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Thursday, 26 December 2019

Review | The Florist


It's safe to say wherever the New World Trading company goes, something pretty appears. I'm a big fan of The Botanist with its homely food, live music and rustic interiors, so I knew I had to try out The Florist in Liverpool. Taking over from the 'The Old Blind School', the new concept brings feminine and floral touches around every corner.

Set in a beautiful old building full of character, it's located a little bit out of the city but it's worth the walk. From the minute you walk in you're greeted with a pretty haven - the right mix of modern decor whilst respecting the building's heritage. Think hanging lights, neon signs, floral walls and indoor trees. It's the kind of venue you'll struggle to stop snapping. And as you can see, I snapped a lot of it.


It's an incredibly airy space, spanning over two floors and able to fit a lot of people, along with private dining rooms available to hire. It's the sort of place you'd bring the girls for a special brunch or somewhere nice to treat your mum to lunch. Huge windows let in an incredible amount of light amongst soft blush tones, floral designs and quaint furniture.


We visited for brunch on a Sunday. I have to say I wasn't expecting it to be as quiet as it was, as we were the first people in the entire venue. So if you want the place empty for photos, head there around 10am! I didn't get any photos of my food strangely enough, I don't think I had my blogging head on at the time with being a family weekend away, but I had the full english. It was incredibly tasty, a generous portion and it definitely lived up to the high quality of the venue. Service was very attentive and quick with our food, and staff were happy to snap some photos for us. After a night out on the town, the food definitely helped and it's somewhere I'd happily go back to for cocktails or brunch again if I was with my girls in the city.

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