Hotel group EPIC opens its first Liverpool city centre restaurant

Mason’s Kitchen & Bar is located in Seel Street in the Ropewalks district and opened its doors to customers for the first time at the weekend.

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Mason’s Kitchen & Bar in Seel Street, Liverpool city centre

 

Liverpool hotel operator EPIC has opened its first restaurant in the city centre.

Mason’s Kitchen & Bar is located in Seel Street in the Ropewalks district and opened its doors to customers for the first time at the weekend.

The 120-cover restaurant is the group’s first dedicated restaurant operation and will be open daily from 7am until late, serving a varied menu from breakfast through to after dinner cocktails in the sophisticated drinks lounge.

Established in 2012 by Simon and Fiona Beer, EPIC operates a portfolio of properties offering a mix of apartments, aparthotels and its most recent offering – Seel Street Hotel by EPIC – which opened in December 2018 in partnership with Elliot Group.

The restaurant concept is inspired by Simon and Fiona’s own family – who wanted to create a warm environment that encourages people to get together around a table sharing food and celebrating every occasion.

Head chef Ian Stott, previously from London’s Connaught and Ritz hotels, has developed a debut menu focused on delivering European-inspired cuisine from sharing platters and classic cuts, to a selection of stone baked pizzas and indulgent desserts.

Signature dishes include the EPIC platter featuring cured Italian meats, Nduja sausage and Serrano ham, served with Cornish Yarg, Stilton and Golden Cross cheeses, caramelised onion hummus, sun blushed tomatoes, beetroot relish, breads and cheese biscuits.

There will also be a classic Tomahawk grill to share, served with a watercress and rocket salad, grilled tomato, balsamic onions and thick cut chips.

Simon Beer, managing director of EPIC group, said: “The variety of operations in this part of the city is unquestionable. We wanted to create a place where everyone feels welcome, from families with young children and groups of friends, to those visiting Liverpool for a weekend wanting a slice of its vibrant culture accompanied by our warm hospitality.

“With a personable, refreshing atmosphere, our menu is a relaxed mix of dishes – much like you would find around the table at home. We are very much looking forward to welcoming guests and hope our offering will deliver something special for the city.”

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