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On the 20th of May, Kinara is collaborating with Paul Jhon Whiskey to create a unique experience for the guest. Paul Jhon hailing from the tropical shores of Goa, along the west coast of India, comes the Paul John single malts, a golden spirit of brilliance, from John Distilleries. A golden spirit pairing with Kinara delicacies in an excellent ambiance.

The exquisite evening at Kinara by Vikas Khanna with the Great Indian Single Malt Whiskey Dinner starts at 7:30pm for a four-course tasting menu with Paul Jhon Single Malt for 349 AED per person which also includes Single malt based welcome drink cocktail and canapes.

Kinara, meaning by the lake, is a modern exploration of traditional Indian cuisine. Described as an ‘affordable and approachable homage to the Indian kitchen’, it was inspired by the raw beauty of home cooking, from the richly diverse regions of India and South Asia. The restaurant interior design offers a journey of the senses from the moment of arrival. Elegant oversized spice displays adorn the entrance creating enticing aromas, as guests move throughout the space. The spice market experience provides guests with the opportunity to learn about the different culinary functions and health benefits of each ingredient used. Views into the kitchen further entice guest’s senses, creating a visual connection between the menu and its preparation, culminating in a beautiful open kitchen. A magnificent outdoor terrace offers al fresco dining and vistas across the lake and lush golf course with a stunning fire feature taking centre stage. Creating a fluent journey, guests of Kinara by Vikas Khanna can simultaneously interact and connect with Indian cuisine and culture during their experience.

When: Friday 20th May

Where: Kinara by Vikas Khanna at JA Lake View Hotel

Time: 7:30pm

Price: Four Course Tasting Menu with Paul Jhon Single Malt for AED 349 per person

Booking: Call 04 814  5555. Prior reservation is required.*

 

Source: Seven Media