• Address

    #02-34,133 New Bridge Rd, Singapore 059413
  • Opening hour

    Tuesday - Friday : 11.30am-3pm, 6pm-10pm,
    Weekend : 11.30am-10pm
  • Email

  • Price / Fee

    [1 year ago]
    Australian Brisket ($10.90) ‧ Beef Brisket With Bee Hoon Soup ($11.90) ‧ Brisket ($12.90) ‧ Chiang Mai Curry Noodles with Braised Beef Brisket ($14.90) ‧ Coconut Ice Cream ($6.90) ‧ Flame-grilled Chicken ($14.90) ‧ Japanese Wagyu ($22.90) ‧ Pandan Chicken Wings ($7.90) ‧ Ribeye ($16.90) ‧ Roasted Pork Belly ($14.90) ‧ Short Rib ($14.90) ‧ Short Rib With Thai Glass Noodle Dry ($12.90) ‧ Signature Deep-fried Tendon & Tripe ($8.90) ‧ Sirloin ($13.90) ‧ Slow-cooked Australian Short Rib ($12.90) ‧ Stir-fried Kailan with Pork Belly ($10.90) ‧ Tendon ($3) ‧ Tripe ($3)

    [3 years ago]
    Beef Ball Bowls ($10.90) ‧ Brisket ($10.90) ‧ Ribeye ($17.90) ‧ Short Rib ($12.90) ‧ Sirloin ($14.90) ‧ Sirloin Bowl ($14.90) ‧ Wagyu ($22.90)
  • Signature Dishes

    Short Rib ‧ Brisket ‧ Tendon ‧ Sirloin ‧ Ribeye
  • Dishes

    [1 year ago]
    Glass Noodles ‧ Handmade Beef Balls ‧ Mee Kia ‧ Mee Pok ‧ Rice Vermicelli ‧ Round Wheat Noodles ‧ Thai Jasmine Rice ‧ Thai Thin Rice Noodles

    [3 years ago]
    Thai Beef Noodles ‧ Thai Boat Noodles ‧ Thai Milk Tea
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'Kin Khao', meaning "eat rice", is the commonly used Thai expression "to eat". Kin Cow was borne from a double love of traditional kuay teow neua or Thai Beef Noodles, together with premium, imported beef.

With a recipe that has been passed down through many generations, Mr Ruud and his wife, Not, have preserved a long-held family tradition of selling kuay teow neua in Thailand.

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pinkypiggu.com
  • 2 years ago

Kin Cow @ Chinatown Point ~ Delicious Thai Beef Noodles!

Kin Cow might not be the fanciest of places nor serve the fanciest food, but there is a non-pretentious allure that is hard to beat.
facebook.com
  • 2 years ago
  • 9 reviews

Kin Cow | Facebook

Kin Cow, 133 New Bridge Singapore. 882 likes. Premium Thai Beef Noodle Bar
ordinarypatrons.com
  • 2 years ago

Kin Cow Thai Beef Noodles at Chinatown Point

You can get a good beefy meal at Kin Cow; and if your dining companion is not mad about cow there are sufficient non beef dishes to keep him happy for a few repeat visits.
burpple.com
  • 3 years ago

Kin Cow - Singapore | Burpple

Kin Cow has 29 Recommendations. 'Kin Khao', meaning "eat rice", is the commonly used Thai expression "to eat". Kin Cow was borne from a double love of traditional kuay teow neua or Thai Beef Noodles, together with premium, imported beef. Find out what’s best at Kin Cow.

Kin Cow, Chinatown Point: Popular Thai Beef Noodles Using Premium Imported Beef

While there are some areas that require improvements—more service staff, get rid of the smell of turpentine, and portion sizing–the food is spot-on delicious.
danielfooddiary.com
  • 3 years ago

Kin Cow – Thailand’s Popular Sud Yod Beef Noodle Opens In Singapore At Chinatown Point - DanielFoodDiary.com

All in all, great soup base. I would definitely return again. And I reckon they could get the crowd coming in if they could improve on the finer details.
thelancescape.com
  • 3 years ago

Kin Cow – Popular Thai Beef Noodles Opened First Overseas Outlet in Singapore Chinatown Point | TheLanceScape

While we loved the taste of the bowl, the portion could be a tad small for that price. We could easily finish 2 bowls on our own.
That being said, quality over quantity and the food at Kin Cow was definitely enjoyable.
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