K I L N . S O H O
Last week I popped round the corner to my new local restaurant Kiln. Following in the footsteps of its hugely popular sister restaurant Smoking Goat on Denmark Street, Kiln does not disappoint.
The timber shop front and black simplistic façade is effortless, lined with a touch of greenery to soften the brushed steel bar front. Inside the area is relatively small but the shoulder-to-shoulder seating makes full use of the space with a basement level for larger bookings of 4 or more. At the back of the restaurant the kitchen is fully open which creates a great atmosphere and fully immerses you in dinning experience.
To begin with we enjoyed some small starter plates, including charcoal-grilled aged lamb and cumin skewers alongside smoked sausage with turmeric, a perfect spicy starter followed by a glass of white wine. They recommend you order 5 or 6 plates to share for mains, which was the perfect amount for the two of us. The food was exceptional; each dish complimented with an array of spices combining Thai, Burmese and Chinese to create a distinct flavor combination.
Kiln only except walk-ins so be sure to turn up early if you have plans!
58 Brewer Street