Popular amongst young foodies, Camp and Furnace is housed in an industrial space and boasts a hearty Sunday Roast.
Once voted the second ‘Coolest Restaurant in Britain’ by The Times, Camp and Furnace has established itself as a mainstay of innovative, yet hearty food in Liverpool.
The Roast menu is ridiculously good value – get 3 hefty courses for just £22. Start with a chicken liver parfait with toasted brioche and date chutney (for veggies the goats cheese and sun-blush tomato tart is a winner) before moving on to the main course, the best of which is a 28-day dry-aged beef sirloin with all the trimmings (and ‘proper’ gravy). Finish up with a chocolate brownie and honeycomb crumb
The interior is a surprising mix of urban counter-culture and traditional industrial elements that represent the entrepreneurial spirit of the Baltic Triangle – bare bulbs, naked wood and an oversized wood-burning stove welcome guests to a spot that serves as a restaurant, bar, indoor festival site, music venue, pop-up event space, conference location and cultural hub.
Sunday Roast Times:
Sun: 12pm - 6pm
- Dog Friendly
- Sunday Lunch
- Private Dining
- Accepts Credit Cards
- Disabled Access
- Children Allowed