Toronto’s getting a brand new brunch experience, Thai-style. Beloved restaurateur couple Chef Nuit Regular and Jeff Regular have unveiled their latest venture, and this time it’s a cafe.

Introducing Kiin Café, a new neighbourhood hub for all to enjoy Thai coffee and espresso drinks, fresh housemade mini doughnuts, and traditional Thai brunch staples.

If you’ve ever dined at PAI, SukhoThai, Kiin, and recently shuttered Sabai Sabai, then you’re familiar with Chef Nuit’s cooking. Nothing less than stellar cuisine and hospitality, Kiin Café is the newest addition that is sure to continue that same excellence.

“This menu is very nostalgic to me and my team. When I eat these dishes, I’m instantly transported back to Thailand—grabbing breakfast on my way to school as a little girl or picking up lunch during one of my nursing shift breaks,” said Chef Nuit, Executive Chef and Co-owner of Kiin.

“These are the foods that Thai people eat for breakfast and lunch every day. As an ambassador of Thai cuisine, I love being able to share authentic Thai experiences and introduce new Thai dishes that guests may not be familiar with. Kiin Café is an opportunity for me to show Toronto another aspect of the Thai culinary culture.”

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When you stop by Kiin Café, you can expect classic Thai brunch dishes like Khao Mun Gai (Hainanese Chicken Rice), Jhok (Thai Rice Congee), Guay Jub (Thai-style Rice Noodle Soup), and Khai Gratha (Thai-style Pan-Fried Eggs), and popular snacks like Patong Gho (Thai crullers) and Khanom Krok (Thai Coconut Puddings).

As for drinks, enjoy Owliang (Thai coffee with condensed milk), Cha Chug (Thai pulled milk tea), Pandan-Butterfly Pea Latte, Nom Chompoo (Thai pink milk), and refreshing housemade sodas like Pomelo Marmalade and Lychee, including espresso drinks and teas.

And, to add to the delicious list of offerings, the cafe will offer fresh fried-to-order mini doughnuts, tossed in freeze-dried mango powder or classic cinnamon sugar. Talk about YUM!

In the next few weeks, Kiin Café also plans to launch a Thai-inspired afternoon tea menu and offer grab-and-go options.

Stop by Kiin Café at 326 Adelaide Street West from 8 AM to 3 PM Monday to Friday and 9 AM to 3 PM Saturday and Sunday.

For Thai brunch menu, check it out starting from 10 AM to 2 PM Monday to Friday and 9 AM to 2 PM Saturday and Sunday, starting May 1.