Location: 14 Paradise St, Liverpool L1 8JF
inside of tgi fridays liverpool
Chavasse park in liverpool one
We went for a quick lunch in a weekday, and we found the restaurant to be clean and tidy. For a lunchtime slot, it was pretty busy with staff rushing to be on top of things. The inside is done with an American diner theme, bright colours and New York theme. The staff were very friendly and welcoming. Their service was quick and smooth. The only criticism would be that it was very noisy that I wasn't able to hear what my wife was saying, so this meant we couldn't have a proper conversation which is what I enjoy the most while eating, having a fun conversation with my wife.
I ordered the chicken sandwich without the bacon. It came with the option of house fries or salad, I opted for fries. It was ok nothing special, the chicken felt a bit dry and the chips were a bit crispy. Other than that it was nothing special to write about. You get your standard sauces but that's about it. We didn't order dessert and drinks, as you would know why we didn't if you read our Kasbah review.
Value for money 3/5
It was my first time in this chain of restaurants, I didn't know what to expect other than American food. I was pleasantly surprised. The minute we came in friendly waitress sat us in the place which we chose, we didn't realise that while seating next to the door cold wind may seriously blow at us. We asked to changed our tables, the next nice waitress again where we wanted, but this time further away from the main entrance. The waiter who took our order was as well very nice, even though we troubled them a lot! I ordered Cheeseburger Deluxe with fries. Meat was a bit dry but the bun was really delicious, fries were crispy and the sauce (which I enjoyed the most) was made with mayo, mustard and pickle. Overall, it was a very filling and tasty meal!
Value for money 4/5
Value for money
I felt that the lunchtime menu may have been slightly pricey when there are other places who offer lunch cheaper. It almost felt like having a burger and chips in a slightly upmarket setting. We were surprised that it was quite busy for a chain restaurant in the middle of the week, where prices are a bit above the average. In total, we paid over £23, just for 2 lunch meals, without any drinks or sides. We can't complain though, food was pretty good for British standards, the cool decor and the friendly staff are positive for which is worth a visit.
What do you think about TGI Fridays? Is it a place worth visiting?