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I was visiting family in Takoma Park, and the nearest restaurants were in Takoma. The reviews of Kin Da were mostly good, so I thought I'd give it a try. I ordered online, but learned the order hadn't gone through (a third party provider) when...More
Kin Da is my favorite Thai restaurant in DC. The food is great, with lots of vegetarian choices. Service is always excellent. This is a small restaurant with a community feel and the prices are very reasonable.
This is a very cozy restaurant with convenient parking in back (free if under 1 hour). I had the special fried soft crabs and my daughter had the drunken noodles. The special soft shell crabs were a nice change with a little spicy sauce. Drunken...More
My friend wanted to go. He ordered a Penang curry that he liked. Maybe if a customer has a serious starch addiction, they might find this place acceptable. Since I rarely eat rice or pasta, my choices were limited and I was forced to compromise....More
Date of visit: April 2019
Byron L, Owner at Kin Da Thai and Sushi Restaurant, responded to this reviewResponded April 12, 2019
I wanted to apologize for your experience, as this is not typical. Most Thai food is indeed served with a side of rice. The noodle dishes are of course served as such. Many folks enjoy our brown rice as an alternative as its both...More
This place is a neighborhood restaurant so it is small, but the couple of times I've been, the service was good and the sushi was really great! Very fresh, and I would say some of the best that I've had in the area. I've also...More
This restaurant has a wheelchair accessible entrance but it does not have a handicap restroom. There is a handicap parking spot just one storefront away from the restaurant. Otherwise, there is parking lot off of Carroll and Willow Avenue.
We ordered Pad Thai and Fried...More
A bit Japanese, a bit Korean and a bit Chinese makes for an Asian delight. The staff can be harried at times but the food always comes out timely. The four or so outside tables make for an inviting option in nice weather. I realize...More