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BITE by Chef Eddy a Terrific Surprise

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We recently checked out the new BITE, which was formerly Kin Kin, both owned by Thai chef Eddy Thretipthuangsin. BITE is located at 3211 Oak Lawn and offers what the chef calls a Global Panoply, with menu  options that are  influenced by Asian, European and American flavors. The menu is a bit innovative, but the execution is so much more.

We tasted a whole host of these flavors starting with this amazing Parmesan Soufflé made with Reggiano and a side of garlic cream sauce, and accented with a parmesan tuile. The soufflé takes twenty minutes, so you will want to order right away for a perfect appetizer that is perfectly sized for two. Another fun starter includes the Seared Diver Scallop that is adorned with applewood smoked bacon, tomato confit, an edamame puree and yuzu beurre-blanc.

The French influences stand out on this menu which is also evidenced by the Pan-Seared Hudson Valley Foie Gras served with toasted brioche, a pear compote and port wine reduction.    Continue reading

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Kin Kin to Relocate in Dallas, BITE Opening


Today, the Kin Kin Urban Thai location at 3211 Oak Lawn has closed its doors. Owners plan to reopen the site on Wednesday, December 9 as BITE. Chef Eddy Thretipthuangsin is excited about the opportunity to broaden the menu served in Oak Lawn.

“BITE allows me to cook a wide variety of cuisine, not just Thai food,” Chef Eddy explains. “We feel that BITE better serves our clientele locally.”   Continue reading

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Exclusive: Thai Chef Eddy T. To Open Bite In Fort Worth *Updated

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Recently we learned that PakPao opening Chef Eddy Thretipthuangsin left the restaurant with fuzzy details. We since found out that Thretipthuangsin will soon be opening his very own restaurant in Fort Worth. No name or date just yet, but we were told to sit tight for more information to follow. It is truly a good day for those that love Thai cuisine.

Check out the update we have below for all the details, including cuisine type. And it is NOT Thai. Continue reading

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