Book a table and beat the rush to Liverpool’s sexiest Spanish joint, because otherwise you may get lost in the crowd. Discerned diners, Hispanophiles, those looking for a different night out and just about everybody in between have discovered that this brick-walled Berry Street cavern is the place to be. Roja Pinchos, found in the trendy Ropewalks area, is the first bar in Liverpool specialising in pinchos ﹘ northern Spain’s delicious, even more nibbleable answer to tapas!
Excellent service, we got there early and we thought I'd too busy we could have a drink downstairs; but due to several cancellations we were seated right away as there was no one else there- though it did get busy again while we are. The waitress and all staff were pleasant and she advised us in the food choices. Only negative is that as the only menu is on a chalk board on the wall behind people eating - it was a bit awkward trying to read and ponder over choices. Perhaps additional menus easier to read would be good? Also the food was tasty though some quite small . The chicken for eg and the sea bass were on top of a tiny piece of bread. My partner had pork cheek and said that was bit bigger and melted in the mouth. We had two drinks each I had two cava at £5 per glass and he had 2. Beers. We had 9 pinchos between us, and 4small bites off bar that are 1.50 each- in total bill was £60. Overall friendly intimate atmosphere, great staff and good service, maybe some portions were a little small.
Fantastic food and great service. Loved this little restaurant which had a nice ambience and great selection and choices. Unusual way of eating explained clearly. Will go back.
It was fantastic, great service and beautiful food, great value with the Sunday offer!! Free cava is always a bonus!! Will definitely be visiting again!!
It’s not just the Guggenheim anymore ﹘ people are now finding millions of reasons to visit the Spanish Basque lands and Atlantic frontier. The vast chunk of those reasons are food-related, fuelled by the recent, rapid ascension of multiple Michelin-starred restaurants from the area into the world’s top 50. But thanks to Roja Pinchos on Berry Street, Liverpool locals and visitors needn’t head towards Pamplona, Bilbao or San Sebastian, because they have the best part of Basque cuisine right here in the Ropewalks, where you can discover just how much deliciousness can be packed onto one wooden stick.
Roja Pinchos, on Berry Street, is Liverpool’s first bar to specialise in the northern Spanish version of the much wider known tapas. But while one or two tapas may constitute a meal, half a dozen or more scrumptious pinchos can happily accompany a lovely Spanish wine or good beer without stuffing the stomach, meaning you can enjoy a variety of tasty treats. Roja Pinchos keeps you on your toes with an ever-changing pinchos menu, so you can be sure of something new each time ﹘ what you can’t be so sure about is a spare seat, so be sure to book for this popular, authentic Spanish experience in the Ropewalks!