The restaurant serves innovative Chinese dishes and drinks, showcasing the art of Hong Kong roasted meats as well as creative interpretations of well-known favourites from all regions of China’s culinary landscape.
Menus feature a selection of small bites such as wild mushroom steamed buns, sharing platters of Crispy Duck with Pancakes, and classics such as Cantonese pork belly with honey mustard. Desserts feature too including a Peanut mochi with chocolate ice cream and summer truffle. Kym’s also offers a smaller ‘grab and go’ menu during weekday lunch service.
The restaurant seats 120 guests over 2 floors with access from street level via a statement circular entrance bar. The ever evolving drinks list showcases a selection of beer, both on tap and bottled, as well as seasonal cocktails influenced by China’s diverse food traditions and reflecting the capital’s contemporary and classic cocktail culture. Wine too plays a part with a dynamic and carefully selected list that offers harmony to the vast array of textures and flavours Chinese cuisine has to offer.
Interior design has been created by Michaelis Boyd, featuring a soft colour palette of pale pinks, with accents of copper, deep blue and plum and a mix of dark wood and terrazzo flooring. The bespoke, 5 metre high cherry blossom towering through the gently curved staircase has quickly become an iconic part of the restaurant. Signifying female beauty and power in China, the tree represents the yin element to the yang of the present day corporate city, helping to harmonise and balance the interiors.