The Salt House Tapas, Liverpool | Review

The first time I visited the Salt House Tapas in Liverpool it was about a year ago with Dad. We had the tasty lunch menu and a glass of wine, and when we told Mum she was super jealous. Therefore it seemed natural to take her there this weekend for her Birthday / Mother’s Day celebrations.






Having booked in advance for a pre-theatre shindig we were able to dine from the lunch menu which is a tasty price of £10.90ish for 3 plates of tapas and some bread and oil mmm. With the four of us there, we picked 12 dishes including jamon croquettes, a charcuterie board, chorizo, belly pork and more. The plates arrive as they are made freshly, which some people don’t like, however personally for tapas I think it’s great as those small dishes are quite filling and it spreads your meal out over a really nice amount of time!
Charcuterie Board
Sea Bass
Risotto, Polenta Chips & Chorizo
We also complemented our Spanish selection with a jug of sangria. Which in a tall jar did prove difficult to pour…
I really like the atmosphere here, the food is tasty and especially for the lunch menu it is very reasonably priced. The waitress was very helpful, however the loos are far away down a cold and confusing corridor – of course there’s worse things that could happen at a restaurant. If you’re out in Liverpool and fancy something quick, tasty and easy to eat I would definitely recommend the Salt House Tapas.
P.s. Not the best photos – I’ve downgraded on iPhone so may have to take the little camera out with me instead from now on!


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