Kaki in King’s Cross is an emerging Chinese restaurant in London’s dining scene, dazzling customers with authentic Sichuan cuisine. Located on Caledonian Road near Regent’s Canal, this waterside eatery has a sophisticated and modern dining room with brick walls, wooden furniture and dark grey hues throughout the space. Kaki’s menu offers traditional Sichuan food that is packed with zing and spice and we encourage customers to order one of their signature dishes. Expect to see the likes of chilli-fried soft shell crabs, hot and spicy dry pot frog legs, dry-fried french beans with minced pork and some mouthwatering Shanghai-style pork dumplings. It’s convenient location near King’s Cross station makes it perfect for after-work dining or a meal during the weekend. Bookings are highly recommended.
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It's second time came here. Great foods, service as always
Consistently brilliant service and authentic, delicious food. All round a winner.
Excellent authentic Szechuan food, but with manageable spice levels for an English group (albeit one who had lived in China!) Great service too and the place will be even better once the terrace is refurbished. Be brave and try the frog!