Only complaint would be that I wanted more of each dish. Each tasting is tiny and as the wonderous flavours explode in your mouth you just want more. Each tasting has so many levels of flavour and spices. Nothing extremely spicy but spicy enough to be modern Thai food with a twist. The service is impeccable and a nice touch was being able to have a chat with the owner chef Henrik Andersen. Kiin Kiin is a Michelin starred restaurant so quite expensive but worth every Kroner. The waiting time between dishes was quite lengthy at times which made it a very long evening.
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