Copenhagen, the glamorous city of the fine-dining world, is home to many special restaurants. One of them is Kiin Kiin, the only Thai restaurant outside of Thailand to have a Michelin star. Bringing a new interpretation to traditional Thai dishes by combining Thai spices and fresh Danish products, the restaurant’s head chef, Dak Wichangoen, travels to Thailand once a year to find inspiration for his stunning dishes.
Opened by Henrik Yde-Andersen and Lertchai Treetawarchaiwong in 2005 and awarded the Michelin star in 2008, Kiin Kiin has kept its Michelin star for more than a decade. Kiin Kiin adds a modern take on Thai food. The decoration of the restaurant reflects the modern Thai design. The 8-course menu features flavors such as yellow crab croissant, codfish, and coconut soup. Kiin Kiin is popular not only in Denmark but also in Thailand. Located in Siam Kempinski Hotel in Bangkok, Sra Bua by Kiin Kiin offers its guests the popular style of the restaurant.