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A modern fusion restaurant, KINS Restaurant is a family-run operation emphasising the importance of bringing people together while serving them amazing food. Found on Jalan Klapa in Singapore’s Bugis area, this contemporary restaurant merges European and Asian cuisine, resulting in incredible flavours found nowhere else. Open seven days a week for lunch and dinner, you’ll have plenty of chances to check out this excellent new restaurant (just make sure to reserve ahead!).
Very delicious food at reasonable price. Great value for money! There is no service charge and GST. Place is cozy. Polite and friendly staff! Highly recommended!
A quaint no-frills cafe located in the Bugis area. KINS serves good quality and tasty food for people looking for a place for family and friends. The pricing is reasonable and service is just nice. Not too overly sticky and not blatantly distant.
Very quiet and good environment for relax and gather with friend. Very delicious food at reasonable price. Great value for money! There is no service charge and GST. Place is cozy. Polite and friendly staff! Highly recommended!
Owned by three brothers who care a whole lot about family, KINS Restaurant on Singapore’s Jalan Klapa is a friendly, welcoming fusion restaurant that is suitable for the entire clan – even the littlest ones. Recently opened, the Bugis restaurant serves up a wide range of drinks, starters, soups, mains, snacks and desserts. Casual but stylish, the restaurant is suitable for just about any occasion.
Begin your meal at this charming KINS Restaurant in Singapore’s Bugis with KINS House Salad, a big bowl filled with mesclun greens, parmesan cheese, Roma tomatoes, roasted pumpkin and Asian sesame dressing. Bigger appetites are encouraged to try the 3896 Porky, pork belly braised in vintage hua tiow served with a side of green mash, braised egg and sauteed mushroom. Love seafood? Order KINS Restaurant’s crabmeat linguine, made with blue manna crabmeat and an incredible tomato and cream sauce. End with a slice of Tira Miss U for dessert, or go for the chef-recommended Apple Tortilla Tower (towering deep fried tortillas covered with cinnamon apple, crumbles, mixed fruits and vanilla ice cream.