A HELLO Kitty inspired fast food restaurant has opened its fourth venue in Liverpool city centre.

Adding to its sites already open across the region in Old Swan, Walton and Wallasey, the fourth venue is based on Berry Street.

Hi Kitty takes huge inspiration from, and is licensed by, the Japanese company Hello Kitty. With its bright instagrammable pink decor, cute branding insignia and kitsch interiors, it has won over an army of fans who adore the whole Hello Kitty vibe.

The menu pays homage to fast food to sweet treats, with their signature folded pizza and craft burgers. From banoffee crepes to strawberry chocolate pots and delicious doughnuts, sweet delights are the order of the day when guests drop in for a casual treat to a birthday celebration.

A spokesperson for Hi Kitty said: “We are really delighted to be bringing our popular brand to such a key area in Liverpool city centre, especially as we approach the summer season.

“With an established brand and reputation already running across all of our established sites in the region, we decided it was time to bring our knowledge and expertise to Berry Street, which is such a popular area for foodie fans.

“Liverpool has given the Hi Kitty brand and all that it stands for such a warm welcome since we launched our first venue, and we are all about mixing our fun, colourful menus with an open door to people of all demographics.

“Being in such a central location adjacent to shopping areas like Liverpool One and key tourist and cultural landmarks, we are delighted to be in the mix, ensuring our visitors enjoy the full Hi Kitty experience.

“We are so proud of what we have achieved so far with the Hi Kitty brand across the region, and we look forward to welcoming you at our Berry Street launch. As for the future, we already have eyes on another key venue - all we can say is, watch this space.”