Kin Kin, new Thai restaurant from chef Eddy Thretipthuangsin, set to open in Fort Worth on February 27
Eddy Thretipthuangsin, the chef behind Fort Worth’s Bite City Grill, is giving birth to triplets this year three Thai restaurants named Kin Kin Urban Thai.
Thretipthuangsin says he’ll open the first Kin Kin Urban Thai, in FW’s West 7th development, on Monday, March 2. The 3,500 square foot restaurant seats 80 people. From February 27 through March 1, all food is half-price if you post to your Facebook or Instagram channels.
Then, in April, Thretipthuangsin plans to open Kin Kin on Oak Lawn in Dallas, occupying the recently vacated Cyclone Anaya space, followed by a summer debut of Kin Kin at Preston and Forest Roads.
Thretipthuangsin describes the menu at Kin Kin as “vibrant and modern, just like visiting Thailand today.
“I brought together all of my favorite Thai flavors into one menu,” he explains. “Even in Bangkok, you’d have to visit several different restaurants to find all of these flavors.”
2801W. 7th Street, Fort Worth