Paris Match Cafe Bar
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Paris Match is the well-known student café/bar located in central Kilmarnock, established in 1985. Drink and dine in this contemporary French setting. The atmosphere makes a great place to meet and is a fantastic spot to hang out with friends or family during the day or night.
Our menu uses the best local ingredients. Our Chef has been creating Paris Matchs finest meals for more than 10 years, including Peri-Peri Chicken and Classic Chicken Caeser Salad. We have more than 30 mouth-watering dishes on our menu for you to chose from, made from the freshest seasonal produce.
Our bar has more then 10 beers and lagers on tap, robust wine list and an extensive selection of worldwide bottled beers in our fridge, such as Tiger, Sol, Tsingtoa, Peroni, Coors Light and many more. We also have a very wide range of popular sprits, from Russian Vodka to Caribbean Rum. As well as this, we offer cocktails too, just ask at bar for a menu.
- TV for Sporting Events
- food from around the world
- outside catering
- birthday parties
- stag nights
- function hire
- beers from around the world
A MIXED BAG
08/06/2011 by TroonFoodCritic
Paris Match is somewhere to go if your young and up for a laugh. If your not then its just not going to be your cup of tea and i can guarantee that. The food was okay but could be improved and the service was better than what these reviews made out to be. So if your young i would strongly recomend Paris Match if not dont go and then complain about it.Report this
Dissapointing food and crowded environment
11/09/2008 by tigerhobbes
Paris Match is a good bar to go to with a few friends for a great night out - if you're 17 years old and still in school. For the rest of us, however, it's not wonderful. The hot food is, without exception, microwaved from frozen and the sandwiches leave a lot to be desired. The venue itself is rather tired looking, very crowded and uncomfortable unless you're visiting at lunchtime hours. The staff are most definitely not the friendliest bunch, and will look down their noses at you if you make what they consider "too much noise". Personally I'd stay away from this place unless you're a student or someone who's used to sub-par quality pubs.Report this