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.
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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.