Situated in the old ‘RAN’ shop on Bold Street, ‘Chicha… Peruvian Street Kitchen’ opened its doors in summer 2016 and within couple of months it has been announced ‘1 of 3 Best South American Restaurants in England’ by The Sunday Times and quickly became one of the Bold Street favourites.

Chicha is part of the portfolio of Liverpool based & independent restaurant operators – Bistro Qui? (Bistro Pierre in Cavern Quarter, Bistro Jacques on Hardman Street, Bistro Franc on Hanover Street, Bistro Jacques in Shrewsbury, The Hub Alehouse & Kitchen on Hanover Street, Button Street Smokehouse in Cavern Quarter & The Refinery on Hope Street).
The eatery serves all day menu form 12-10pm every day. There’s a huge selection of small plates from Meat, Fish or Veggie Bar as well as Big Plates and homemade Desserts. Between 12-6pm daily,you can enjoy the Lunch Offer – 3 small plates for £11 from the daily changing menu. You can also grab a delicious Pisco Sour or a pint of South-American lager on one of the upholstered armchairs in the cosy Pisco Bar upstairs.

Situated in the old ‘RAN’ shop on Bold Street, ‘Chicha… Peruvian Street Kitchen’ opened its doors in summer 2016 and within couple of months it has been announced ‘1 of 3 Best South American Restaurants in England’ by The Sunday Times and quickly became one of the Bold Street favourites.

Chicha is part of the portfolio of Liverpool based & independent restaurant operators – Bistro Qui? (Bistro Pierre in Cavern Quarter, Bistro Jacques on Hardman Street, Bistro Franc on Hanover Street, Bistro Jacques in Shrewsbury, The Hub Alehouse & Kitchen on Hanover Street, Button Street Smokehouse in Cavern Quarter & The Refinery on Hope Street).
The eatery serves all day menu form 12-10pm every day. There’s a huge selection of small plates from Meat, Fish or Veggie Bar as well as Big Plates and homemade Desserts. Between 12-6pm daily,you can enjoy the Lunch Offer – 3 small plates for £11 from the daily changing menu. You can also grab a delicious Pisco Sour or a pint of South-American lager on one of the upholstered armchairs in the cosy Pisco Bar upstairs.

Situated in the old ‘RAN’ shop on Bold Street, ‘Chicha… Peruvian Street Kitchen’ opened its doors in summer 2016 and within couple of months it has been announced ‘1 of 3 Best South American Restaurants in England’ by The Sunday Times and quickly became one of the Bold Street favourites.

Chicha is part of the portfolio of Liverpool based & independent restaurant operators – Bistro Qui? (Bistro Pierre in Cavern Quarter, Bistro Jacques on Hardman Street, Bistro Franc on Hanover Street, Bistro Jacques in Shrewsbury, The Hub Alehouse & Kitchen on Hanover Street, Button Street Smokehouse in Cavern Quarter & The Refinery on Hope Street).
The eatery serves all day menu form 12-10pm every day. There’s a huge selection of small plates from Meat, Fish or Veggie Bar as well as Big Plates and homemade Desserts. Between 12-6pm daily,you can enjoy the Lunch Offer – 3 small plates for £11 from the daily changing menu. You can also grab a delicious Pisco Sour or a pint of South-American lager on one of the upholstered armchairs in the cosy Pisco Bar upstairs.

Chicha’s Head Chef, Bertie Kitchen is extremely passionate about Peruvian cusine: “This is one of the most exciting concepts I’ve ever worked with. Peruvian food is packed with flavour and makes the most of fresh ingredients and seasonal produce. We wanted to bring a taste of Peru back from our travels and introduce it to the people of Liverpool (…). In Peru, flowers are often used in the presentation of traditional food – even in small street huts – and we keep this trend alive in Chicha so that our dishes look vibrant and colourful. Peruvian cuisine is heavily influenced by its proximity to the Amazon rainforest.”

As well as authentic Peruvian flavour, Chicha provides a unique and traditional setting to enjoy your meal. Hand-made vases and masks, bamboo balustrades, upholstered armchairs, heavy wooden tables and bespoke graffiti on the walls all add to the lively atmosphere which is typical of South America.
Hand-decorated sinks and ornate mirrors, imported from Cusco (Peru) specifically, are carefully selected finishing touches which further enhance the Chicha experience.

This combination of typically Peruvian décor and stunning traditional flavours are attracting Liverpool’s diners who are keen to try something different.
Traditional Peruvian plates such as ‘Ceviche’ (raw fish marinated in lime and chilli), Lomo Saltado and ‘Yukka’ potato chips, which are hugely popular in Peru, can be found on our exciting and varied menu.

We invite you to come in to Chicha and experience a totally different world tucked away in amazing venue on Liverpool’s vibrant Bold Street.

Chicha. Peruvian Street Kitchen

55 Bold Street, Liverpool, L1 4EU
0151 294 4146

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