Blind Tiger

Ropewalks · Asian · $$$$
90 Reviews

About Blind Tiger

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.

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Further Information

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!

90 Reviews

Karl W.19 days ago · 9 reviews

Food was excellent and the staff were very friendly and helpful. Would highly recommend going to the restaurant for the food and drink. Good range of cocktails as well for a drink after the food

Andrew H.22 days ago · 5 reviews

is been wanting to eat here for a while. the food didn't disappoint. updated dim sum dishes, tasty ribs. I really enjoyed it. as did my parents.

Ann K.2 months ago · 1 review

The food was excellent and the service was quick and friendly. Enjoyed the entertainment too which we weren't expecting. Well worth a visit and we will be returning sometime

Ella T.2 months ago · 1 review

Phenomenal food, phenomenal prices. Great service, friendly staff. Cocktails were great, great range and very tasty! Always loved blind tiger. It was no different this time!

Lauren S.a year ago · 17 reviews

My partner and I visited Blind Tiger on a Friday night for dinner and first of all were taken aback by how beautiful this basement restaurant is decorated. It is really well done and feels very intimate and luxurious to sit in. We ordered a Singapore Sling and an Asian Salvation which were nice, beautifully presented but tasted rather lacking in alcohol. The food is good and since the plates are small and fairly prices you can try a good spread of the menu between a pair. The highlights were a Thai Curry that was a special, Salt & Pepper Chicken Spring Rolls and the Roast Pork Char Sui Bun.The staff are very nice and we received really good service, a dish we ordered was forgotten about and we had to ask after we had finished the rest of our food but they apologised and got it straight out to us. I'd like to take this opportunity to thank them for a lovely night.

Carlos R.2 years ago · 1 review

We really wanted to eat at Blind Tiger. Regretfully, my partner is allergic to shrimp and crustaceans, and we were told that they could not be sure that any dish had traces of these foods. Therefore, in the end we could not eat anything. So, if you have one of these allergies, be aware that you cannot eat in this restaurant. However, they were very friendly and we were treated great (they applied a discount on drinks, and the waiters were very nice). Thus, we cannot say anything about the food, but we will definitely we will be back for a drink. The atmosphere is amazing!

Sarah B.a year ago · 2 reviews

Really enjoyed Blind Tiger, Asian Tapas with a twist. Everything was fantastic including the cocktails which were very tasting and inventive! We had prawn crackers, Pork Char Sui bun, Japanese Chicken (cannot remember name - like goujons), Aromatic Duck Pancakes and Spring Roll. Only reason I am not rating a 6 is because the Japanese chicken was bland - everything else was fantastic. Great service also including a very friendly and professional Maitre D. Would highly recommend!

David G.2 months ago · 1 review

Had an amazing dinner and drinks is exceptional must try the spring rolls and all the steamed dumplings there is nothing on menu that is not fantastic. Cocktails are well worth the money they are made with love and the oncologist is just so clued up if you want a special experience of flavours. The manager is just wonderful and Kate our waitress was just so helpful.this place is a cool hip place and the best eating establishment in my opinion.will be back very soon

David M.a year ago · 3 reviews

Great venue with a great vibe. Fantastic cocktails and excellent service, especially Abby and Dan. Live music and quirky interior design makes this a memorable place. Well done Blind Tiger!

Nimra M.4 months ago · 1 review

Great looking place. Good food and drinks. The live singer was really good but my only criticism would be that it was way too loud, I couldn't actually have a conversation with my friends because we couldn't hear each other or even our own voices. We only got to talk whenever she went for a break and the usual background music was on. Would go again if the live singer turned it down a bit...

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