Meet The Kitchens
We’re home to six kitchens, as well as an independent restaurant, each serving up different cuisines so there’s something to feed everyone’s appetite.
Kelp joined the Duke Street Market family in the Autumn of 2020, with the vision to create outstanding and innovative dishes to be enjoyed by all fish & seafood lovers.
They carefully source the highest quality, sustainable, fresh fish & seafood in the North West, and work hand in hand with their suppliers to select only the finest, high grade produce that can be traced all the way back to the fishing boat.
Born in June 2019, Bone & Block has soon become one of Liverpool’s most revered steak restaurants. Their team pride themselves on locally sourcing the best ingredients attainable to expertly prepare, cook and serve to their guests each and every day!
They work extremely closely with their specialist suppliers and butchers to bring you the most seasonal, award-winning produce from the best farms around the U.K. Their ethos around the meat that they use is that it must be sustainable, seasonal and of phenomenal quality.
Cahita is a renowned Cuban and South American inspired street food concept which was created in Liverpool in the summer of 2016.
Starting life serving their famous grilled Cubano sandwiches out of a modest shack in the city, Cahita undertook a number of North West residencies before settling at Duke Street in 2019. From Cuban classics to creating new Latin inspired dishes along the way, Cahita is definitely not to be missed when visiting Duke Street Market.
Ginger is an Asian Bowl food concept devised by Colin and Gary Manning, co-founders of 60 Hope Street, Host and The Quarter in Liverpool inspired by their travels in South East Asia and beyond.
The Asian inspired menu uses high quality, authentic and fresh ingredients to create dishes with an extensive variety of flavours and textures with influences from Japan, Korea, Thailand, China & Malaysia.
Big Lola’s serves up a range of Mexican dishes inspired by the Mission District of San Francisco.
Slow cooked beef brisket burritos, grilled chicken tacos, confit mushroom rice bowls and chocolate caramel churros are some of the dishes which you can tuck into at the kiosk.
As well as their permanent dishes, the kiosk will also trial a number of specials.
Vincenzos has been established since 2016, and their presence within the Market has provided them with the opportunity to bring a little of the restaurant on Woolton Road to the vibrant and ever growing Liverpool City Centre dining scene.
They offer several favourites from the restaurant in terms of pasta and some of their smaller plates, with the added benefit of being able to offer a range of traditional pizzas, not forgetting the now extremely popular Pinsa Romana.