Located in the beautifully converted former St Patrick’s Catholic Church, which was built in 1788, Alma De Cuba is a vibrant, welcoming restaurant in the heart of Liverpool’s Ropewalks area. Staying true to its former incarnation, the restaurant features original stained glass windows complemented by modern elements lie vibrant red furnishings, exposed brick and arty lighting. Serving an eclectic and flavoursome menu that draws influences from both South American fare and Caribbean cuisine, guests can choose from simple starters like steamed Scottish mussels and succulent mains like the honey and pepper-spiced sticky baby back ribs served with coconut rice, peas and cilantro. On Sundays, guests can enjoy a hearty brunch while Alma De Cuba’s gospel choir sings in the background.
Alma De Cuba, St Peter’s Church, Seel Street, Liverpool, UK, +44 843 504 4692