Italian street food

In Venice, a bacaro is a workingman’s pub where snacks called cichetti are served in small plates, and wine is served in a commensurately small glass (“ombra” in the local dialect). Historically, bàcari were simple places: small, dark canteens where a Venetian’s thirst for wine could be quenched and his appetite calmed – as early as 9:00am – after a long morning’s work, or in the evening hours before dinner. Bacaro, on Castle St, has rightly become one of Liverpool's best restaurants and their street food stall at Baltic Market will be just as tasty. Focusing on their famous chicken milanese with different loaded options


Crispy chicken milanese Nduja

Crispy fried buttermilk chicken breast with spicy Nduja sausage, mac n’ cheese and bacon bits


Crispy chicken milanese caprese

Crispy fried buttermilk chicken breast with tomato and mozzarella caprese with garlic aioli, basil and nut butter


Crispy chicken milanese hummus

Crispy fried buttermilk chicken breast with rocket n’ Parmesan, hummus and truffle balsamic dressing


Crispy chicken milanese salsa verde

Crispy fried buttermilk chicken breast with harissa fried eggs with salsa verde and crispy onions


Veggie Fried Chicken V

All the toppings above, but no meat bits!


Cheesy Bolognese Fries

with cheese sauce and crispy onions


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