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Today's Street Specials 

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BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND!
 
Naem Si Krong Moo (Fermented Pork Ribs)
Sour cured pork ribs fermented with rice and garlic. Fried to perfection and served with sliced fresh ginger and roasted peanuts. This street snack is an excellent pairing with a refreshing Thai Singha beer from our tap.  | 12

STREET APPETIZER OF THE WEEK
 
Sai Krok Isaan (Issan Sausage)
Northeastern style pork sausage grilled and served with sliced fresh ginger and roasted peanuts. This street snack is excellent with beer!  | 10

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FROM THE NORTHEASTERN REGION

Laab Moo (Spicy Ground Pork Salad)
Ground pork, shredded pork skin, red onions, cilantro, green onions, mint , roasted rice powder, spicy lime dressing, spring mixed salad, cabbage, sticky rice.   | 18

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TROPICAL FLAVORS DESSERT

Coconut Pandan Crepe Cake
Light and fluffy cream sandwiched between thin layers of pandan flavored crepe with coconut meat and coconut sauce. | 13

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STREET FAVORITE DESSERT

Kluay Ping (Grilled Banana)
Grilled Thai Numwah banana topped with palm sugar syrup, coconut cream and coconut meat. | 6

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TROPICAL FRUIT DRINK NOW AVAILABLE! 

Nham Lum Yai (Longan Juice)
Refreshing Longan juice with Longan fruit and crush ice | 5

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THAI-INSPIRED FLAVOR BEER

 Tom Kha Beer
The latest unique wheat ale inspired by the flavors of Tom Kha soup! Tom Kha beer by 7 Bangkok Craft Brewing Co. is a medium-body wheat ale with 5.0% ABV. Prominent notes of lemongrass, makrut lime leaves, silky coconut and sharp galangal create bright, crisp, refreshing, and zesty brew. | 9

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NEW HARD KOMBOCHA

 June Shine - Midnight Painkiller
Dark twist on the classic painkiller tiki cocktail with pineapple, coconut, orange, activated charcoal and nutmeg. It pours a dark purple twilight color. 6% ABV| 10

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ABOUT US

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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