Head over to Liquid Bread Gastropub for a late brunch served on Sundays from noon to 5:00. Enjoy prime Bavette steak and eggs or a banana and doughnut French toast along with your favorite brunch drink. Stop by during the week with a date or a group of friends to enjoy cuisine such as duck leg confit, California halibut or fresh Hawaiian shrimp cocktail. Sit and visit over a frosty mug of beer or a signature cocktail. The taps at Liquid Bread are always rotating to keep things fresh and new. The extensive beer menu offers draws, pale, amber, German, sour and several seasonal or local brews. There are also several international wines to choose from.
Finish the meal off with a bread pudding, gelato or chocolate mousse dessert. Liquid Bread also serves charcuterie such as chicken liver pate or cremonelli Milano as well as a choice of cheese boards.
Our server was super friendly and was more than happy to give recommendations or explain menu items. The service was pretty quick, and the food itself was great. I highly recommend the the goat curry pasta they have. My girlfriend had the "Mussels" which was was served with udon noodles, crispy octopus, and an awesome broth. Both main courses were great.
The warm belgium endive, which we had for an appetizer, was the only plate that I wasn't crazy about. We both felt like the endive overpowered the chorizo and other flavors on the plate. While it was still decent, it didn't match the other items we tried.
The ambiance was nice too. I would give them an A+ for music, and the interior is pleasant to look at. The music and background noise volume of the venue overall wasn't to loud, and I could still hold conversations pretty easily.
Would definitely go back :)
The burger with bearnaise and the oxtail with polenta were each amazing, but the little plates, like the pickled egg or crostini, were all special too
It was ok, but nothing special. Service was slow and it was not busy. I am sure there are better choices, but I'm not local.
My husband and I ordered steak bites, scallops, sole, and squash bisque. Every dish was fabulous! I especially recommend the steak and bisque. Our friends ordered the chicken & waffles and the burger, and said they were amazing.
We love this placed , very comfortable dining room in a friendly small place enviorment . The restaurant serves well prepared and well cooked unique food . I definitely would return to try more dishes. . Service was well-timed and friendly, huge vritey wines and other drinks which were ovearll afortablle.
It was exciting to arrive at Liquid Bread. This was clearly a gem in town and all the food looked amazing. I wasn't there for dinner, so can only speak to some appetizers and drinks. Food was great. We had fried peppers, apple salad and cheese plate. Nothing amazing, but decent enough grub to nibble on. What I really appreciated was the old fashion they made. SO GOOD! Perfectly crafted. Beer list is also epic.
I had to deduct stars for the incredibly SLOW service. The waiter took about 20 minutes to deliver a drink and another 20 when promising to give us the desert list. My friends and I were very happy chatting away with each other, but when the restaurant is literally 500 sq ft, and most patrons have already left... there should be NO REASON why the drinks took so long. If you're lucky enough to get another waiter who is on their game, I'm sure you'll love the experience.
Our server on Friday night was very knowledgeable of both the menu and the beer list. She recommended the scallops and burger as well as two different beers. She was very attentive and made our dining experience a blast. I also want to thank the hostess for accommodating me for being a few minutes late to my reservation! I called to give a heads up we were running behind (Campbell parking ugh) and she made me feel very welcomed and assured me not to worry about losing my table.
Can't wait to come back!
Any place that has Chicken and Waffles, Alligator and Oxtail on the menu is indeed quite cool. I love this place.
Seated two feet from another couple in 75% empty restaurant on a weeknight. Asked to be moved, ended up right next to the kitchen. Horrible menu no variety grossly over priced across the board. Ordered two salads 20$ burgers one drink each - 100$ with tip. Complete travesty on value. Dark unimaginative decor, highly depressing. Wouldn't go back if you gave me $1000. Huge disappointment is an understatement . No redeeming points, in summary horrible.
Interesting bar offerings. Not the usual big name brands. Mostly small batch organic spirits.
The food is excellent. Very eclectic menu. The Mussels with Crispy Octopus over noodles is amazing! Great salads and sous too. This is a casual little place with some very sophisticated dishes.
Was here last week, and this week had a friend from Ireland in town, and we could not resist coming back to LB to showcase the great drink, food and vibe of one of Silicon Valley's best neighborhood restaurants. As always, we had a great time. The chicken and waffles and the burger did not disappoint. The craft cocktails were perfect, as were the various beers we sampled. The 'donut' bread pudding is not to be missed. One of the best bread puddings ever.
We regularly go to LB. The atmosphere and food/drink are always perfect. This time we ate outside, and had perfectly prepared martinis, margaritas and old fashioneds. We shared the fig appetizer, and had mussels and the newer dish with sole. For dessert we had the bread pudding, which is also newer on the menu. As always, the meal was perfect. Friendly service rounded out another great evening at this Bay Area gem.
Tasty, interesting food. Ambiance pedestrian.
Great place for a good beer, and the best burger, made with a béarnaise sauce. Outside dining is great for watching the Campbell weekend crowd.
Limited wine list which was a little pricey but great beer list. Food menu also limited but everything we had (4 of us) was excellent. Unique, creative and fabulous. Definitely worth a return trip!
Don't be afraid to try something new, we have never been disappointed, from kale salad, mussels and chorizo over udon noodles to baked red beans. The chef is a champ. Oh did I mention the beer list? Well the beer list is insane. I think I like the G Pub.
Far cry from typical 'bar food'. The chef strives to be creative yet comforting at he same time. Bold flavors and some unique proteins. The drink menu is insane and constantly rotates. Best part is they give you a discount on any bottles you want to take home if you dine in :)
I booked it for my husband and his friends and they enjoyed it a lot, great place for a few guys to get together and enjoy a beer or two.
While they have good service and menu, their price and value point is off. $20 for a burger is kinda overpriced and when I wanted to swap veggies for fries, an extra $5. Either way, will still probably get it again.
We went pretty early on a Sunday so the restaurant wasn't full however the ambience is nice and it's cool to have a view of the kitchen. The food was tasty, although a little salty for me and the addition of healthily prepared vegetables, maybe salads, would be nice.