MPW Frankie’s New York Italian

MPW Frankie’s New York Italian


0.5 miles
The King's Gap, Hoylake, CH47 1HE
What do Marco Pierre White and Champion Jockey Frankie Dettori have in common? A passion for lip-smackingly fresh Italian-style cuisine. A collaboration has seen their restaurant - MPW Frankie's New York Italian - pop up in London and Dubai, and now the latest addition is going down a storm in Merseyside's Hoylake.

We walked in to the sight of patio doors pulled back to reveal a sun-drenched garden. On such a gorgeous sunny day this chic, welcoming restaurant felt as if it could be on the edge of the Mediterranean. New York-style Italian cuisine graces the menu and, feeling the summer vibe, I plumped for tuna with new potatoes and rocket, drizzled with balsamic vinegar and finished with Parmesan. Accompanying this was thin, crisp garlic bread and a selection of other breads with oil. Bambinos in tow? This family-friendly restaurant offers a children's menu with three courses for £7.50. We saw little ones wolfing down courses of garlic bread, chicken piccata with chips and New York cheesecake. My sweet tooth tingling, a delectable chocolate truffle cake really ended the meal on a high.

Superbly priced for such delicious fare, and with friendly and attentive service to boot, there's no doubt that MPW Frankie's makes a worthy addition to the flourishing Merseyside eating-out scene.
+2MPW Frankie’s New York Italian
Open: Food Served: Mon-Sun noon-2.30pm, 5.30pm-10pm

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