This trendy and inventive Asian restaurant's name means "eat, eat" (implying dinner's ready). Gilded Buddhas grace walls, hand-oven wicker chairs made from water hyacinth beckon, and cream-color bamboo lamps illuminate. The fragrance of cinnamon may well whet your appetite for such typical Thai street snacks as lotus-flower chips, satay, and fish cakes. Green curry, fresh coriander, and ginger flavor the dishes on the DKr 825 set menu presented on Asian-inspired Royal Copenhagen porcelain. (A four-course theater menu is available from 5:30 to 7:30 pm for DKr 495.) Ask for the beer pairings with every course—they are brewed especially for Kiin Kiin by the local Mikkeler microbrewery. Kiin Kiin's famous Table 9, in a discreet corner, offers snug seclusion for romantics.