Our second brunch at Kith and Kin. The experience was mix as was the first time. Let’s just say, I will not bother going back.
Egusi Monkfish fufu, egusi seeds, spinach
The fish was cooked well and went well with the spicy acidic sauce but a small portion.
It was a plantain dough that you were supposed to eat with the monkfish. It was OK.
Goat Roti braised goat shoulder, crispy potatoes, celery variations
My husband picked this dish. He should have gone with the crab curry instead. The goat was chewy and not too pleasant to eat. I told our waitress towards the end of our meal and she responded, that she will let the chef know. Well, at $24, you expect a better dish.