The Art School Restaurant, located in Liverpool’s Georgian Quarter, has won ‘The Taste of England’ award at the VisitEngland Excellence Awards 2017. The prestigious awards, now in their 28th year, celebrate those businesses and individuals who continuously raise the bar of England’s tourism offer. The awards ceremony, hosted by Sue Perkins, took place at the Hilton Waldorf in London and welcomed 67 finalists selected from almost 600 applications, the highest number ever received. Speaking on the award Paul Askew, Chef Patron of The Art School Restaurant said: “I think this is massive for the city putting Liverpool firmly on the map as a top destination, not just for its heritage, its music, sport, its waterfront but also now its food culture. Every leading city in the world has a strong culinary and night time offer and it’s been my desire and determination for the last twenty years to show that Liverpool is world class in every way. This award is great for the Art School Restaurant and it’s great for the team here but I really believe it’s a great achievement for the city.”
Cathy Rees, Sue Perkins and Paul Askew at the VisitEngland Excellence Awards 2017
We've launched our afternoon tea service in the Art School Cellars and we've been delighted with the response from our guests.
Chef Askew and his team have developed a range of menus. You can peruse them at your leisure here with a vegetarian option also available here.
The afternoon tea, which is served daily from 2pm until 4.30pm, with speciality teas, prosecco or Champagne can be booked through our website here