Slinging out the city’s finest gin drinks and contemporary eats, Gin & Fire is heating up Liverpool’s Ropewalks. A popular hangout for the city’s young foodies, the restaurant attracts a stylish crowd, namely those who can appreciate the finer things in life. Serving small plates alongside hearty dishes made using an INKA oven, the restaurant offers gourmet cuisine alongside superb beverages. Found on Duke Street, Gin & Fire is situated right in the beating heart of the city centre.
Fantastic atmosphere and brilliant location, staff were very friendly and knowledgable, would highly recommend to anyone for a pre dinner drink or just the chance to sample lots of wonderful gin
Wonderful gin and great service. Third time I've been and next time I'm in Liverpool will be going again. Just need to get internet working!
Great bar, not so great food. Fantastic selection of gin, fantastic staff with an encyclopaedic knowledge of their gins, but food was average at best and overpriced.
With a warm and inviting decor, the atmosphere inside of Gin & Fire, located in Liverpool’s Ropewalksin the city centre, is charged and stimulating. Featuring exposed brick walls and stylish leather booths in earthy hues of dark green, the restaurant provides ample space to while away the hours while sampling Liverpool’s best gin. In the kitchen, Gin & Fire’s chefs utilise an INKA oven, which imparts a delicious, smoky charcoal flavour on any meat or vegetable cooked inside.
Gin & Fire on Liverpool’s Duke Street is all about providing the freshest cuisine possible, so you can expect new and innovative dishes on offer regularly. Come in and try the tasting menu including drinks and dessert, or simply choose from a selection of gourmet mains and sides. Sunday means it’s roast time, and guests are treated to numerous options including INKA roast top rump of beef or INKA roast pork loin. And do make sure to order one of the Ropewalks restaurant’s gins – simply ask your server which sort would complement your meal best.