Dear diners, please note that this restaurant requires a £10 deposit for tables of six or more people. Please also note that groups of 10 or more must dine from Alma de Cuba’s set menu and are required to pre-order. To arrange payment and/or place your pre-order, please contact the restaurant directly.
For a taste of Havana without ever leaving Liverpool, Alma De Cuba provides the perfect setting for taking your tastebuds on a trip to the Caribbean. This grandiose restaurant is found located inside the former St Peter’s Catholic Church, a stunning historic building that was opened in 1788 and served several purposes before becoming known as the Polish Church. Now, Liverpool’s Alma de Cuba is a stylish restaurant known across the UK for its unique setting, fabulous cocktails, and their Sunday gospel brunch. This is a must-visit close to the city centre – book a table now to get a table at this beautiful restaurant.
Alma de Cuba Liverpool’s Ropewalks is unlike anywhere else. Located in a former Catholic church, this beautiful dining establishment features gorgeous chandeliers, stunning high ceilings and a stage where spectacular events take place. With opulent furnishings throughout, this restaurant feels fit for royalty, the perfect place to host a private event – you can even rent the entire restaurant for weddings and corporate functions. Incredible events are held in Alma de Cuba regularly, featuring amazing live Cuban music, dancing and so much more.
Start off your meal at Alma de Cuba in Liverpool with one of the Alma creaciones like their Rhumbongo with Santa Theresa Rhum orange, Passoa, Orgeat, banana liqueur, apple, pineapple juice and grenadine. Next, go for a starter like hot smoked salmon fishcakes with sweet chilli mayonnaise before choosing from a selection of mains like their slow-braised jerk chicken with coconut rice, chilli and spring onion, pan seared seabass fillet with crayfish, or mediterranean vegetable gnocchi with spiced tomato, basil and parmesan. End your experience at Liverpool’s Alma de Cuba with a dessert – the sticky toffee pudding with banana ice cream is a must. Reserving ahead is an absolute must at this incredible Cuban restaurant in the former St Peter’s Church in Ropewalks.
Excellent service, particularly when we had an issue with the wait time. Waiter was excellent in ensuring that we were informed and up to date
We went as a group to celebrate a big birthday...what a Fantastic evening..wonderful atmosphere great surroundings brilliant music and dancing. All the staff were so friendly and helpful. One of the best nights we've had for a long time. Would definitely recommend. Gary the Manager was brilliant.
Thoroughly enjoyed our meal. The new menu was brilliant and the steak was beautifully cooked. Would highly recommend anyone living/ visiting Liverpool to try it out
Great place awesome atmosphere á perfect place for a saturday night out went there with my 20 year old daughter and we both had a great time
Evening / Day menus needs sorting, you can not order certain food items during certain times of the day, this causes confusion not only for customers but staff too. We where a group of four friends that sadly because of distance and work we only get to meet up a few times a year. We picked Alma De Cuba as my husbands cousin Soo did some of the interior design some years back, unfortunately the service was ropey, although the food was nice and we where given 4 glass,s of Prosecco and offered some money off the bill. In slight defence of Alma De Cuba it was a busy Sunday evening with most tables being in use for customers. I,d still go back and try again as its a wonderful building and as I said when the food did arrive it was nice.
We love Alma De Cuba but we were disappointed as the website showed it was an open-mic nite but it wasn't! Also showed 3 courses for £20 and it wasn't! However there was 50% off food offer on so that was fine. One of us is vegetarian and she chose the Ocra curry but she said it was a bit tasteless. I had the mixed hanging kebab with plantain chips...it was lovely especially the chips...they were absolutly delicious. The staff were very helpful and the surrounding are amazing so overall we had a great time! They just need to keep the website up to date!
First time dining at Alma de Cuba, having heard lots of good things I've wanted to go for a while. In the end the setting was great, good atmosphere and the cocktails we tried were nice. However, food was mixed. The starter of sticky honey chicken wings were nice but some of smallest chicken wings ive seen and debatable at the cost of £6.50. Unfortunately they had no spatchcock so my first choice of main was not available and instead opted for the hanging chicken, again was nice but portion size to cost is debatable in my personal opinion. The best course was dessert though, the salted caramel tart was amazing and definitely worth the cost. Overall Alma de Cuba is definitely worth coming to try for a nice meal but if you have a big appetite maybe order extra. Ill definitely be visiting again to hopefully try somethinh different and improve my opinion further
Beautiful decor. Friendly staff. Excellent service. Limited menu but food was great. Nicely presented, big enough portions and cooked well. Only criticism which I understand but was slightly frustrating was that we were there celebrating my daughters graduation with the whole family and when wishing to enter the bar downstairs for a cocktail before leaving my youngest was not allowed in and therefore none of us could go in! It was still early and she would have sat with nothing alcoholic with her parents and elder sisters...disappointing as we all had to leave when we wanted to experience the bar atmosphere for a while...
Mixed reviews about the restaurant. The decor was stunning, the Sunday afternoon gospel singing was really enjoyable and the staff were friendly and attentive. The food, however, let the restaurant down. I had the lamb which was nice, but my friend ordered the fish which was bland, and the meal came up on the small side with only one type of veg as an accompaniment. The desserts were the worst part of the meal, 'chilli chocolate brownie' that didn't taste of chocolate at all and mango cheesecake, which tasted more like a mousse and not sweet enough, we were both disappointed. Overall I would recommend going for the experience, but this is what you are paying for rather than the quality of the food.
I had never been to the Alma de Cuba before and wanted somewhere special to take our Australian Visitors.. What an amazing experience we were greeted and shown to our table and looked after throughout our time there. The food was great and service second to none, but what took us by surprise were the gospel singers, fantastic. Our guests were so stunned by the whole experience and never stopped talking about it all evening. Thank you for a special meal.