Bold and authentic Thai street food cooked over live fire clay pots

Star Dishes

  • Aged lamb skewer
  • Pork curry
    Dry southern style
  • Grilled Tamworth
    Fish sauce
  • Clay Pot Baked Glass Noodles
    Tamworth Belly & Brown Crab meat




Ben Chapman, founder of Smoking Goat, recently returned from his Thai travels and has opened Kiln on Brewer Street. The food is regional Thai concentrating on the simpler flavours found in Thai street food in comparison to the intricate royal Thai recipes at restaurants such as Nahm. Many of the dishes are cooked on live fire clay pots harking back to the tradition of sealed cooking on an ember flame. The meats have been sourced from some of the best farms in England to ensure maximum flavour. 

The menu is short and mostly unfamiliar for London. All the food we tried was bold, new and mouth-wateringly good (even in the first week it was open). Seating is at bar stools by a stainless steel bar that runs the length of the restaurant with an open kitchen offering a front seat for the cooking action.

Being located directly opposite the gym, it’s an enticing prospect post-workout and one that takes strong self-restraint not to succumb to. One to watch as the cool new place to go to in Soho.

Contact Details
58 Brewer Street, London, W1F 9TL

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