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[CLOSED] Kin Cow

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~$15/pax
* This place has closed :( Please try somewhere else. * 'Kin Khao', meaning "eat rice", is the commonly used Thai expression "to eat". Kin Cow was borne from a double love of traditional kuay teow neua or Thai Beef Noodles, together with premium, imported beef. With a recipe that has been passed down through many generations, Mr Ruud and his wife, Not, have preserved a long-held family tradition of selling kuay teow neua in Thailand. Kin Cow is excited to bring their special blend of herbs and spices from the streets and kitchens of Bangkok to your steamy bowl here in Singapore. Together with our hand-picked selection of premium cuts from the pastures of Australia, the US, and Japan, Kin Cow is proud to present our souped-up version of the traditional bowl of Thai Beef Noodles, so come and Kin Cow!

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It's definitely quality beef and you can choose your selection of beef - brisket, ribeye, sirloin - and the type of noodles!
Their broth was both savoury and sweet, kind of reminds me of bakuteh!
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Rate: 4/5 🌟, so going back for their beef noods
πŸ“ Kin Cow, Chinatown Point

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Will be sharing my favs from the whole spread in the next post 😍😍
Thank you @kenpgl for letting me join in on the fun with the others and Edmund, for being a graceful host.
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πŸ“Chinatown Point

I was really surprised by the quality I got from Kin Cow and the level of customization you can do to your bowl. I added Tendon on top and went with the Mee Pok option. The beef was so soft and the gravy worked well with the noodles, slightly β€œjeelat” after a while but still shiok enough!

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Curry was pretty good and luckily just short of being too rich and the portion of meat is so generous!
Unfortunately, although it uses the same beef brisket as the pad see ew ($11.90++, very similar to char kway teow, but sweeter) it is more tough, probably due to the soaking in the curry! I will try the pad see ew next! It is for for those who like a heavier taste! Also the beef brisket in this dish is so tender!
If you like like it light, don't worry! The soup noodles are for you 😁
Kailan with pork belly also deserves a mention. I don't usually like kailan, but this is really nice! Not too tough and cooked just nice 😊

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Better than Chatuchak's!

Kin Cow's coconut ice-cream is rich, creamy and fluffy and it tastes exactly how fresh coconut should. It's a generous portion that fills half a coconut and topped with peanuts and mung beans. A satisfying way to end a meal.

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Looks simple but bursting with flavour.

One of my favourite dishes at Kin Cow - Kailan with Roasted Pork Belly. The fried kailan has the most pleasant wokhei aroma that's amplified even more when tasted. The roasted pork belly had a myriad of textures from the wonderful crispy skin to the gelatinous fat and finally, the tender meat. This dish is so good that you can just eat it with a bowl of rice. (But you should definitely try the other items too.)

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