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A hip new Asian cocktail bar and restaurant on Liverpool’s Seel Street, Blind Tiger didn’t take long to become one of the city centre’s most talked-about locations. Situated inside of a basement, this speakeasy-style establishment in the Ropewalks is the epitome of cool, with chic red leather seating and exposed brick walls giving the environment a particularly sultry feel. Open every day of the week until the wee hours, Blind Tiger is a must-see bar and restaurant.
Lovely visit with excellent quality food and quick, professional service.
We had a booking for 7:30 pm arrived at that time sat down and by 9pm we had had one drink and we were still waiting for our food. the food was amazing but he waitress was unbelievably rude on many occasions and just with a terrible attitude but the rest of the staff and the food was great By 10pm we had had two drinks and our food and left.
Lovely food and great service. Will definitely be back soon
It doesn’t get much cooler than Blind Tiger. Found on Seel Street, close to Liverpool Central in the Ropewalks precinct, this speakeasy bar and restaurant has already gained a huge following despite its rather recent opening. Beautifully decorated throughout, with dark red colours, mahogany furnishings and Oriental-inspired artwork, the dining area is simply stunning. Regardless of whether you stop by for a cocktail with friends or plan to have a full meal, you’ll fall in love with this chic bar and restaurant in the city centre.
It’s all about the dim sum at Liverpool’s Blind Tiger. Try the Shanghai-style pork dumplings with ginger soy sauce, the homemade prawn & chicken sui mai, or mixed vegetable gyozas with hot and sour ketchup. Bigger appetites are encouraged to go for the vegetable pad Thai with chopped roasted peanuts and fresh lime or the crisp confit duck leg with cucumber, spring onion, hoisin and pancakes. Be sure to order one of Blind Tiger’s signature cocktails (the menu changes often) or order a classic Singapore Sling, made with Beefeater Gin, Heering cherry liqueur, Benedictine liqueur, grenadine, fresh pineapple, lime juice and soda. Reservations are a must for this popular Ropewalks and city centre spot!