Spring At Alma De Cuba

Danielle Levy, Alma De Cuba, Liverpool blogger, food, food blogger, samba afternoon tea, gospel brunch, Liverpool life,

Does the hunt for amazing new places to get dinner in Liverpool ever end? I'm glad to say that whilst I have found some of my new favourites, I get to try out some great new places. I got an exciting email to try out the new Spring menu at Alma De Cuba this month with my bestie Sam

Danielle Levy, Alma De Cuba, Liverpool blogger, food, food blogger, samba afternoon tea, gospel brunch, Liverpool life,
Danielle Levy, Alma De Cuba, Liverpool blogger, food, food blogger, samba afternoon tea, gospel brunch, Liverpool life,
Danielle Levy, Alma De Cuba, Liverpool blogger, food, food blogger, samba afternoon tea, gospel brunch, Liverpool life,
Danielle Levy, Alma De Cuba, Liverpool blogger, food, food blogger, samba afternoon tea, gospel brunch, Liverpool life,
Danielle Levy, Alma De Cuba, Liverpool blogger, food, food blogger, samba afternoon tea, gospel brunch, Liverpool life,
Danielle Levy, Alma De Cuba, Liverpool blogger, food, food blogger, samba afternoon tea, gospel brunch, Liverpool life,

Alma De Cuba is situated on Seel street in the former St Peter's church, it's right around the corner from Central station and a short walk away from some amazing places to get drinks making it the perfect place to go for dinner in Liverpool. The interior is amazing, they've revamped the church but kept the structures and some of the classic pieces whilst adding some amazing decorations of their own which make it for a truly unique dining experience. Not only can you come for dinner or drinks, Alma De Cuba also offer Samba Afternoon Tea where you can have afternoon tea with the addition of some amazing Samba dancers. They also offer Gospel Choir Brunch where you can come for a delicious Sunday brunch with your friends and family with the accompaniment of some incredible gospel choir singers!

Sat with the perfect view of Alma De Cuba, it was time for me and Sam to take a look at the menu and try to decide what we wanted to order off the new Spring menu. There is so much choice on the menu and it all sounded so good, that it was such a difficult decision! We finally decided to go for sweet potato and chorizo croquettes to start, I'm not normally a chorizo fan but these croquettes were an such a delicious mix that I couldn't even taste the chorizo. It was the perfect starter for me as I mentioned in my Trattoria 51 post, I have a stupidly small stomach and cannot eat huge portions so this starter was the perfect size, just big enough to give you a good taste but not too big that you're stuffed afterwards.

I've always been some who loves a well-cooked steak and since starting Slimming World I have enjoyed having steak more and more so, of course, I had to try out the sirloin steak with chips. Some people might think that this is sacrilege but I can only eat my steak well done (I am not about bloody or pink meat!) and my steak was perfectly cooked and absolutely delicious! To finish off the meal, I had to go for something coffee related so I chose of the new launches the Kalua Mocha Macaroon. Not only was it a giant macaroon filled with chocolate, you also get coffee ice cream and cream on the side. My only problem with it was that I didn't have a big enough stomach to eat it all but I will definitely be going back to get it because it was just the right amount of sweetness.

Not only do Alma De Cuba have a new Spring menu out for you all to try, they've got a range of offers on this month! One of my favourites is definitely the mojito Mondays where every main course comes with a complimentary mojito. Every Tuesday you can also get a bottle of house wine and 2 courses for less than £20 per person. From Sunday - Friday you can get 2 cocktails for £10, that's me going back for the violet martini this weekend and every Wednesday you can get 35% off the A La Carte Menu which is an amazing discount.

When are you heading in to try out the new Spring menu?

Speak to you next time!
*I was invited in to review the new menu. All thoughts and opinions are honest and my own.

1 comment

  1. I've never been to Alma de Cuba for food as I've always been a bit worried it might be really noisy. But I think this is something I need to change - all the dishes look and sound amazing. Those photos are seriously making my tummy rumble!

    Jackie O xo

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