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Today's Street Specials 

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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THE NEWEST SPECIAL FROM THE STREET
 
Kuay Tiew Tom Yum  (Tom Yum Style Noodles Soup)
Classic street style noodle soup comes with a choice of thin rice noodles or thin egg noodles in a clear broth with lime juice, chili flakes, and roasted peanuts. This noodle soup is served with traditional toppings including seasoned ground pork, roast pork, fish balls, crispy wonton, and soft boiled eggs along with bean sprouts, long beans, green onion, and cilantro.  | 15

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SPECIAL PLATE OF THE WEEK
 
The In-Laws (Khai Luuk Koei)
Soft-boiled egg fried to golden perfection and jumbo shrimp are coated in a bold tamarind glaze that is packed with sweet, salty, and tangy flavors. Fried shallots add a depth of flavor and crunch. This street meal also comes with boiled yu choy for balance.  | 19

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STREET DESSERT YOU MUST TRY
 
Khao Neow Sankaya (Sweet Rice with Thai Custard)
One of the most well know desserts from the streets of Thailand. A perfect combination of sweet sticky rice and steamed custard made from eggs and coconut milk. Topped with coconut cream and wrapped in a banana leaf. | 7

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STREET DESSERT THIS WEEK! 

Kluay Ping
Roasted Thai bananas topped with caramelized palm sugar syrup with coconut meat! | 6

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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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