Here we use plaice with tangy mango salad and mackerel is cured for use in our relish.

The menu is divided into two sections.


First, Thai dishes that lend themselves to sharing. Here you order family style. Select 4-5 dishes and know that sharing is caring. Here you can test our Thai sausage maker - flown in especially for Kiin Kiin Tok Tok - and sink your teeth into the spicy bites from Isaan or try the sausages on lamb and curry from Chiang Mai.


On our specially made wood barbecue, chefs grill seafood over coconut - of course with the real nam jim marinade.


We serve the real som tam Isaan style - for a milder flavor, go for the Bangkok version.

Tok tok is the sound of the pestle pummelling papaya in a ceramic mortar for Thailand's national dish som tam.

Som tam goes well with gai yang - the famous grilled chicken. On our beautiful rotisserie from Rotisol, we flame broil the chicken until juicy and savory.


For your sweet tooth, we have created sticky rice with salted coconut milk or try the flame grilled pineapple from the rotisserie with dark Thai rum.

The second section of the menu is devoted to three Thai classics that can be ordered as a main course or quick takeaway.


For the opening menu, we have steamed our own rice noodles, which are then fried for a serving of pad thai - frozen warm water shrimp are replaced with langoustines from Læsø. In addition, we have pad krapow, the Thai hash dish with holy basil and fried eggs, and a classic coconut curry with green notes and fish dumplings.


For the drinks menu, Kiin Kiin's two mixologists have developed their own tonic as well as a cocktail card with inspiration from Southeast Asia and divided it into pre-dinner with white spirits, dinner made with dark ones, and after-dinner with sweetness.


Fifteen Danish cider producers have been singled out and will make up the backbone of Tok Tok's selection. With its fruitiness, cider is perfect for spicy Thai food.

The wine list is based on aromatic white grape varieties such as riesling and gewurztraminer, and light, fruity red ones made from pinot noir and gamay. We have brewed with Mikkeller for over 10 years, and you can taste your way through the 5 different beers brewed especially for this restaurant.

The restaurant seats 40 indoors, and in the summer we have 50 seats in the square outside on Vesterbros Torv.