Kimika

Kimika brings a fresh twist to fusion cuisine with a creative Japanese-Italian menu. The mouth-watering dishes are made by Chef Christine Lau while the desserts are created by Clarice Lam. You can finish up this special dining experience in style with one of Greg Kong’s cocktails. Like the food menu, the drinks menu blends Italian and Japanese influences. The interior is equally refined and distinctive. Completed by Bespoke Only, it features classic and modern styles with warm terracotta colors, marble tabletops, wooden flooring, and a range of handmade ceramics.

Kimika

  • 40 Kenmare St, New York, NY 10012, USA

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