Kinara Kitchen restaurant

17 Ranelagh Village, Ranelagh

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Kinara Kitchen opened its doors during October 2010 and is the sister restaurant of Kinara in Clontarf and Kajjal in Malahide.

Kinara – translates to 'At the water’s edge' in Urdu. Their aim is to provide a relaxed and friendly atmosphere where you can enjoy Pakistani food cooked to order using the highest quality of ingredients, which they hope you will keep coming back for more.

Their lunch menu offers a great selection of salads, soups and their very popular wraps and thali’s. Make sure you try their excellent Cocktails.

Every Sunday from 3pm - 5pm they have live music from the RainDogs.

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Mon11:00am - 11:00pm
Tue11:00am - 11:00pm
Wed11:00am - 11:00pm
Thu11:00am - 11:00pm
Fri11:00am - 11:00pm
Sat11:00am - 11:00pm
Sun11:00am - 11:00pm

50 people

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16 reviews


Credibility Score:35%

Reviewed 26th February 2014 (visited 15 January 2014 )

Expensive but truly excellent food. The atmosphere isn't the best, the service was really great but most of all the food we had couldn't be better.

8 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:0%

Reviewed 23rd October 2013 (visited 22 October 2013 )

Food is always second to none and best staff ever! Early bird menu is very reasonable and decent potion. Highly recommended and will definitely go back again.

25 reviews


Credibility Score:61%

Reviewed 20th October 2013 (visited 19 October 2013 )

Hadnt visited this restaurant in a few years and am now wondering why we left it so long? This place was buzzing with atmosphere last night. We had a table booked and were shown to it as soon as we arrived. Service throughout the evening was excellent and helpful. Food was as I remember the last time superb. So tasty and delicious - I had prawns to start which were so good and chicken for my main. Himself had the lamb chops to start which were really really good and so perfectly cooked and he had seabass for main! Ice cream for desert was seriously good. All in all a great spot, very helpful staff and really really good food. If you havnt been yet book it now!

19 reviews


Credibility Score:40%

Reviewed 26th September 2013 (visited 20 September 2013 )

A well deserved 5 star rating! The food is top quality, fresh and delicious. Nice friendly atmosphere. Was brought there as a treat with some colleagues and everybody was suitably impressed. I would recommend the Bhuna Ghost with pilau rice - incredible! The staff were very knowledgeable about the various dishes on the menu and the service was prompt and efficient.

1 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:0%

Reviewed 29th June 2013 (visited 14 June 2013 )

This is one of the best places to eat in Ranelagh - service, atmosphere, food, wine selection and cocktails are all superb. Recommend the casual experience of sitting at the bar for dinner - very pleasant and engaging bar tender who makes excellent recommendations! Good mix of hot dishes and milder versions for the softer palate. Little pricey but worth it!

5 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:28%

Reviewed 27th April 2013 (visited 25 April 2013 )

Can't believe I'm only writing a review now... My partner and I have been regulars at this amazing restaurant for the past 2 years. The food is absolutely fantastic with only fresh and quality ingredients used. Definitely recommended is the Nehari Ghost and the lamb chops. The service is impeccable and staff are more like friends to us now (because we are there so often!!). Definitely our fave restaurant in Dublin.

23 reviews


Credibility Score:34%

Reviewed 18th March 2013 (visited 1 March 2013 )

a bit pricey but thats the only complaint i have. the barman is great. while we were waiting he asked us if we would like a cocktail and i said "surprise me". so he prepared what was the most delicious cocktail i ever had. pity i cant remember the name of the cocktail but its some ancient recipe that he found in a recipe book published in 1943. it was rum based and it was YUM. he knew his stuff. its mot my frist time here but that cocktail made me want to leave a review. the staff are always pleasant and helpful and the food always good. my favorite pakistani place in dublin.

8 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:14%

Reviewed 15th December 2012 (visited 13 December 2012 )

Went there for lunch a good few times. The food is delicious. I've tried a good proportion of the menu and all of it is good. The lunchtime nan wraps, lamb in particular, are so tasty and well worth the tenner price. Lovelyb poppadoms to start, great service, if they could delivet a little faster I'd say they would increase the lunch trade as it's a little slow.

12 reviews


Credibility Score:57%

Reviewed 27th May 2012 (visited 2 May 2012 )

Went with a friend on the spot without booking, but was brought to table straightway (even thought they were very busy on the night) service was very good, staff were friendly and helpful in recommending food (they knew the dishes well) and food was absolutely amazing. Definitely will keep this one as a regular choice for night out!

6 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:26%

Reviewed 15th May 2012 (visited 9 May 2012 )

We booked in for the mid-week menu - 3 courses for €20. We were really impressed with the food, having never tried a Pakistani restuarant before. The food was fabulous with a nice choice ( approximately 4 starters and main courses to choose from and one set dessert). The food was quite spicy so if you like a milder dish it would be good to mention this to the server. The servers were very friendly and very efficient and the restaurant is beautifully decorated. It's a great place for a date night which won't break the bank.

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