Watch the flavours of the orient come alive in Kitchin NI where diners are invited to explore 'the culinary world in one kitchen'. Drawing inspiration from the spice routes that involved merchandising of spices and herbs, a trade that was once popular with Asian civilisations, now the restaurant charts a different route, leading to an address in Caledonia Street, and a gastronomic one at that, embracing cuisines of Thailand, China, India and Italy.
The menu changes regularly and chicken satay grilled aubergines, butternut pumpkin curry, and spicy mussels emerge from the Thai section. A foray into the Indian territory could reveal a chicken tikka, lamb rogan josh and pilaf rice, while China unveils deep fried crispy seaweed, butterfly prawns and squid in green pepper and black bean. Finally garlic mushrooms, calamari, and freshly made cakes, pâtisseries and sweets make for some notable Italian fare.
Even bottled beers are evenly represented at Kitchin NI and include Kingfisher, Peroni, Tsing Toa and Singha from Thailand.