Kiin KiinOutstanding haut Thai cuisine that received it’s first Michelin star in 2008 and much well-deserved. It is the only Thai restaurant in the world awarded a Michelin star. ... continueVery Good Food · Blog
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Fantastic Michelin star experience. Attentive service. Highly recommended.GooglePlace - June 2017
Excellent restaurant...concentrated tastes, food made from traditional thai products but in a new and delicious wayGooglePlace - May 2017
We had a dinner at Kiin Kiin with my girlfriend in December 2013. We were surprised at the design, which looked like it was made to please grandmas. 100 shades of beige with rattan furniture all over.
We had high expectations due to restaurant's reputation and prices. 3 of the 11 courses were good the rest left us pretty cold. I guess for people who haven't travelled southeast Asia much might had been interesting, yet for us the flavour profiles and combinations were nothing new. All the dishes were presented very beautifully thought which made us finally feel like looking at "emperor's new garment".
Considering the reputation of the restaurant we have been expecting quite a stiff atmosphere. And that it was. Luckily there was quite an entertaining local pusher with his date at the neighbouring table.
The service was excellent and efficient. A little strange was the fact that we didn't get a waiter appointed and that we were served by four different servers. They all seamed informed about what they are serving though.
Summary: The price didn't match the experience. Save a visit to impress your grandma for her 80th birthday. I would rather visit their takeaway concept next door Aroii though. Less hocus pocus yet flavour wise as good. GooglePlace - May 2017
Not cheap, but worth every penny. Thai cuisine at the highest level combined with attentive, yet unpretentious serviceGooglePlace - May 2017
This is the best meal I have ever consumed in my life (November 2015). We were initially sat in the downstairs area and served "street food" which was amazing. Then brought upstairs and began the many-course meal, unhurried. Amazing. Would absolutely eat here again.GooglePlace - April 2017
Great, slightly left field Thai food. Definitely an experienceFoursquare - March 2017
Excellent Thai restaurant. An explosion of tastes served gracefully. A must is the wine pairing.Foursquare - October 2016
Thai cuisine like you never had it. A few misses but it's mostly funFoursquare - August 2016
The tasting menu, atmosphere - try to book the table downstairsFoursquare - April 2016
Great service with a delicious and creative tasting menuFoursquare - March 2016
Must try in Copenhagen! Appetizers were amazing. Some dishes are on the salty and heavy side but overall the meal was very enjoyable. I'd give it a 8.5/10. (picture: edible chopsticks!)Foursquare - January 2016
Excellent authentic and creative asian food. Don't go if you don't like fish sauce though. Service and setting can be improved to really match the food and the star.Foursquare - June 2015
Coconut dessert is killerFoursquare - April 2015
Mikkel Marius Winther
Amazing Thai food. One of my favorite restaurants in Copenhagen.Foursquare - April 2015
Fantastisk mad og sjov, især forretterneFoursquare - February 2015
Get the wine package!Foursquare - January 2015
Hans K. Froschauer
F***in' awesome. My tip? Just go there, and be sure to have the wine menu with your food.Foursquare - December 2014
Go there for something differentFoursquare - September 2014
Wonderful haut cuisine thai food.Foursquare - August 2014
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Kiin Kiin is sort of an oddity - it's currently the only Thai restaurant in Europe with a Michelin star. They offer a daily menu with re-interpreted Thai classics as seen through a gourmet lens.Foursquare - February 2014