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Specials & Updates

Today's Street Specials 


Gieow Tod

Crispy fried wonton with quail eggs served with sweet n' sour sauce. Try this Thai street snack today!  | 8


Laab Neau (Spicy Ground Beef Salad) 

Another famous street dish from the Northeastern region - ground American Wagyu beef, red onions, cilantro, green onions, mint , roasted rice powder, spicy lime dressing, spring mixed salad, cabbage, sticky rice   | 21  


Khao Moo Dang (Thai Style Roasted Pork Over Rice)

Another Thai Street dish that can't be missed. Classic rice plate with slices of roasted red pork, a soft boiled egg, and sweet sausage. A sweet & savory sesame gravy coats the ingredients to complete the dish. This delicious combination also comes with a side of soy sauce vinaigrette, fresh cucumber, and a cup of broth.  | 18


Pou Nim Pad Phong Karee (Soft Shell Crab w/ Curry Sauce)

Unique dish from the street. Golden fried soft shell crabs, crab meat, yellow onions, green onions, celery, sweet peppers in sweet and savory yellow curry sauce. Served with steamed jasmine rice. | 32

Coconut Pandan Crepe Cake

Tropical flavors dessert. Light and fluffy cream sandwiched between thin layers of pandan flavored crepe with coconut meat and coconut sauce. | 13


Chang Beer 

Another classic American-Style Lager imported from Thailand. This beer is made from finest quality malt, rice, and hops with natural deep-water wells of Thailand. 6.4% ABV | 6


selection of Kombucha | 10
- Local Roots Through the POG: Passion fruit, orange, guava. 6% ABV
-Local Roots Island Vibes: Pineapple, coconut, blue spirulina. 6% ABV
-June Shine Weekend Friend: Blackberry, blueberry, ginger, lemon. 6% ABV



Kin - Thai Street Eatery is a family-owned and operated restaurant located in downtown Sacramento. Our mission is to recreate the original flavors of Thai street foods and offer the experience of Thai food culture.


Born and raised in Thailand, Napis and Napak have always enjoyed the street food scenes of Thailand. Strolling down the streets of Thailand, one can find various offerings from snacks like Moo Ping (grilled pork skewers), drinks, traditional rice and noodles dishes like Pad Ga Prao and Boat Noodles to a dish with a modern twist like Thai-flavored crepe. The two sisters strive for the most original recipes and finest ingredients to deliver the nostalgic flavors of the streets of Thailand to Sacramento.





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