Our flagship site in the city centre is located in the heart of Liverpool’s independent quarter at the top of Bold Street.
This is a very special place for us because we transformed it from a small clothes shop into a humble yet fully functioning restaurant over the course of 8 weeks. It’s an intimate space with a long communal dining table down the centre of the room. You can see into the kitchen from practically anywhere in the restaurant and during busy services the atmosphere is buzzing. Book a table for a weekend evening, or just join the diners at the bar if you are dropping in. We will always do our best to accommodate.
Our second site recently opened in the suburban area of Allerton, a short drive out of the Liverpool city centre. Seating 74 people over two floors, an open kitchen, two beautiful marble bars and space for private dining and functions; it’s larger than Bold Street but retains all of the atmosphere and attention to detail. Even though it’s bigger it’s still intimate, welcoming and unique.
Maray was born in the summer of 2014 from a desire to bring back a piece of Paris’ 4th arrondissement to Liverpool.
We serve an exciting, eclectic food menu centered around sharing plates and our kitchen team draw inspiration from various parts of the globe. Seasonality and the celebration of local produce is paramount and what ties the dishes together is our kitchen team’s approach to presentation and balance.
We make beautiful, interesting drinks with emphasis on simplicity and taste. Many are reworks of classics and our menu caters to all palates, whether you want something simple, tall and light, or short, strong & complex.
Our 47 cover Bold Street site is open for lunch and dinner and our 74 cover restaurant on Allerton Road is also open for brunch at the weekends.
We look forward to seeing you soon.
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We are passionate about where our produce comes from. Sustainability, provenance and quality are at the forefront of our agenda when it comes to working with suppliers and we like to be able to spotlight the hardworking people that make it possible for us to put food on your plate.
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