Kin Cow sells authentic Thai Beef Noodles in the heart of Chinatown, on the 2nd level of Chinatown Point. Kin Cow is a common phrase used in Thailand which means “to eat”, and this place is exactly where you should eat at. Take your orders from their iPad digital menu,
Their Beef Noodles might remind you of Vietnamese Pho, but this bowl stands out from Pho in different ways. It might seem a little pricey for a bowl of beef noodles, but it’s because they use premium beef cuts like Rib Eye and Sirloin. However, they do have other more common options like the Beef Ball and Brisket. All their cuts are from U.S. and Australia.
Loved how all their soup bowls not only came with a generous portion of vegetables but also a lot of beef. Also, Kin Cow’s noodles are even specially imported from Thailand which makes it more authentic.
For your bowl of beef noodles, you can customise it to your likings by choosing which cut of the beef you’ll like first, followed by the type of noodle and the base (soup/dry).
The beef was both tender and tasty, and I particularly liked the Thai Glass Noodles as it was very different from our Chinese glass noodles. The essence of beef was also present in their broth, and it wasn’t too salty either. Everything about this dish screamed comfort food on a rainy day.
After hearing customer feedbacks on their dishes, they decided to come up with the Dry Beef Noodles which is very unique to Kin Cow. They use Mee Kia, inspired by our Singaporean roots, is accompanied with a hot bowl of Beef Soup. Loved how they actually paid attention to feedbacks and came up with something as great as this. Definitely, a must try here. You’ll be surprised at how much you’ll like it.
Price: $10.90 (Beef Ball)/ $11.90 (Brisket)/ $12.90 (Short Rib)/ $14.90 (Sirloin)/ Ribeye ($17.90)
They’ve even adapted to our Singaporean flavours by coming up with a Pork Belly/ Beef Curry Noodle. Those who absolutely love curry will also love this thick, savoury curry along with their Mee Pok noodle.
Price: $13.90 (Pork Belly)
Their sides here were also very impressive, my favourite being the Deep Fried Tendon & Tripe. It’s a really unique dish to Kin Cow – highly recommended and super worth the calories.
When you talk about Thai Desserts, you immediately think of… Mango Sticky Rice! That’s exactly what they have here, and this sweet mango sticky rice will satisfy your dessert cravings.
Another addictive dessert was the Coconut Ice-Cream served in half a coconut, which was so light and refreshing. Topped with peanuts and mung beans, it just ended off the meal on a sweet note.