Restaurant Review: Cosy Club – Liverpool, England

Restaurant Review: Cosy Club – Liverpool, England Follow my blog with Bloglovin

no perscription generic robaxin Liverpool One has loads of great places to eat and drink, whether it’s lunch and coffee or dinner and cocktails before a big night out.

A favourite haunt for my mum and me if we’ve gone into the city for a day of shopping is an absolute gem called Cosy Club. It’s a really quirky place, the decor is a mix of old and new, traditional and industrial – big comfy armchairs, chandeliers and portraits.

I’d been to this place a few times for a drink before I thought to ask about their food menu, so it took a couple of visits before I realised it was a safe bet for a gluten free meal.

I’m sure we’ve all gone somewhere with an attitude of “Well I’m sure they can do a jacket potato…” – boy was I excited when they handed me the gluten free menu!

Cosy Club’s Gluten Free Menu

You don’t have to worry about being restricted to salad and jacket potatoes at Cosy Club – they’ve got an amazing menu covering you for a cute brunch, cosy lunch or boozy dinner.

Out of the stuff I’ve tried so far I can highly recommend the Cosy Eggs if you’re going for brunch! On our most recent visit I had a really nice Thai Green Curry, along with a pot of tea with the cutest teapot!

Click here to see the menu on their website – I think it’s been updated or may be different depending which branch you go to.

My delicious thai green curry from Cosy Club!

Where is Cosy Club?

The Liverpool branch of Cosy Club is on Paradise Street in Liverpool One, a few doors along from Urban Decay. You have to go in and upstairs, where there’s a bar and a dining area.

I’ve also been to the Manchester branch, which can be found in the Corn Exchange in the city centre. You can also find Cosy Club branches around the UK – check them out here!

here Disclaimer: Whilst I am gluten free and sensitive to cross-contamination, I am not coeliac and cannot guarantee the above food would be risk-free and safe for those with Coeliac Disease. For more information, please visit my full disclaimer.




  1. 29/03/2018 / 4:05 pm

    We had a Cosy Club open locally last year. I’ve only been in once and that was just for a drink so I’ll have to pop back soon to check it out properly as the sound of brunch is quite appealing! 🙂
    Caz x
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    • glutenfreehorizons
      30/03/2018 / 1:30 pm

      The Liverpool one occasionally promotes brunch with Bottomless Prosecco – definitely worth checking out!

    • glutenfreehorizons
      04/04/2018 / 1:33 pm

      I want to go to Dublin so badly! Almost ashamed that I’ve been to the other side of the world but haven’t made it across the water yet!

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