The Brain Food Café
At The Brain Charity, we’ve been helping people with neurological conditions live healthier lives for nearly 30 years.
Now, you can get your brain food fix at The Brain Food Café! This unique place to eat in Liverpool city centre serves up a range of wholesome meals incorporating superfood ingredients essential to brain health, like leafy greens, berries, oily fish and nuts.
Brain Food Café opening hours
The Brain Food Café is open Monday – Friday, 9am until 4pm. Breakfast is served between 9am and 10am, lunch between 11am and 3pm and afternoon snacks between 3pm and 4pm.
A fully accessible disability-friendly café in Liverpool city centre
The café is based inside The Brain Charity’s building in Norton Street, Liverpool.
We are a short walk from Liverpool Lime Street train station, are close to numerous bus routes and have free on-site parking for anyone with a disability or mobility issues. Click here for more information about getting to The Brain Charity.
Our centre is fully accessible and has accessible toilets, including a Changing Places facility. The café’s tables are wheelchair user-friendly and our staff are happy to bring your order to your table.
Serving super foods for brain health
Currently, our menu includes delicious specials packed with essential vitamins, minerals and fatty acids for brain health, and each incorporating at least 3 of your 5-a-day.
Nutritious lunch classics include sandwiches, toasties, soups, salads, baked potatoes, pies, curries and burgers – with salads grown on-site in our edible wall.
There are always vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free options available and we will do our best to cater to all dietary requirements. We also serve breakfasts, afternoon snacks, teas and coffees and cold drinks.
A warm and welcoming atmosphere at The Brain Charity
The Brain Food Café is the central hub of The Brain Charity’s centre, and a focal point for our close community.
Many clients visiting The Brain Charity to access our other services enjoy spending time in the café, which is also fully open to the general public. Others volunteer here as a way to develop new skills and gain confidence.
You can be sure of a warm welcome and friendly atmosphere when you visit this Merseyside café. Why not pop in to meet other people experiencing neurological conditions, to attend a support group or join in with one of our activities?
Covid-19 safety precautions
Diners can sit at their own tables, spaced at least one metre away from other guests if they would prefer. Hand sanitiser is provided upon arrival and at all tables.
Our café staff are dedicated to taking on customer feedback. If you have suggestions for recipes we could try, or ways we could improve, we would love to hear them. Click here to fill in our feedback form.