Fodor's Expert Review Kiln
Earthy northern Thai cuisine bursts out of the charcoal-fired kiln and hot clay pots at this barbecue-focused wonderland in Soho. Take in the fascinating tiny open kitchen and you'll see sizzling cumin-dusted hogget lamb skewers and chargrilled chicken thigh bites, along with other local Thai village-style dishes that show influences from Laos, Myanmar, and the Yunnan province of China. Pick up hints of Thai parsley and Burmese wild ginger in a slew of authentic dishes such as lime-bathed langoustines or claypot-baked glass noodles with Tamworth pork belly and brown crab meat.
58 Brewer St.
London, Greater London W1F 9TL, England
- Open-kitchen setup with charcoal grill and hot clay pots
- Plethora of Cornish-grown Thai, Burmese, and other Asian herbs and spices
- Heavenly cumin-dusted aged hogget lamb skewers