Fascinated by how the element of fire has shaped culinary and cultural landscapes for centuries, designer Henry Chebaane from Blue Sky Hospitality aptly dubbed the Baku 5-star hotel's new eatery ‘a steakhouse born of fire' referencing the culinary evolution to events such as hunting dragons like the hero Bayram Gur, burning natural gas vents at the Zoroastrian Ateshgah, collecting embers at Yanar Dag, preparing smoky tea samovar with coals or grilling aromatic kebabs. The restaurant is entered via a ceremonial canopy of glowing metal rods, translucent bricks and wooden blocks symbolizing the ritualistic elements of grilling and roasting. These elements are repeated throughout the space on walls and ceilings in different compositions of light, shadow and textures imbuing the whole dining space with a distinctive halo of comforting warmth. The canopy acts as an inverted red carpet that leads guests to discover the restaurant's private dining room, Fireworks kitchen, Whisky & Brandy library, the wine bar and finally, a large outdoor terrace with wide fire bowls and commanding views overlooking Baku. Open daily for lunch and dinner, Fireworks Urban Kitchen offers a wide variety of steaks, chops, local "şiş" dishes as well as mouthwatering desserts. The beverage menu focuses on whisky, hand-crafted cocktails and an intriguing wine list with a wide selection of quality wines. Presentations and garnish are always simple, highlighting the quality and textures of the prepared food. Sides range from chunky chips, crispy onion rings, creamy mashed potatoes and grilled seasonal vegetables. A menu highlight is the Australian Stockyard FW Tomahawk which weighs approximately 900 grams!
- 674 Azadliq square, Baku Bak AZ 1010
- Opening Hours:
12:00 - 15:00
18:00 - 23:00
Facilities Private Dining Room
Large Outdoor Terrace Wine & Whisky Bar
Dedicated Bar Area 80 Seats Capacity