What they say:
With sites in Chester and Heswall, Barton Rouge has finally opened a third site in Liverpool. Opened in the commercial district at some point this summer, the new restaurant has takien over the former spot of Anderson's Bar and given the whole place a £500,000 makeover. Spread across two floors, Barton Rouge Liverpool has space for 180 diners, a bar and their famous charcoal pit that is used to cook a fusion of modern and traditional Indian cuisine.
What we say:
Barton Rouge founder Amit Kumar has spent two years looking for the perfect Liverpool city centre site, and the wait is finally over as the third restaurant finds a home on Exchange Street. The new spot is redefining Indian food as they move away from takeaway culture and focus on fine dining with an emphasis on old-Delhi style food, including dishes such as Saffron Chicken, Lamb Pepper Fry and Paneer Lambardar. The venue also serves cocktails that can be matched to dishes.