Opening on Paradise Street, The Real Greek’s 3,900 sq ft restaurant caters to 200 diners in total and offers Greek classics such as meze, Souvlaki wraps, and salads.
Meanwhile, The Botanist’s 6,400 sq ft restaurant has opened at Liverpool ONE’s leisure terrace on Chavasse Park, joining Loretta’s Parkside Tavern and the soon-to-open Flight Club. The restaurant offers a mixture of lighter dishes, classic bar meals, as well as unique cocktails.
Rob Deacon, director of asset management at Grosvenor, said: “Liverpool ONE continues to be the destination of choice for popular and established UK brands to launch in the city. The Real Greek and The Botanist each offer something a little different, and that’s reflective of our strategy to ensure a diverse range of food, entertainment and leisure opportunities at the destination, providing more choice for the sustained demand we have seen at Liverpool ONE.”
The arrivals follow the news that Liverpool ONE has seen its strongest start a year in over half a decade, with a 9% year-on-year increase in visitor numbers during the first three weeks of the year.