Kinkao

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Brick Lane
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Friendly staff, traditional Thai hospitality, no service charges, a relaxed atmosphere, reasonable prices and what we genuinely believe to be the best Thai food in London. Welcome To Kinkao

Venue name: Kinkao
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Address: 176 Brick Lane
London
E1 6RU
Price: £25 and under

Average User Rating

5 / 5

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Casey Hoe

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One of the best services I've ever experienced. The waitress who served us was very attentive and incredibly polite. Decor was authentic and clean, food was absolutely sensational as well, definitely one of the best restaurants around! We had pad Kee Mao, Tom Yum soup, Beef Satay skewers and Pad Thai, they were so tasty with authentic flavours.

nahdya a

Really nice restaurant. went with friends and just yummy! lovely feel and friendly staff, really nice. ate loads and prices were good. a must go to restaurant if you are looking for a nice authentic Thai meal. we will be back!

Tracy Clewlow

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Excellent authentic food, lovely staff, attractive interior with beautiful tables/chairs, quirky arty area, we thoroughly enjoyed our meals. Very reasonably priced, good sized portions, one of the best massamans I've ever tasted. Would highly recommend eating here. Lorraine :-)

Miranda Lopez

The best Thai food I've ever eaten was in a small beachside restaurant in Pattaya, where the food was just about perfect.T his place came a close second. We intended to go for an Indian as we were in Brick Lane but when we passed this place it looked beautiful with lots of decorations and fruit carvings in the windows. I convinced my partner to try this and it was a good decision. The food was delicious, I had the crab for starters and a sea bass for the main course, my partner had the chicken satay and a cashew nut curry for his main. The bass came on a wonderful raised metal plate with a candle inside either to keep it warm or to make it look nice! The food was probably the second best Thai I've had, after the beachside restaurant in Pattaya. Our bill with drinks included came to just about £38 for the two of us so while not as cheap as in Thailand, it was definetly good value for money here in London. If you're looking for a good place to have a Thai meal I don't think you'll be disappointed if you choose to come here.