Riverhill Hotel & Restaurant

Riverhill Hotel & Restaurant


0.5 miles
Talbot Road, Oxton, Birkenhead, CH43 2HJ
On arriving at the Riverhill Hotel & Restaurant, set in the traditional suburb of Oxton, we were immediately impressed by our sumptuous surroundings. As we entered, we were warmly welcomed by the hotel manager, who showed us into a tastefully decorated, intimate dining room and handed us a menu that certainly aimed to impress.

After leisurely perusing the options, I chose the wood pigeon served with bacon and beetroot as a starter and guinea fowl for my main, while my companion opted for succulent king scallops with butternut squash purée and asparagus, before juicy fillet steak with veg. We then devoured light strawberry meringue and Bakewell tart respectively for dessert, each priced at £5.50.

We were blown away by the quality of the food. Not only was it superbly presented, but all of it was mouth-wateringly delicious. On finding out the chef for the restaurant is none other than 2010 MasterChef winner Claire Lara, we couldn't wait to grill her about life after the programme. Claire now works exclusively for the Riverhill Hotel & Restaurant, and her passion and dedication to her work were clear to see.

While the fare here is very much haute cuisine, there are special offers - including a starter and a main for £19.95 - making elegant, delicious dining affordable for every budding foodie out there.
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Opening Hours:
Sun:12pm-4pm, 6pm-9pm

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