Smuggler’s Cove Food Review

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Dining out at The Smuggler’s Cove can be a thoroughly pleasing experience that not only satisfies your appetite for good food but also quenches your thirst with incredibly tasty drinks. Of course, the staff is amazingly affable, giving you just as much reason to come back. In fact, I highly recommend it for everyone.


A friend and I recently visited this popular eatery, and I began our meal with a delicious Vanilla Berry Fling Cocktail, a delightful concoction that consisted of Sailor Jerry rum, Licor 43, lemon juice, and a touch of mint blended with strawberry puree and apple juice. It was quite reasonably priced at £6.95 and exceptionally flavorful – a perfect choice if you enjoy an alcoholic beverage offering a complex mix of flavors featuring a slightly sweet taste.


Anxious to get started with my meal, I chose to enjoy a selection from what many people call “starters,” although The Smuggler’s Cove likes to call them “Nibbles.” I selected the Salt and Pepper Onion Petals with Sour Cream for a reasonable price of £3.50. I loved the zingy flavor of the salt-and-pepper mix that seemed to complement the crunchy-yet-juicy consistency of this mouthwatering treat. The sour cream was the perfect addition for this particular appetizer.


For my main dish, I chose an appetizing sounding entrée that I was sure I would enjoy. My instincts were absolutely on target! I had the 9-oz Ribeye, which was steaming hot from the barbeque. This succulent selection of meat was accompanied by garlic butter and served up proper with The Smuggler’s Cove’s house selection of famously seasoned chips (fries) complete with a pepper corn sauce. The meat was flavorful and cooked to juicy perfection, which the fries had the perfect touch of crispy outside with a hot and steaming inside. All of this for only £14.95!


Of course, I wanted something sweet and delicious after that, so I ordered the Warm Chocolate Fudge Cake with vanilla ice cream for dessert for £4.95. The cake was gooey and chocolatey with just enough warmth to get the ice cream to begin melting ever so slowly.


To start off his meal, my friend had the Calamari with Lemon Mayonnaise at a price of £6.25. he thoroughly enjoyed the zesty zing that the lemon provided.He found the Calamari to be cooked exactly as he’d hoped, and it offered the perfect texture throughout the entire appetizer.


For his main dish, he chose an aromatic concoction called HANGING KEBABS  which were totally sopped with sweet chilli, ginger, and garlic butter. His food smelled so good that I thought about ordering some for myself! The chicken was cooked all of the way through, and the texture was smooth. He was totally pleased with his selection and was a bit surprised over how well the chilli and ginger went together to create a wonderful flavor for the kebabs. We found the price of £10.50 to be more than reasonable for this dish.

Since being invited along to review their new menu I have been back 3 times! So thats 4 times in 1 week! To say I’m obsessed is an understatement.

For more information or to check out their new menu see website http://thesmugglerscove.uk.com


Britannia Pavillion Albert Dock Liverpool L3 4AD




0151 703 6555

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