If Asian street food is what you crave, then KIN in London’s Clerkenwell is the very thing. The KIN kitchen offers authentic pan-Asian street food from Thailand, Japan, China and Vietnam, among others. KIN’s ethos is simple, fresh and healthy – most of the food is gluten-free and each meal supplies at least one of your five-a-day. The drinks list complements everything perfectly as it includes a good selection of Asian beers, artisan teas, Vietnamese coffee as well as wines from emerging vineyards. The décor is casual and smart, with stripped brick walls and wooden floors, white paint and vibrant detailing. This stylish spot is relaxed and welcoming, a delight among street food restaurants in general.
Venue Details & Map
88 Leather LaneThe CityLondonEC1N 7TT
- Public transport:
- Chancery Lane, Underground
Extremely poor service and mediocre food. I've been a customer twice and never intending to go back. Each experience was utterly disappointing. My first visit was for lunch with friends and we only ordered desserts (banana fritters) but had to wait an hour for it. The server did not submit our order to the kitchen until only half an hour after taking our order. We probably wouldn't have...more
Had my 40th birthday dinner here (over from NYC). My girlfriend is vegan so I wanted a place with lots of options that was central enough so everyone could congregate. The food was pretty good - my veggie potstickers were best I ever had - some people weren't as jazzed with their options. But prices were good and the staff were lovely to our party of 9 who were distracted by a reunion after 15...more
Happened to come to this nrighbourhood and walked past this place by chance. Great authentic tom yum goong!!more
Very impressed. First time I was here I had the Indonesian Nasi Goreng, which was yummy. Just like I recall from a previous trip to Bali. I popped in a few days ago and had the Taste of Thai lunch. Wowowowow, they weren't joking when they told me that the Tom Yum Gung soup was going to be spicy...But I truly appreciated that kick because I feel like most restaurants in London tone down the...more
I came here for a specific reason: photos of their food looked so perfect and too beautiful on a blog I follow. And I wasn't disappointed at all.
It can be weird to find out that the menu mix a lot of different food icons from different places in Asia. They make Pho as well as a Pad Thai or a Nasi Goreng (why I didn't tried this one too).
I ordered the chicken satay and the Pad Thai....more