MULTICULTURALITY IN THE MENU SAYS LIVERPOOL IS AN IMPORTANT PORT CITY
Commenting on the menu, Haywood said, “The quality and standard of the food served before the First World War is so high that Yamen must be Liverpool’s favorite place. Bold Street now has a ‘bohemian’ atmosphere, but in the 1900s, London It was a ‘special’ field until ”.
On the other hand, Haywood added that the wide variety of cuisine on the menu indicates that the restaurant was operating at a time when Liverpool was a bustling seaside city:
“At the time, Liverpool was very rich and a large percentage of the world’s maritime traffic was passing through the port. We had a multicultural and glorious history, and I think that really proves that we, as a city, look forward to the culinary side of things,” he said.