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  • Angela Mona

Kyma: A Taste of Greece in the Big Apple


As you step into Kyma, you’re instantly transported to the sun-kissed shores of the Aegean Sea. The restaurant seamlessly blends the traditional charm of a Greek taverna with the chic elegance of Mykonos. Whitewashed walls, azure accents, and breezy open spaces create an inviting atmosphere that beckons both locals and wanderers alike.






The Menu:


At Kyma, the menu is a passport to Greece. Each dish tells a story—a tale of flavors, heritage, and passion. Here are some highlights:


Fresh Seafood: Kyma takes pride in sourcing the finest ingredients. Their fresh fish, flown in daily from the Mediterranean, is a testament to their commitment to quality. Whether it’s grilled octopus, branzino, or a seafood platter, expect nothing less than perfection.


Olive Oil Magic: Kyma adheres to a strict moral code when it comes to olive oil. They use the highest quality extra virgin olive oil from the Peloponnese. Close your eyes, take a bite, and let the golden elixir transport you to sun-soaked olive groves.


Mezze Galore: Shareable plates are the heart of Greek dining. Try the tzatziki, spanakopita, or saganaki—the crispy, melty cheese that’s a symphony of flavors.


Moussaka and More: Dive into classic dishes like moussaka (layered eggplant and minced meat) or souvlaki (grilled skewers). Pair them with a glass of Greek wine for the ultimate experience.


Visit Kyma:


Location: 15 W 18th St, New York, NY 10011

Hours: Open daily from 11:30 AM to 10:00 PM



Whether you’re celebrating a special occasion or simply craving a taste of the Mediterranean, Kyma promises an unforgettable dining experience. Opa! 🇬🇷


xoxo, Angela & Lali, Chasefortravel



Chasefortravel / Travel Blogger
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