Kin Cow Restaurant
- Popular Singapore Restaurant
Address#02-34,133 New Bridge Rd, Singapore 059413
Opening hourTuesday - Friday : 11.30am-3pm, 6pm-10pm,
Weekend : 11.30am-10pm
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 DishesShort 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
'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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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.
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Kin Cow Thai Beef Noodles at Chinatown PointYou 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.
Kin Cow - Singapore | BurppleKin 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 BeefWhile 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.
Kin Cow – Thailand’s Popular Sud Yod Beef Noodle Opens In Singapore At Chinatown Point - DanielFoodDiary.comAll 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.
Kin Cow – Popular Thai Beef Noodles Opened First Overseas Outlet in Singapore Chinatown Point | TheLanceScapeWhile 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.