The Irish press have always been so supportive of our business and for this, we are so grateful. Here’s a taste of what they say...
Siobhan O’Connor, Sunday Mirror - ‘I got to dine this week with my sister in my fave restaurant, Kinara in Clontarf. It means “by the sea” and it was heaven. Lockdown has made us appreciate an evening out – it felt like I was breaking out of jail to enjoy fancy grub’
Dining In Dublin - ‘Based in Clontarf with stunning views looking out over the wooden bridge to Bull island, Kinara has welcomed many guests since opening in 2001, so much so that Kinara’s staff have built up a very friendly relationship with many of our loyal customers’
Shemazing - ‘Their food is divine – infused with spices and ingredients inspired from Pakistan, Kinara Ranelagh uses the best of Irish produce using local suppliers to create its authentic middle eastern dishes’
Easy food - ‘Looking for a nice little spot to enjoy an all-day brunch on a Sunday? Kinara Kitchen, nestled in the heart of Ranelagh Village in Dublin, offers a great Eastern twist to their brunch menu’ ‘Apart from the delicious food, there’s also a DJ to set a lively atmosphere for your Sunday afternoon’
Lovin Dublin - ‘Kinara Clontarf has added a new lunchtime BBQ offering to their menu that includes both meat and veggie favourites as well as homemade ice cream and various fruity drinks that are as delicious as they are refreshing’
All The Food - Kinara have launched an outdoor barbeque. What’s not to like about chicken tikka on naan and a mango lassi as you stroll by the sea and mentally relive the festivals of bygone days, i.e. last summer.
Irish Tatler - ‘Kinara Kitchen, the award-winning middle eastern restaurant in Ranelagh village who has just created a brand new Sunday brunch experience complete with huge flavours, fresh cocktails and Sunday Funday vibes’
The Sun - ‘If you’ve got a special occasion and want to mark it with a slap-up meal, Kinara restaurants have the answer’