Nama to open a new site in Liverpool’s GPO food hall

Nama, Liverpool is the latest venture from renowned Sheffield based husband-and-wife duo chef Luke French and business director Stacey Sherwood-French

Nama, the Japanese-inspired restaurant created by husband and wife duo Luke French and business director Stacey Sherwood-French, has announced it is set to open a new site in Liverpool’s GPO food hall.

Nama offers a contemporary Izakaya-inspired dining and drinking concept, with the new site joining the couple’s “critically acclaimed” flagship restaurant, JÖRO, in Sheffield.

The restaurant said it will use “premium quality” sashimi-grade fish as well as responsibly sourced ingredients from the UK, EU and Japan and offers Japanese inspired small plates from the land and ocean to offer a “taste of Japan”.

French has previously worked at some of London’s best known venues including the live-fire festival Meatopia and Marylebone’s Carousel.

French said: “I’m so excited we’ve been able to open our next venture Nama in Liverpool, it’s got such a rich culinary legacy and it’s amazing that we’re now a part of that! Launching within Liverpool’s biggest food hall, GPO, means that we can reach an entirely new audience, and one that will hopefully keep coming back for more.”

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