Andrew Wong's new restaurant Kym's to open on 2 October

11 September 2018 by
Andrew Wong's new restaurant Kym's to open on 2 October

Andrew Wong's latest restaurant, Kym's in London's Bloomberg Arcade, will open on 2 October.

The restaurant, named after Wong's parents' restaurant in Victoria, has been described as a "modern, premium, casual Chinese with a relaxed and comfortable interior".

Wong said: "My food has always been about the journey: the history of China and the cultures of its gastronomic regions. Kym's will be no different really, but this time it's about my community and my own journey. The name is actually something very personal to me and my family."

The menu at Kym's will feature Wong's interpretation of classic Chinese dishes, including sharing platters of crispy duck, pancakes and plum sauce as well as classics such as slow-poached soy chicken, ginger relish and rice.

Kym's will also offer a smaller grab-and-go menu during lunch service.

The restaurant will seat 120 guests over two floors and include a 50-cover private dining room and a 30-cover circular bar offering a selection of cocktails influenced by China's diverse food traditions and reflecting the capital's contemporary and classic cocktail culture.

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