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What It Is: A casual Thai restaurant near London Bridge.
Perfect for: Literally Everyone
We loved everything we had here. While nothing really blew our minds, the clay pot noodles and massaman curry were both deeply satisfying. Plus, it’s the kind of place we could definitely use for all different types of occasions.
Verdict: Kin + Deun is one of those perfect neighbourhood restaurants, and we’ll definitely be back to try out some more of the menu.
Here’s a fun fact for you: in Thai, ‘kin’ means ‘to eat’ and ‘deum’ means ‘to drink’. And that’s exactly what you’ll want to do at this small neighbourhood restaurant that’s run by three Thai sisters. They’re open for lunch and dinner, and there’s a long menu of soups, salads, curries, noodles, fried rice, and classic Thai dishes, like claypot prawns with glass noodles, as well as cocktails.
Three siblings have completely gutted and revamped their father’s Thai restaurant in London Bridge. They’ve got a long dinner menu with dishes like curry pork belly, traditional green curry, king prawn pad thai for £12.50, and they’re also open for lunch.
We checked out Kin+Deum and wrote about it in our Ride-Along Report