The 180-cover, 5,650 sq ft, two-storey venue on Exchange Street will bring the group’s charcoal pit, modern-Indian style dining to Liverpool.
It will be the group’s third site, after Chester and Heswall, and marks the culmination of the company’s two-year search for a city centre location.
There will be new menu items in Liverpool, inspired by Old Delhi-style street food. These will include dishes such Lamb Pepper Fry, Hyderabadi Gosht, Neelgiri Chicken, Dal Makahni, Saffron Chicken, Paneer Lambardar and Punjabi Kukkad Choley.
The site will also specialise in matching cocktails.
“Having established the brand back in 2011, Barton Rouge has evolved to become an Indian foodie establishment that blends traditional home cooking, which has been passed down through centuries, with a refreshing splash of modern-day culinary precision,” says Barton Rouge founder Amit Kumar.
"When it comes to Indian restaurants, our ethos is to shy away from the take-away culture and instead capture the true essence of fine dining."