A MESSAGE FROM US…
It’s been a while, we know, but apart from a few changes your visit to What’s Cooking will be as good as ever.
Enjoy yourselves and have a lovely time and thank you for returning to What’s Cooking.
Reservations are recommended as we may need to track and trace you under the new rules – we will also obtain contact information when you order on our new table ordering App.
Please note we now operate a card only Table Order App.
Simply click on the link below to watch the instruction video –
Follow government guidance on who can dine together
We recommend that you arrive on time as the control of our customer flow is very important to avoid any guest congestion when arriving at the premises
CLICK HERE TO BOOK ONLINE
Free hand sanitisers are located at the entrance and by the toilets for you to use throughout your visit – please dispense as often as you want
Tables are spaced in line with government guidance – we have also introduced screens and partitions to increase protection
All high usage surfaces as well as tables and chairs will be sanitised frequently or after each use
Please be considerate to other guests and check that there are no other persons in the toilets before you enter
Use the occupancy signs on the toilet doors to inform the next person if “Vacant or Occupied”
For the time being we are offering a reduced menu, this will allow us to put fewer people in the kitchen and protect our staff. We hope it won’t be too long before the full What’s Cooking menu makes a come back
To reduce the risk of spreading disease we have eliminated paper menus and waiter pads – this will also reduce the number of staff/guest interactions required during your visit
Placing your order and paying using our online App is a great way protect everyone at What’s Cooking – quick and simple to use, step-by-step. If you’re unable to scan the code at your table you can simply revisit this webpage and click through from here.
If guests on your table order individually, your choices may arrive at different times – it’s best to place one order and your food and drink will arrive together
You can order as often as you like and pay as you go – It’s so simple and convenient
All team members are required to stay at home if they show any Covid symptoms
Working teams in the kitchen and on the restaurant floor are reduced in numbers to reduce risk
Serving staff may wear masks if they choose
Kitchen staff will not wear any face coverings as this would not be safe
Food and drink is available “to go” at certain service times – this can be done simply from our website APP
A safe and sanitised pick-up point is inside the restaurant at the Arena-side entrance
‘Historic’ food in an historical setting.
Located in the Grade 1 listed Queen Elizabeth Hall in the heart of Royal Albert Dock and overlooking Liverpool’s iconic Three Graces.
What’s Cooking is the longest serving restaurant in Royal Albert Dock and proud of its contribution to the area’s hugely successful revitalisation.
Dishes are prepared to order from the finest, freshest ingredients provided by local suppliers.
House specialities include the tastiest hand crafted burgers, fall-off-the-bone Barbecued Pork Ribs, and succulent grilled Beef Steaks.
We believe that our Cocktails are the best value in town and “pack a real punch”.
Just click here to find out at our restaurant on Royal Albert Dock, Liverpool
Royal Albert Dock, Liverpool
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24 Britannia Pavilion
The Royal Albert Dock
Liverpool L3 4AD
+44 (0)151 707 2023
Breakfast • Lunch • Dinner • Burgers • Ribs • Steaks • Chilli • Chicken • Pulled Pork • Fajitas • Burritos • Fish • Salads
Great Cocktails • Draft, Bottled & Craft, Beers and Ciders • Value Wines • Exotic and Popular Spirits • Soft Drinks • Teas and Coffee