Red Hot World Buffet Liverpool 1

We’ve had a rather fantastic day exploring Liverpool, but before I post about some of the sights we’ve seen, how about a foodie blog?

We were invited to visit Red Hot World Buffet in Liverpool 1 for lunch, and as the kids absolutely love a buffet (remember our exploits in Turkey?) it was the perfect place to pop-in to for a bite. And we got rather more than we bargained for….

It’s feeding time at the zoo: The kids love a buffet because there is no waiting involved (patience is not a virture when you’re eight and six years old)
You can get started at the salad bar
We chose salads and sushi to start
And I had one of these cheeky chilli con carne pots (topped with Nachos) as an appetiser
The onion bhajis were lush
The stir fries sizzled
Plenty of spice in the Peri Peri department
As well as the pre-prepared buffet dishes, you can also ask the chefs to prepare something individual for you – the noodle bar is deffo worth a visit
There’s plenty to pick from here too: Tex Mex is just one of six world cuisines (and 150 dishes) on offer at Red Hot World Buffet
The chefs prepared some special dishes for us
The king prawn risotto was gorgeous and packed with succulent seafood
Sonny got his fave dish – spaghetti carbonara (the sticks were edible too)
And I got a delicious chicken tikka, served on a freshly baked naan
And to go with all this lovely food? A Caribbean cocktail, natch
A tequila sunrise with lunch? Well, I can always be persuaded. The kids enjoyed their “sweet kiss” strawberry and honey mocktails too
Could we possibly find room for dessert?
The kids were mad for the ice cream station – and the chocolate profiteroles
And the grown-ups got a flambé (hmmmmm)
This is not the usual buffet fayre – the children agreed that this was the bestest buffet venue we’ve been to
And you can always have a fruit plate if the naughty but nice puddings are a bit too rich for your tastes
Is there any better endorsement than a boy licking his plate?
What do you mean I was licking my plate?
Relaxing on the roof terrace (which has super views out towards Albert Dock) after a really good meal

With thanks to Red Hot World Buffet

Written by Johanna Payton