Smoking Goat, Shoreditch

I loved the original Smoking Goat on Denmark Street in Soho. A small menu of Thai barbecue food and an even smaller dining room with vibes galore; it’s the sort of place you’re always guaranteed a good meal. Owner Ben Chapman then opens Kiln, also in Soho, which sees counter seats overlooking a kitchen full of claypots producing more Thai dishes all of which lush … Continue reading Smoking Goat, Shoreditch

Kiln, Soho

Kiln is the second restaurant from Ben Chapman – he’s the bloke behind Smoking Goat – and it’s on Brewer Street in Soho. The menu, think “Thai grill, seafood and claypots”, is the sort that reads so well you want to order every single bloody thing. On the ground floor it’s counter seating (if you sit at the kitchen end it may be boiling hot … Continue reading Kiln, Soho

Smoking Goat, Soho

Based on what was once affectionately known as Tin Pan Alley (Denmark Street on the edge of Soho), Smoking Goat is a tiny new restaurant specialising in Thai food. I’m not joking when I say tiny – and that’s everything from the tiny tables, to the tiny beer barrel that we were seated at and the tiny walkway to get to the toilets (good luck … Continue reading Smoking Goat, Soho