Today's Street Specials
THE HIDDEN GEM OF THAI STREET FOOD
Kanom PakKaad (Thai Turnip Cake)
Crispy pan-fried turnip cake with egg, bean sprouts, garlic chives, green onions, cilantro, and sweet chili sauce | 10
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
ANOTHER TRADITIONAL THAI STREET CURRY
Panang Short Rib SOLD OUT
Perfectly stewed short ribs in rich and creamy red curry sauce with pea eggplants and Makrut lime leaves and served with steamed jasmine rice. This aromatic curry is another dish that you can't miss | 35
ORIGNAL VERSION OF THAI FAMOUS DESSERT
Kluay Kaek ( Thai Fried Banana)
Crunchy and sweet Thai banana fritters made with rice flour batter, sesame seeds, and coconut. Served with coconut ice cream, toasted coconut flakes, and a dash of wildflower honey | 8
STREET DESSERT THIS WEEK!
Roasted Thai bananas topped with caramelized palm sugar syrup and coconut meat! | 6
TROPICAL FRUIT DRINK NOW AVAILABLE!
Nham Lum Yai (Longan Juice)
Refreshing Longan juice with Longan fruit and crush ice | 5
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
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.