• 7 Reasons to Visit Wheeler's of St James’ This Summer

Marco Pierre White’s Wheeler’s of St James’s at the four-star Pullman hotel is one of Liverpool’s best restaurants and has become a culinaryhotspot during 2018’s sweltering summer.

Wheeler’s is next to the Echo Arena at Kings Dock and with the menu from a titan of cooking means the oyster bar and grill is gaining a towering reputation for exquisite food.

Along with a selection of timeless British classics and luxury seafood dishes, the restaurant offers seasonal delights such as white asparagus with black truffle or chilled Andalusian tomato soup with fresh basil, and a variety of delicious small plates – all complemented by sophisticated cocktails and an excellent wine list. If that isn’t enough to entice you already, here are a few more reasons to visit this summer.


1)      Location

Nestled between the Albert Dock and Echo Arena, Wheeler’s of St James’ is quickly gaining recognition as one of Liverpool’s most striking hideaways. Diners can experience the tranquillity of Liverpool’s waterfront whilst being a few moments away from the bustling city centre.


2)      Summer menu

In addition to its mouth-watering à la carte dishes, Wheeler’s of St James’s is currently offering diners a summer menu of small plates, like mini shepherd’s pie and crispy shredded duck served on a bed of dandelions and radishes. Wheeler’s versatile menu effortlessly meets the culinary demands of one of Europe’s culture capitals and Marco himself has called Liverpool a “jigsaw of gastronomy”.


3)      Cocktails and free food!

The heatwave has made 2018 a summer to remember but the hot and sticky weather can often mean drinking more - and eating less. Wheeler’s, however, has you covered for August. Guests can choose one of nineteen sumptuous small plates as a complimentary treat when ordering a first cocktail making Wheeler’s the perfect place to spend the most of carefree summer nights.


4)      The breath-taking view  

Wheeler’s sleek interior is inspired by the maritime history that made Liverpool one of the greatest port cities in the world. But the view of the dock’s renaissance into a major destination is a beautiful sight. The River Mersey is a stunning backdrop against the warmly-lit Albert Dock and the glass panelling framing the restaurant reflects Liverpool’s magnificent architecture. It’s a great setting for business lunches, romantic meals, nights out with the girls or parties.


5)      Kids eat free

Parents struggling to find somewhere to take the kids for a lovely lunch during the summer holidays look no further. Children under 13 can enjoy a meal and soft drink with every adult main meal purchased until the end of August.


6)      Wheeler’s Rich History

Established in 1856, the same year Liverpool’s celebrated Albert Dock opened, Wheeler’s is renowned for being ‘the world’s oldest and finest fish brand’. Situated beside the Exhibition Centre Liverpool, the restaurant offers a subtle nod to the dock’s trade history: salted cod has been a popular local delicacy since the 18th century.


7)      Go - because Marco told you not to!


When Marco visited Wheeler’s during the summer, to raise money for children’s hospice Claire House, he said: “I would never tell people they should come.” Wheeler’s of St James’s is carving its reputation from word of mouth, which makes Marco very happy, by simply offering a great experience in a waterfront restaurant serving great food.

To book a table at Wheeler’s of St James’s or enquire about reservations at Pullman Liverpool visit: www.mpwrestaurants.co.uk or call 0151 945 1010.

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