24 Feb 2018

We Be Brunchin.


I feel like I have neglected the Liverpool side of my blog for quite some time, but now Phoebe is old enough to sit through a meal without too much of an incident I am ready to jump back into it. And by that I mean reviews, days out, nights out, events, etc. etc.

Siren is a place that we have been to before on a few occasions, I think from that you can assume that we like it there. The food is delicious and all homemade, even down to the baked beans.

On this visit I had the vegetarian breakfast at a very reasonably priced £6.95. This included homemade veggie sausage, halloumi, two eggs any style, mushrooms, roasted tomato, homemade baked beans & homefries, served with toasted granary and oh boy! Was it tasty?! James had the slow cooked brisket hash with poached eggs, which is also a gluten free option.

I can also vouch for the corned beef hash too. Amazing.

Vegan options are also available and very tempting. The coffee is nice and hot as you would expect. The atmosphere is always relaxed and understated. The d├ęcor is simple and possibly even a little bit quirky? Nothing really matches, and I’m fine with that. It is also makes for a really nice event space.

The few times that we have been it has always been quiet and the service was friendly and swift. The only negative is that it isn’t city centre based, but then for those who drive, free parking is available and an absolute godsend. However, walking from town isn’t totally out of the question, especially for a good meal.

If you are looking for a quiet and out the way Sunday Brunch spot then Siren should be your first port of call.

What other good brunch spots are there in Liverpool at the minute?

Love, Jo
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