With a luxurious Fitzrovia location and an emphasis on being a ‘plant based paradise’, casual dining is at the heart of Kin. With food entirely vegan and vegetarian friendly, Kin seeks to reflect the modern London diner, with a menu of simple plant based dishes.
The dining room of Kin is sleek and minimal, contrasting the colourful food on counters and tables. The all day menu at Kin is one that prides itself on brunch classics, with a simple collection of options such as vegan pancakes, omelettes and cooked breakfasts. Kin Cafe has a keen interest in reworking British brunch staples for a plant based diner. However, whilst there is a focus on the classic British dishes, Kin also incorporates meals from South America into its menu with burritos on offer.
The evening menu of Kin also has an emphasis on reworking the pub classic burger with a variety of different ingredients such as the homemade vegan pattie or jackfruit to help give each a distinctive taste. Kin Cafe incorporates more Asian cuisine into its menu with ‘signature dishes’ of buckwheat noodles, topped with tofu and bean sprouts as well as the chickpea curry, which adds a level of spice to the menu.
Kin also offers an alcoholic brunch for customers incorporating signature cocktails like Mimosas and Bellinis along with classic cooked breakfasts such as eggs benedict with a Kin twist of adding tenderstem broccoli to make the meal distinctive to the restaurant. Along with larger meals, Kin also offers ‘small bowls’ of granola and porridge to enjoy over breakfast meaning that those who seek something lighter are also welcome.
Kin's calming and contemporary atmosphere makes for the perfect place to spend some time on weekends, the emphasis on plant-based dining helps Kin feel metropolitan and fresh to dine in.