We’ve reviewed the two obvious bars in Trinity Kitchen, but there’s actually a third one, and that’s the bar attached to PizzaLuxe right at the back.
There are a few little booths here in the bar area where you can bring your pizza or antipasti and have a drink slightly separated away from the main Kitchen dining area.
This isn’t really a beer-drinkers’ paradise, but there are a few on offer. They’ve got Peroni, Birra Moretti, Pilsner Urquell and Brooklyn on keg (the only draught beer in the whole of Trinity Kitchen), as well as two types of Vedett in bottles. Prices are pretty high but par for the course here. There are lots of other drinks options, including Irn-Bru on tap, which made Rich very happy indeed.
Our Brooklyn was served in a frosted glass, which is a very nice touch, but PizzaLuxe must have got a bad batch when we visited because it tasted yeasty and unlike the Brooklyn we know. Although the bartender was very friendly and polite, he was convinced this was what Brooklyn should taste like. Not the best experience for beer-lovers like us.
That said, we’re sure it was an unusual event and we’ll definitely be back for the excellent pizza but maybe we’ll have an Irn-Bru next time.