A new pop-up restaurant is inviting diners to pay what they want depending on what they think the food is worth.
Wreckfish Bistro in Liverpool will be offering customers the chance to 'pay as you feel' from February 15 to 19.
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Money raised from the restaurant will go towards crowdfunding to make Wreckfish Bistro a permanent restaurant.
If all goes well - Wreckfish Bistro will be the newest addition of restaurants from the team behind Heswall-based Burnt Truffle, Chester-based Sticky Walnut, and Hispi in Manchester.
Owner of the restaurants, Gary Usher, told Liverpool Echo: "We would love to open in Liverpool – it's a stunning building and I fell in love with it straight away.
"We can do it. We know it will work and it will be busy. We have proved that with the other three, but we just haven't got any money for it."
Reservations in the pop-up will be limited to 30 people per day.
People can book from January 15 online here.
The menu will include stone bass ceviche, venison with pickled white cabbage and mushroom, chocolate tart, hazelnut mousse and honeycomb.