Tuesday, 14 February 2017

Review: Yard and Coop, Liverpool

We love eating out as a family. Now that the kids are a little bit bigger we can try and take them to places that we might not have dared take them a few years ago! It's not that our girls are badly behaved, but children are children - they get restless and that can sort of kill the mood in a relaxed restaurant environment! However, now they are 13, 5 and 3, we find that they are much more chilled out and better suited to new and exciting restaurants.

Yard and Coop is one of those restaurants. Situated in the heart of Liverpool on Hannover Street, Yard and Coop promises yummy buttermilk-fried chicken. We weren't disappointed!

As it was the launch night, there was live music on and a photo-booth. We had a lot of fun in the photo booth, as you can see from the photographs!




The menu is varied and offers a lot of different chicken-based dishes. I also loved that they offered a haloumi version of each dish - great for veggies or non-chicken fans!

Amazeballs washed down with a little beer!

The kids menu was also perfect for us - three different dishes, we chose chicken and chips for the kids and safe to say that they ate theirs all up. We ordered BBQ chicken wings as a started - these were delicious - and we also tried the "Amazeballs" - sweetcorn balls with a chilli dip - these were amazing and definitely deserved the label "amazeballs."


As you can see from the pictures, the food was well presented and actually really yummy. Emily had a smoothie for her dessert, the kids had ice cream as part of their meal and myself and Warren were too stuffed to fit in anything else!



Overall, we really enjoyed this restaurant. The bill came to around £60 for the five of us, which is about what we would spend on a family of five to eat with drinks and desserts. The kids had a lovely time, and enjoyed colouring in. They also really enjoyed the pots of Lego that were also brought to the table - what a great idea!



Disclosure: We were invited to Yard and Coop and our costs were covered for the purpose of this review. All words and views are our own.

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