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Quick side dishes, pan-Asian style, served in cognac colored leather sofas accompanied by the house cocktails – welcome to Kiin Kiin Bao Bao. The Asian inspiration is clear, especially from Taiwan and Korea, but with a clear nod to Arne Jacobsen and the famed Danish building Radiohuset in its heyday in the 60s: Custom-built wooden panels add a welcoming softness to the walls, the quilted leather of the rocking chair is pleasantly yielding, brass glows warmly from the trays and tables along with the natural surfaces of stone, basketware and more wood.
The kitchen is, of course, an open one and also one of the lightest in Copenhagen — because why shouldn’t the chefs benefit from the daylight seeping in from the cosy backyard too? The perfect place on warm summer evenings or just for a smoke break in the darker months – with a glass of authentic Korean vodka – Soju – or Kiin Kiin’s own Mikkeller beer in hand.
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