Greggs is located at 60 Houghton St, Liverpool L1 1LP, UK, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with Greggs and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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David Williams

4 Google Rating

A good range of pies, pasties, sandwiches and cakes. They also stock chilled soft drinks, hot soup a

4/ 5

A good range of pies, pasties, sandwiches and cakes. They also stock chilled soft drinks, hot soup and tea and coffee.

Kimberely Hamer

5 Google Rating

Quick, efficient service at a good price,.

5/ 5

Quick, efficient service at a good price,.

ΜΝΣ ΓΡΓ

4 Google Rating

Love it!!! Always fresh!! Tasty but the donuts are a little bit expensive

4/ 5

Love it!!! Always fresh!! Tasty but the donuts are a little bit expensive

Mark Hudd

5 Google Rating

Super reliable and very honest service

5/ 5

Super reliable and very honest service

Damien Gerard Latchford

5 Google Rating

I gave their coffee a chance.I have a regular Gregg's that I visit 4 times a week. As the Gregg's is

5/ 5

I gave their coffee a chance.I have a regular Gregg's that I visit 4 times a week. As the Gregg's is just just 3 minutes from my flat I prefer to take out. The (Mocha) coffee in St John's Precinct (Liverpool) was good value and tasted as good as any coffee boutique.I rarely give a five, but this Greggs deserves 5 for the kindness of the staff I observed them showing patience and compassion to a women with early onset (diagnosis aged 55) altzeimers.As her husband said "She looks forward to her visit as she feels they fully understand her condition, and treat her as a normal shopper. The staff know I want my wife to have a normal life before Altzeimers takes full hold.

Dave R

5 Google Rating

Always good value for money with great food and friendly staff

5/ 5

Always good value for money with great food and friendly staff

Patrick mcconville

5 Google Rating

My server Kaitlin provided excellent customer service and a friendly warm welcome! Definitely coming

5/ 5

My server Kaitlin provided excellent customer service and a friendly warm welcome! Definitely coming back!!!

Cliff Dempsey

4 Google Rating

Very good for a butty and a coffee ☕ 👌

4/ 5

Very good for a butty and a coffee ☕ 👌

Shaun Batt

5 Google Rating

marvellous customer team very fresh and so was servive and wellcome

5/ 5

marvellous customer team very fresh and so was servive and wellcome

Sharon Andrew

4 Google Rating

Excellent customer service

4/ 5

Excellent customer service

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  • Monday06:30 - 19:00
  • Tuesday06:30 - 19:00
  • Wednesday06:30 - 19:00
  • Thursday06:30 - 19:00
  • Friday06:30 - 19:00
  • Saturday06:30 - 19:00

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