We’ve been hearing so much about Kin with the different events, that we should also remember that Kin also does food, and pretty good, too. Kin is a boutique that features streetwear and goods, that you’d typically find in the US. But Kin is also a ramen house – that you’d most likely not find inside a boutique. But then again, I shouldn’t be surprised to find some darn good Japanese style ramen, either.

Gary Wang, of nightclub Shelter, developed this combination boutique and ramen house to evoke an atmosphere of causality and comfortness. The bright lights of the gallery/boutique with the colorful shoes and clothes has you switching moods, as you walk into the airy patio dining area. There’s large wood tables for people to amuse themselves online, relax with a cup of java, and or enjoy a pipping hot bowl of ramen. Come for the gear and stay for the ramen at Kin.

What to Order: Ramen, Lemon Bar
What not to Order: Mac and Cheese

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Price Range 1 $/¥/NT