Andreas Labridis and Nikos Roussos, the co-owners of Greek restaurants OPSO, INO and Pittabun, are opening a fourth spot this June
The Greek coastline is coming to Marylebone this summer with the arrival of seafood spot Kima, named after the Greek word for wave. Opening opposite Andreas and Nikos’ first restaurant OPSO in Marylebone, the 30-cover Kima will showcase the freshest seafood and day-boat fish with a fin-to-gill cooking philosophy. The fish counter at the entrance of the restaurant will display the catch of the day, so you’ll be able to choose what you like the look of, and the kitchen will ensure nothing goes to waste. Fish bones will be turned into broths to be served with fresh fish, shabu shabu-style; fish heads and collars will be grilled and dressed with olive oil and lemon; fish tails will be fried and served with aioli; and fillets will be barbecued alongside seasonal sides.
There’ll be lots of other dishes on the regularly changing menu, including the likes of:
- charred langoustines
- soutzoukakia – grilled meatballs with an eel gremolata Athenian salad
- homemade fisherman’s pie with octopus & fava puree au gratin
- tuna t-bone steak
- grouper shank giouvetsi
- fish collar with smoked tomato & charred okra
- rack of lamb with a bisque demi-glace sauce
- nori baklava
And on the weekends, Kima will serve up a Greek-inspired brunch menu, featuring tahini brioche lobster rolls, tomato kayanas tortilla, and strapatsada scrambled eggs with barrelled feta guacamole. They’ve got the fresh seafood and Greek wines covered, so fingers crossed the Kima team can also bring some of that Greek sunshine with them too.
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Opens Mon 5th June 2023
57 Paddington Street, London, W1U 4JA