The Boot Room Sports Café is available at the stadium if you are looking for a restaurant and offers a variety of food including steaks, burgers, pizza, grills, pasta and salad. It is a family restaurant and as it is inside the stadium there is no need to look for transport. It is definitely worth booking (especially for large groups or match days) because although it is open from 11am every day it is family friendly, shows live sports and is situated under the well-known Kop stand making it very popular.
Alternatively, you can find kiosks in and around the stadium selling cold and hot food and drinks for all ages. You can expect a pint and pies at around £4 each and you should take ID with you just in case. There is also a junior fan kiosk specifically for younger members selling snacks and hot dogs specifically for the kids.
You are not permitted to bring your own food other than small snacks and be warned that bags are searched at the entrance, although predominantly for weapons or contraband they will take the tops off of bottles on the way in if you are carrying them.
Once you’re inside the stadium, it’s all about the matchday classics: burgers, hotdogs, pastas and pies! The kiosks can have pretty big queues, but they turn over quickly so the wait is never too long. Probably best to bring cash, to keep things quick.
It’s simple, tasty food at a bearable price, though you probably won’t be itching for seconds. You can take your own food in with you, though your bag will be searched. You can buy beers, but cannot take the beers back upstairs and watch the game. They must be finished outside of the stands, which sucks, but it’s all about safety!
Anfield offers up your standard British football fare with plenty of concourses around the ground offering burgers, hot dogs and of course pies. My insider tip is to try the ‘Scouse Pie’; a Liverpool traditional dish akin to a meat stew. Food prices are slightly below the national average at £3.40 a pie, whereas a hot cup of tea will cost £2.50. There are of course alcoholic drinks to purchase but bear in mind that at most English grounds you cannot bring alcoholic drinks to your seat. If you want something more substantial than a pie, there are several restaurants in the ground itself, notably the new ‘Boot Room Sports Cafe’. Although it is open daily, on match days you will have to buy a hospitality package to gain entrance. These packages can range from £150 – £200 and includes a 3 course meal, drinks at half time, a ticket to the game and much more.
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