"Kinn" means "eat" in the Thai language, and the directive is one you'd be well-advised to take seriously if you visit Kinn Thai. Dinner menu starters include betel leaves filled with tiger prawns ($6), or pan-seared scallops in a chilli and lime sauce ($8). A wide range of main dishes, designed to be shared, include chilli jam crispy soft shell crabs ($23), Massamun lamb shanks ($19) and crispy whole Barramundi ($26). If you'd prefer to fly solo, there are also a range of noodle dishes too. I ordered prawn Pad Thai ($19) and was pleasantly surprised to find ample fresh, plump, tails-on specimens tangled in amongst the noodles and beansprouts. Fried rice is, of course, on the menu too.