Monday - Saturday 12h00 - 15h00 & 17h30 - 23h00
Sunday: 12h00 - 18h00
- Disabled Access
- Private Dining
- Free WiFi
- Families and Children Welcome
Chef Andrew Wong’s latest restaurant, Kym’s, has opened at the Bloomberg Arcade in the City of London in October 2018. Named after his parents’ restaurant in Victoria in 1985, Kym’s focuses on modern premium casual Chinese food (with a special emphasis on the ancient craft of Chinese roasting meats), Chinese-inspired cocktails and a relaxed and comfortable interior.
The two ladies on reception were very helpful as I popped in to say that we might be late as we were attending a ceremony. They could not have been friendlier and took my bag to save me carrying it around.
Fabulous dinner at Kym’s - delicious top drawer and interesting food with excellent and friendly service. Looking forward to a return visit!
Excellent staff who were proactive in adding additional servings to ensure dishes with typically 2 servings were increased to 3 for our table for three. Thank you!
Loved it. From a very warm welcome to helpful servers and then delicious food. Can't wait to go back.
First class experience. Amazing food. Sole change I would make is music - it's too prominent and causes diners to shout. Otherwise perfect.
The food was absolutey delicious (the giant rice cracker was a particular revelation!) and our server Mark could not have been more attentive or helpful. Big thumbs up, as well, to the fantastic manager Bonnie and her policy of proactively offering to send you home with a doggie bag!
Really enjoyed our first visit but yesterday’s was disappointing. It’s not a cheap place so food needs to have good flavours and taste but many dishes lacked this. Many of the main courses tasted very similar for example.
Delicious food and joyous presentation. A bit too pushy on the wine. It isn’t necessary to keep filling up wine glasses.
The manager was great, the team were all friendly and the food was delicious. Not much else to say really
Friendly service. Delicious food. Beautiful decor
Over-priced. Food was quite greasy. Also the Chinese gai lan was over-cooked and doesn't taste fresh.
Can recommend sitting at the counter and watching the meat being delicately sliced with an over sized cleaver! We got over excited and ordered far too much food but it was all fantastic and the cocktails too.
Food was great, service was even better! Perfect set up for a nice Friday lunch. Thanks to Bonnie for looking after us.
Great design and interesting modern Chinese food
The food is excellent! But the service is really slow....
To be frank I was really looking forward to Kym’s and I was actually a bit disappointed at the food. Duck was not Peking duck but deep fried, the Bao thing was strange and noodles were average
Staff were excellent and very knowledgeable about the dishes. Everything we ate was delicious. Love the decor, particularly the tree. Will definitely return.
The food was tasty and obviously freshly cooked but the service was awful. The waiter seemed in a hurry to take our drink order and I knew he'd got my request wrong which was proven when the server turned up with a glass of white wine and not the Blanc de Blanc that I'd ordered. We had to wait a long time - 15 minutes or so, for our drinks. The beer (a small can) was good but very expensive for what it was. Again, when ordering our second drinks we had to wait for 15 minutes. really not impressed with our waiter and I would like to have been seated downstairs rather than upstairs which was a bit soulless.
Service was a bit slow so it was annoying to be rushed off our table. However manager made up for it with a digestif!
Delicious lunch, very good cooking
Great food. Chinese classics in a new light!!
Food is not consistent across the board. The Kailan (Chinese broccoli) was too old and therefore the stems were hard to bite through let alone chew and swallow. We went to a different Chinese restaurant a couple of days later and their Chinese broccoli was cooked to perfection for half the price. The mushroom bao here was very good. The meats... the char siew was good, the chicken meat was not tender enough and the crispy pork, not crispy enough.
The best Chinese restaurant in the City, and a wonderful companion to the brilliant A Wong