Upstairs @ Kinara Kitchen - Dublin
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In all three locations, the aim is to provide a relaxed and friendly atmosphere where you can enjoy Pakistani food cooked to order using the very best produce.
But Kinara Kitchen has a special extra touch in Upstairs @ Kinara Kitchen. This quaint New York style speakeasy cocktail bar has a roof terrace/smoking area and is located above the restaurant.
This is a heady combination of cocktails by Paul Lambert (widely regarded as Ireland's finest mixologist) served with irrestible finger food prepared by the Kinara Kitchen team.
Classic old cocktails brush up against new creations - there are also Punch Bowls, and you can even buy your own Decanter of Cocktail to be kept behind the bar - for whenever you breeze into town. It's the bee's knees...
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