Kiln

After the immense success of the Screaming Goat restaurant, chef Ben Chapman opened the larger but just as impressive Kiln. The regional Thai dishes feature carefully selected native produce and quite a high level of heat. But that’s to be expected from traditional Thai food. The menu is also quite short, which means that every single detail is completed to perfection.

Kiln

  • 58 Brewer St, Soho, London W1F 9TL, United Kingdom

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