The Kins' coffee was full-bodied & impressive; part of the reason why I'd return. I picked the largest size - a 7oz White Coffee ($6). Double shot coffee for the win! (The smaller sizes are, by default, single-shot)

The other reason why I'd return: I enjoyed the food that I had. The Tom Yum Pasta ($18) had plenty of fresh seafood ingredients, & the flavours were the right balance of slightly spicy, a little bit sour, & not too salty. I did not try the others - Wagyu Beef Yakiniku Rice Bowl ($20) & Lobster Mac & Cheese ($15) - but received positive feedback about them.

Also, their desserts were bomb. The Kins' Burnt Cheesecake ($8) was actually the original reason why I placed an order with them. If you're bringing this home to eat, I suggest putting it in the fridge for a little while to cool down before consuming, for a firmer texture.

This is the first burnt cheesecake I've ever tried, so I can't say it's the best as I don't have a basis of comparison. However, I will say this - I enjoyed its light texture, unique (but not offensive, as it is only pleasantly not pungently cheesy) flavour so much that I would want to try other burnt cheesecakes as well.

Oh, & the Carrot Cake with Salted Cream Cheese Frosting ($7.50)? Also pretty good.

(This review was written a while ago - but some, if not all, of the menu items are still available!)

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