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Kin

An Asian omnivorous restaurant near Farringdon

FSA food hygiene rating (2012-08-20): ★★★★☆ (good)

  • Does takeaway pots at lunchtime
  • Light and airy
  • Reasonably priced
  • Suitable for dates
  • No vegan desserts
  • Thinks fish products are ‘semi-vegetarian’.

I’m told that in a past life, Kin was a vegetarian restaurant. That’s no longer the case, but it’s still got plenty to offer the vegan visitor. Their menu has vegetarian & vegan options explicitly marked, and there’s plenty to choose from. The portions are large and well-presented. The restaurant itself is nicely decorated and airy.

Thinking up bad points was a struggle. The staff have a rather strange stance on fish - they consider them vegetarian, so make sure you read the menu descriptions rather than just trusting the (V*) symbol. And none of the desserts are vegan, though if you have room for one after a starter & main course I’d be surprised.

At lunchtimes, Kin offer a £5 red curry pot that’s vegan and, frankly, huge - the most filling lunch I’ve ever found. It’s not available from the tent outside so go inside to order.

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About Nopudding London

Nopudding London was built entirely by Alex Pounds. It's designed as a more geography-centric guide of places to eat. Most veggie listings start with a table of text, but I'm normally trying to answer the question "Where can I get a good meal near _____?". Textual listings aren't very good at that.

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Why only London?

I'm only adding places I've visited, as I'm more interested in making personal recommendations than being comprehensive. There are some other places elsewhere in the world, too, if you go looking for them...

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