Kasa and Kin: A culinary haven for Contemporary Filipino Flavours

Kasa and Kin was opened in 2021 by the same team behind the Romulo’s Cafe and Restaurant in Kensington. Kasa which means Home and Kin which translates to Family, was a name carefully chosen to provide a sense of community and belongingness in the busy area of Soho. The owner, Rowena Romulo is fulfilling her dream to raise the awareness of Filipino Cuisines in one of the most dynamic area in town. Kasa and Kin is an all-day restaurant, bakery and bar in one. In 2022, Kasa and Kin received the Winner of Filipino Restaurant of the Year award.

Where is Kasa and Kin?

52-53 Poland Street
London, W1F 7NQ

How to get to?

By Underground: Oxford Circus (6 mins walk)
Tottenham Court Road (8 mins walk)
Piccadilly Circus (8 mins walk)

By Bus: Buses 139, 14, 390, 453 and 94

By Car: There’ a Q Park Parking Area just beside Kasa and Kin Restaurant. You can pre-book your parking space here.

Opening Times:

Monday : CLOSED
Tuesday – Thursday : 11:30am – 3:00pm, 5:30pm – 9:00pm
Friday – Saturday : 11:30am – 3:00pm, 5:30pm – 9:30pm
Sunday : 11:30am – 7:00pm

Kasa and Kin Menu

Flavoursome and Cooked to Perfection were my exact description of all the food I’ve ordered from them. Their menu consist of a wide selection of meat, fish and classic and seasonal vegetables.

Kasa and Kin Menu

Kasa and Kin Bakery and Patisserie

Attached to Kasa and Kin’s dining area is their bakery, where you can get freshly baked Filipino bread and treats. They got you covered from the quintessential Pandesal to your cravings of Ensaymadas.

Kasa and Kin Private Hire

Kasa and Kin can also help you organise your next party or event. Their beautiful and bright interactive mural with heavenly food selections will surely make any occasions stands out.

Food Recommendations

Executive chef Jeremy Villanueva, together with Michelin-starred chef and consultant Pat Mcdonald are the ones to thank for behind their mouth-watering selections of food. They definitely spoiled us with choices, but the list below are what I can highly recommend on your first visit.

Drinks and Starters:

Ube Martini, Exotic Mojito and Spiced Shrimp Spring Roll

Ube Martini – Vodka, Malibu, Coconut Cream, Cranberry Juice and Ube (Purple Yam)
Exotic Mojito – Rum, Mint, Muscovado Sugar, Lime, Soda Water and Exotic fruit puree.
Spiced Shrimp Fresh Spring Rolls


Beef Kare - Kare

Beef Kare – Kare – slow braised beef and roast bone marrow with peanut sauce and served with
aubergine, pak choy and green beans.


Ube Ice Cream and Ube Iskrambol

They have a wide selection of treats and desserts that has an array of undiscovered tastes and flavours. Pictured above are Ube Ice Cream and Ube Iskrambol, a must try desserts. If you haven’t been in the Philippines or haven’t try Filipino food before, you might be wondering what is Ube. Ube also known as Purple yam is an starchy vegetable that is usually vivid violet or lavender in colour and has sweeter and mellow taste than most sweet potatoes and yam varieties.

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You can also check out my article about 3 of the best Filipino Restaurants in London, and let me know which one is your favourite.

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