Eating & Drinking

Takeaway treats around the village

You’re bound to get a little peckish during your visit to the Port Sunlight. Here’s a list of places in Port Sunlight where you can grab a bite to eat, with options to suit all taste buds.


Port Sunlight is blessed with lots of wide, open, green spaces which are the perfect place for a family picnic or for school and other groups to eat packed lunches. We care for most of these spaces for residents and visitors to enjoy, so please picnic responsibly and dispose of any litter using bins provided around the village. Some of our favourite spots include the Dell, Museum Green and along the Diamond where there are plenty of benches.


Takeaway treats on the Museum Green

On the Museum Green, opposite Port Sunlight Museum and Lady Lever Art Gallery, you will find Mule Coffee and Copa Coffee serving a delicious range of takeaway hot drinks and sweet snacks. Usually open Wednesday-Sunday, 10am-4pm, however this is weather dependent. If you’re visiting specially, please call us on 0151 644 6466 to check.


Lady Lever Art Gallery Café

Located on the lower ground floor of this magnificent building, Lady Lever Art Gallery’s café is open 10am-3.45pm, Tuesday-Sunday (hot food orders between 11am-3pm). Tuck into a range of hot food, sandwiches, light bites, cakes and bakes, as well as hot and cold drinks. The café is managed by National Museums Liverpool. Find out more here.


Tudor Rose Tea Rooms

What was once the village post office is now a cosy tea rooms filled with traditional charm, located on Greendale Road opposite Port Sunlight train station. Take a seat and enjoy afternoon teas, sandwiches, cakes and much more. Opening times are 10am-4pm, Monday to Saturday and 11am-3pm on Sundays. Follow them on Facebook here.


The Bridge Inn

Built in 1900, the Bridge Inn was originally a ‘temperance hotel’ that didn’t serve alcohol. This changed when William Lever put it to a vote and the village’s residents decided they wanted a place to enjoy an alcoholic drink. Today it is a popular Grade II listed pub and hotel, with a friendly restaurant specialising in steak and burgers. The Bridge Inn is managed by Greene King. To book and check opening times, go here.

Hulme Hall Café

New to the village is the café at Hulme Hall, offering up an informal and delightful place to grab a bite to eat and drink every day of the week. Enjoy hot food, sandwiches, cakes and hot and cold drinks. Take a seat in the building that was originally the dining room for Lever Brothers’ female employees before later hosting the first performance of the Beatles with Ringo Starr.