I agree: Looks like pine in some areas due to the flashing (where the stain is reversed on the grain). But that closeup of the door resembles some birdseye maple. But the facing wood isn't maple - usually length cuts have a straighter grain than that.
I'd be iffy on calling it birch - usually birch has a more intricate grain that's daintier and figurative - even around knots.
It's interesting that they used a cut for the squat cabinets above the stove that has such a girthy grain - ususally that's found in pine and oak unless it's plain sawn from the outside fat.