Ki’Na – it means “little kids” in Taiwanese – takes its name from memories inspired by Chinese cuisine. The restaurant may be new, but its owners have a well-established reputation. It’s owned and operated by the same family behind Christina Wan’s Mandarin House. Ingredients are sourced from non-GMO, hormone- and antibiotic-free products, and they keep it as local as possible. Because of this, Ki’Na features a rotating menu based on the season. However, the menu always includes traditional Chinese staples such as noodles and rice bowls.