Voyagers opens in Liverpool

A new restaurant inspired by the city's rich maritime heritage restaurant has opened in Liverpool

Located inside the new hotel The Halyard at 38 Parr Street in the heart of the Ropewalks district, Voyagers offers a 70-seater restaurant and 100-seater bar. The restaurant's name is a nod to the poem A Voyager's Dream of Land by Duke Street-born power Felicia Hemans.

The menu features a range of globally inspired dishes with a local twist, while a selection of 35 wines and several signature cocktails also available. 

From smoked venison flatbread and 'nduja Scotch egg to classics such as fish and chips, Voyagers offers a mix of small and large plates. The lunch offering includes a variety of Japanese-inspired sandos using Baltic Bakehouse focaccia, with fillings including salt and pepper chicken, katsu tofu and more. 

'A go-to eating spot'

The open kitchen is led by head chef Jake Parry, who has previously worked at the Woodcote Hotel in Hooton and Pinion in Prescot. 

"I'm incredibly excited to finally be able to showcase what we have to offer at Voyagers," says Parry. "The team and I have worked hard to create a menu that not only gives diners the opportunity to explore new tastes through our small plates menu, but also enjoy old favourites that we all love.

"Liverpool is constantly evolving in terms of its food and beverage scene and it's fantastic to be a part of its story – I'm confident that we're bringing something new and exciting that will eventually become a 'go-to' eating spot for both locals and visitors."

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