.
A selection of sharing plates, classic sandwiches and hearty salads for those in a hurry, and afternoon teas (including new high teas especially designed for gentlemen and children!) lead the way in Marco’s new food offering at his Liverpool establishment. A revitalised main menu features classic dishes made using a range of seasonal ingredients, with steak remaining very much at the heart, all sourced from Royal Warrant appointed butcher, Campbell Brothers.
Marco Pierre White commented:
“The Liverpool restaurant scene has experienced huge growth since we opened five years ago. At the time I was really attracted to the location within the business district and being a part of its future evolution. When we opened we were one of only a few restaurants in the area and today we are delighted to see how it has developed. Our location on Chapel Street as well as the surrounding areas of Castle Street and Water Street have become a real hub for the Liverpool bar and restaurant scene.
“The investment in the restaurant and its transformation was a natural progression for us to keep up to speed with the competition and how the restaurant scene is evolving.”
Mark Tasker, general manager at Hotel Indigo Liverpool, said:
“As the Godfather of modern cooking, this relaunch reaffirms Marco Pierre White’s place at the very top of Liverpool’s growing restaurant scene. He is a true original, whose name has become synonymous with great food, impeccable service, at an affordable price. These are traits that will continue as we enter into a new chapter for the Marco brand here in Liverpool.
“After five years in the city, it was time for a fresh new outlook, and our guests will be impressed with the look and feel of the place – it has dramatically changed for the better, a place where people feel welcome and relaxed.
“Our food offering has also expanded with a new lounge menu for those wanting a quick bite, while a revitalised main menu combines some of our most popular dishes with a host of exciting new additions, all reflecting Marco’s passion for classic food done consistently well.”
Known for his love of simple traditional cooking, diners can explore an exciting new range of starters, main courses and desserts at the new look restaurant. Alongside classic steak cuts including fillet, rib-eye and Chateaubriand, Côte de Boeuf from the Duke of Buccleuch Estates is a brand new sharing option for guests to enjoy. Reflecting Marco’s passion for simplicity, there’s also a range of exciting new main courses aside from steak. From Pork Belly Marco Polo, to Seared Yellowfin Tuna Steak and The Steakhouse Burger, the new menu is filled with favourites designed to stand the test of time.
On Wednesday, September 28th, Hotel Indigo Liverpool held an event at the Marco Pierre White Steak House Bar and Grill to celebrate the re-launch.