In Dallas, the outpost of Kin Kin Urban Thai on Oak Lawn recently transformed into BITE, a New American restaurant with plenty of Chef Eddy Thretipthuangsin's characteristic Asian influence. In Fort Worth, though, Kin Kin Urban Thai is still open, and Thretipthuangsin has introduced some pretty sizable changes to the restaurant's menu.
The update, which replaces the restaurant's old, admittedly cumbersome menu with an attractive selection of Thai classics, and frequently-requested dishes. "We have had guests make frequent special requests that have helped us shape the new menu," Thretipthuangsin said via press release. "This new menu reflects what Fort Worth, and perhaps North Texas would like to experience."
The more clientele-friendly menu will be used for future outposts of Kin Kin Urban Thai. Earlier this year, Thretipthuangsin announced that he would be opening a location of the restaurant in Richardson as part of the new CityLine development. According to Kin Kin's website, a forthcoming location at Preston and Forest in Dallas is also still in the works.
In addition to traditional pad thai and tom kha gai, the new menu at Kin Kin Urban Thai features more than ten stir-fry options, Thai curries, and Thretipthuangsin's excellent pad kee mow (drunken noodle).
Scope out the newly-updated full menu below.