Kin Kin Urban Thai opens tonight!

Scotch eggs, given a Thai twist by chef Eddy Thretipthuangsin. Kin Kin Urban Thai/Facebook

Scotch eggs, given a Thai twist by chef Eddy Thretipthuangsin. Kin Kin Urban Thai/Facebook

Chef Eddy Thretipthuangsin’s much-anticipated new Thai restaurant Kin Kin Urban Thai opens tonight at 5:00 p.m. in a highly visible West 7th space formerly occupied by MK’s Sushi.

Diners who check in on social media receive 50 percent discount off regular menu prices tonight through Thursday.

This is “Chef Eddy’s” second Fort Worth restaurant. His first one Bite City Grill is located across the street in Montgomery Plaza. If all goes according to plan, two additional Kin Kin Urban Thai stores will open in Dallas.

Kin Kin’s menu features several traditional Thai dishes such as pad thai, pad see ew and various rice and noodle dishes.

Kin Kin's burger made with sticky rice.  Photo: Facebook.

Kin Kin’s burger made with sticky rice. Photo: Facebook.

But behold some really neat twists, such as a burger made with sticky rice instead of a bun, spring rolls made from crepes and a tofu panna cotta dessert. You can review the entire menu here: kinkin_in-house_menu_8-5×11-final.pdf.

Chef Eddy Thretipthuangsin. Kin Kin Urban Thai/Facebook

Chef Eddy Thretipthuangsin. Kin Kin Urban Thai/Facebook

Kin Kin Urban Thai, 2801 W. 7th St., (817) 984-1363, http://kinkinurbanthai.com/.