An ambitious Greek seafood specialist opens next week in Marylebone. Kima – meaning ‘wave’ – is the latest restaurant from Andrews Labridis and Nikos Roussos (pictured), the duo behind nearby Opso and the Soho gastrobar Ino.
Meals at Kima are structured around a central fish counter: guests choose a fish and the kitchen transforms it into a meal, serving every part of it either raw, cured or cooked, including bone broths and fried fish tails with aioli.
Nikos said: “We are thrilled to present a new perspective on fin-to-gill eating with Kima, and to be bringing a new seafood focused restaurant to London.”
Kima will also serve Greek classics such as soutzoukakia – grilled meatballs – and strapatsada (scrambled eggs with feta), with lobster rolls available at the weekend. The wine list is predominantly Greek.