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Food / April 20, 2021

Kilmainham’s Patriot’s Inn are now serving up street food

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Food / April 20, 2021

Kilmainham’s Patriot’s Inn are now serving up street food

It’s looking delish



The placement of Patriot’s Inn at the busy intersection of Kilmainham is hard to challenge. The distinctive pub is set on the corner, across from IMMA and over the road from Kilmainham square. The pub has done a flying trade selling takeaway pints to happy customers over the past couple of weeks.

Patriot’s Inn are now cooking up street food, and have launched a brand spanking new menu, made up of lunchtime favourites and transportable bites.


The menu is a real mix, made up of things like the Korean pulled pork wrap with kimchi, roast corn and lime salsa, chicken tacos with cabbage and chips, and spinach Gyoza, chili oil, crispy onions, and Asian slaw. The Patriot’s Inn is also serving up sambos, using Ed’s sourdough bread from down the road in Inchicore, toasted with Ermitage brie, sweet onion, rocket, and smoked streaky bacon.

Catch The Patriot’s Inn in 760 South Circular Road, and follow them on Instagram for updates on the menu and opening times.

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