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 food was enjoyable, with some traditional Cantonese dishes with a twist. However, the training of staff could be better. The attention to detail and level of service that you expect (based on the prices) is missing. A bit disappointed overall.
There was no gas in the kitchen that lunch time , so we had a limited menu - not what we wanted but it was OK . The staff were apologetic and handled the situation very well. Will look forward to trying again
Loved it! Every dish was full of flavour. Will definitely be coming back.
Really impressed, we will be back! Food, service and atmosphere was perfect.
Absolutely fantastic! Compared to all of the overpriced, mediocre Asian food served nearby, this is a breadth of fresh air! Would definitely recommend!
Very good food and ambience, great service. Will definitely visit again!
Hope the menu will be variable
Poor quality on all ends. I highly recommend closing the restaurant down and refunding your customers.
Food was to die for!!
Overhyped westernised food. The roast which they specialised in is in now way traditional. You can have better even in Chinatown. It's a restaurant made for city bankers.
An enjoyable evening but not the standard expected from A Wong. On the whole the food was good, with a few standout dishes (e.g. tiger prawn starter) but a few misses (Bao Bao was over cooked and hard to eat). The service really let the experience down, with 10 minutes stood at the front desk before anyone acknowledged us, a further 10 minutes stood waiting for a table (despite having a reservation) and dishes very slow to arrive throughout the meal. Would probably come back to give it another try but not in a huge rush.
Awesome place and really nice service too
Sat on the counter so could see the chefs preparing all the food, which was all delicious! A lovely evening.
We had to wait 30 mins for the booked table and one of our dishes didn’t arrive but honestly who cares when it tastes great
Didn't care for the wine, but the food, my goodness, the food was incredible. There were so many dishes I would go back just to have again. The Char Siu pork, the french bean fritter, the Sezchwan aubergine. All so incredible. Our waiter knew everything on the menu and was happy to give us recommendations, before we even asked him! He was spot on, as well. Cant wait to return. Great waiter, but the guy serving the wine didn't really listen to what we were asking or ordering; stark contrast to our waiter.
The kitchen and wait staff do a fabulous job. The front desk staff were inefficient, angry, rude and unfriendly. 1. Took some time to find my reservation for 2 people. 2. Disappeared upstairs leaving us (and others) waiting without explanation for some time. 3. We were escorted to two wrong tables (the first for 5 people, the second for 3 - with both sets of customers waiting) before being moved to a table for two. Fortunately, waiter, waitress and fab food, totally made up for a very poor member of staff.
The Roast pork was sublime. I’ve tasted none better, anywhere in the world. Well done.
Went for a business lunch. The waiter made some suggestions all of which were great. Not a bad dish and a very reasonably priced bottle of nice white. The pork and prawn dumplings were a particular highlight.
Wonderful food with delightful tastes and flavours, I would definitely recommend dining at Kym's.
Service was a little bit slow. We were promised a portion of 3 but only 2 buns arrived. Food was good but nothing mind blowing.
Duck was a little dry. Pretty disappointing since the expectations were so high for this restaurant. Char siu pork overly sweet. Lots of better places in china town for these dishes. Cocktails were good though. Pretty restaurant.
Great experience and amazing food! First time here but we will definitely be back to try everything else!
Great food, good cocktails, smart without being stuffy. Will be going back regularly.
Dishes were quite good and well presented but don't go expecting authentic Chinese flavours or portion size. However the night was let down by inattentive waiting staff, incorrect dishes and volumes arriving, plus one rather impolite staff member when asking for the table back on the first time at the end of the evening.