kBird is quickly closing and it doesn’t look like pandemic-related. The genuine Thai restaurant, situated in a repurposed home at 600 North Tyler Road in Little Rock, owned and operated by company lawyer turned chef Richard Glasgow, is closed for a mysterious restructuring. A put up from the restaurant on social media this morning stated the message got here sooner than anticipated and that kBird will not be going anyplace and isn’t going to stop cooking Thai meals, however “we’re gonna blow up the present enterprise mannequin.”

The plans will not be totally fashioned however the brand new mannequin will embody an “in-advance, much less hectic ordering system and family-style, multiple-dish meals relatively than single-order meals as served prior to now.” Extra from the put up:

Most of the ‘previous’ menu gadgets will nonetheless be out there, however in a manner that can enhance eating selection and create house for regional meals, lesser-known dishes, and private favorites. and, frankly, it is going to be nearer to the best way Thai people eat Thai meals, whether or not at house or in a restaurant.

-Whereas we ought to be again serving meals in some kind or trend throughout the subsequent month, a few of these plans won’t be carried out till later this 12 months.

-Use of conventional Thai strategies and of the very best high quality elements, in addition to a agency perception in substance over type, might be unchanged.

-I couldn’t be happier or prouder of what now we have completed during the last 9 years. However, it seems that i used to be born to tilt at windmills. Due to everybody, as all the time. Updates to comply with.

The put up additionally included an illustration of Don Quixote tilting at windmills. We’ll hold you up to date, and we look ahead to attempting kBird’s new menu as quickly because it’s out there.