Thin rice noodles stir-fried with bean sprouts, scallions, egg, and crushed peanuts, plus your choice of protein or veggies. This is the classic pad Thai, the most popular dish among eaters at Kiin Imm Thai Restaurant—at least since it opened two months ago. Early reviews rave about the pad Thai and other authentic dishes.
The chef departs from culinary tradition with the lineup of Thai street food. Try the khao kha moo, a braised pork stew infused with herbs, Chinese broccoli, pickled mustard greens, and a spicy vinegar relish. If you prefer chicken, the khao mun gai showcases a poached boneless chicken breast dusted with Thai-style seasonings and served with herbed soy dipping sauce. Kiin Imm also offers classic curries, stir-fries, and many more noodle and rice dishes you'll recognize.