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KIN Asian Street Food

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Published April 11th 2013
Looking for cheap, authentic Asian street food?
About a 5 minute walk from Farringdon Station, you'll find this unexpected little restaurant on 88 Leather Lane greeting you with this flashy sign.

KIN
Welcome to KIN.

'KIN' means EAT in Thai and this is a family-owned restaurant that serves authentic Thai food. The environment is very comfortable because it's a home-like setting. The stairs and kitchen all look like something you'll see in your own house.

The servers provided extremely friendly service, the food was delicious at an affordable cost, and I think it was a great atmosphere. I went to KIN for a birthday dinner so my friends and I stayed past their closing time, but they never dismissed us from our table and we stayed as long as we wanted to.

I personally got the Hoisin Duck spring rolls for an appetiser and had the Singapore noodles for my main entree. I was extremely satisfied with how everything was served and all 12 of us agreed that the food was tasty.

Here are the pictures of what I had, and my total bill came out to be less than 11 pounds. Pretty good, I would say.

Duck Hoisin Spring Rolls
Duck Hoisin Spring Rolls


Singapore Noodles
Singapore Noodles


I strongly recommend checking this place out at least once in London, if you have a thing for Pan-Asian street food. It's good for an actual meal or just for quick bites.

Here's a link for the menu on the actual website.
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Phone: 020 7430 0886
Where: 88 Leather Lane Clerkenwell London EC1N 7TT
Cost: 2-8
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