24th September, 2015

Things to Do at Liverpool Street

This area in the City of London is a key location for outstanding travel connections, business and investment opportunities and a hotspot for regeneration, with the renovation of nearby Old Street Roundabout dubbed ‘Silicon Roundabout’.

In addition, the City is full of world-class restaurants, bars and entertaining attractions so you are guaranteed to be able to enjoy the City to its fullest potential.  

Liverpool Street Station

This railway station is one of London’s biggest and most popular stations because it is so well connected to the rest of the city. The Central, Circle, Metropolitan and Hammersmith & City lines are the main Underground services it offers, as well as National Rail services to East Anglia. Crossrail will be introduced at Liverpool Street in 2019; you can find out further information about that exciting advancement here.

Restaurants in Liverpool Street

Patty & Bun

Calling all burger lovers, Patty & Bun at Liverpool Street is waiting for you to make your way through its menu and sink your teeth into its succulent burgers. Be prepared to be allured by everything on the menu because your mouth will start to water before you have even decided on what you want. So, get those elasticated trousers on and head on over to Patty & Bun to gobble up those ‘Thunder Thighs.’

Andaz 1901 Restaurant

A fine dining experience is what to expect in this exquisite restaurant at Liverpool Street as it strives to showcase the best that British cuisine can offer. The setting is just as superb as the menu as it is set underneath an original stained glass dome in the former ballroom of the Great Eastern Hotel. Enjoy breakfast, lunch, dinner and even afternoon tea in this restaurant, and then take a seat at either the cocktail or wine bar. The wine bar houses an incredible selection of over 350 types of wine and the cocktails exude the utmost in sophistication.

City Social

This excellent restaurant boasts a contemporary British menu, not to mention spectacular city views as it is located on the 24th floor of Tower 42. The cocktails and the food are unforgettable and to top it all off, the opulent décor makes the culinary experience all the more pleasurable.

Duck & Waffle

This increasingly popular restaurant at the top of the Heron Tower is in fact the highest restaurant in the country; offering a European and British inspired menu, this restaurant is open all day and all night, so you can watch the sun rise and set over the City skyline, what more could you want?

Bars on Liverpool Street

The Mayor of Scaredy Cat Town

A quiet spot located on Artillery Lane opposite Liverpool Street station which is ideal for an intimate gathering with friends. Walk through the fridge door of the popular restaurant The Breakfast Club and you will enter a quaint bar which is full of character and ambience; sip on some of your favourite cocktails and enjoy the dim lights and rustic interiors of this charming bar near Liverpool Street.

The Railway Tavern

If you want to enjoy some good hearty food, excellent atmosphere and kick back and watch some sports, then The Railway Tavern is the one for you. Freshly prepared food and friendly staff, along with a selection of beers on tap, are just a few of the things to expect when visiting this pub. You can guarantee that your first visit will not be your last.

Sushi Samba

Before you even enter this bar in the Heron Tower you will be impressed as you get the opportunity to witness the impressive City views on the left as you make your way up the tower. On arrival, you will be greeted by a vibrant atmosphere, an alluring menu and even more spectacular views. Enjoy a drink by the bar or on the outside terrace and should you fancy, why not reserve a table and tuck into the Japanese/South American-style cuisine.

Anise

Bored of the same old cocktails? Say ‘step aside’ to the Cosmopolitan and the Long Island Ice Tea and start sipping on a Pink Ink or a Lady Yang. Anise is a cocktail bar with an edge as the menu offers an array of cocktails with a spicy twist and a Japanese style. If you start feeling a little peckish during your evening of innovative cocktails then you can choose from the selection of Asian-inspired nibbles and sharing platters to keep your tastebuds tantalised.  

Culture at Liverpool Street

City of London Police Museum

Located only a brief 15-minute stroll away from London Liverpool Street station sits the City of London Police Museum; release your inner detective in this exhilarating museum that is full to the brim with exciting memorabilia from different police cases over the years. Offering an array of tours and collections, visitors can learn everything from delinquencies in Victorian times to the ghastly crimes of Jack the Ripper.

Petticoat Lane Market

This traditional fashion market is a popular destination for locals and tourists and it is situated an eight-minute walk away from London Liverpool Street station. One of the reasons that this market is so loved by Londoners is because of its rich cultural history; a new influx of immigrants arrived in the 1970’s from India which made East London a more vivacious and dynamic environment. Market life reaped the benefits from this multiculturalism and today, Petticoat Lane Market still reflects its cultural history with the utmost effervescence.

Broadgate Ice Rink

As soon as the Christmas hustle and bustle commences, Broadgate Ice Rink is one of London’s most favoured destinations. Sitting only a few minutes away from London Liverpool Street station on Exchange Square, this ice rink opens to the public between every November and February and happens to be one of the longest-running outdoor ice rinks in the capital. Surrounded by an array of various shops, bars and restaurants, this location near Liverpool Street is exactly the place to be for some festive family fun.

Old Spitalfields Market

It is impossible to grow bored of this market as it is open seven days a week and changes day by day. Old Spitalfields Market is a bargain-hunter’s dream as the list of goodies that can be found at this market is endless; from antiques to cutting-edge fashion there will always be something here to take your fancy. An abundance of delicious restaurants surround the market so grab a classic burger or a scrumptious crepe to refuel after a long day of perusing the market.

Property Near Liverpool Street

St Mary at Hill

This exceptional development by Galliard Homes combines the best of contemporary and classic features and will provide the optimum luxurious living experience. Located just minutes away from Moorgate Tube station, an apartment in this development is a property investment worth making.

The Fusion

This development is located in the trendy district of Shoreditch which is only a short distance away from Liverpool Street. Comprising 26 remarkable apartments, this development will be complete with state-of-the-art specifications and impressive views.

The Stage

Galliard Homes is excited for the launch of its new development The Stage in Shoreditch. This development will change the face of Shoreditch, becoming a new luxury landmark for East London. 

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