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Kim Restaurant

Potts Point · Vegetarian · $$$$
Excellent
5.1/6
29 Reviews

About Kim Restaurant

Found on Springfield Avenue and accessible from Sydney’s dining drag Llankelly Place, Kim Restaurant serves their contemporary Korean cuisine in a stunning atmosphere. From dumplings to yangnyum tonk dak, Kim Restaurant covers all the bases when it comes to the spicy Far Eastern cuisine, and we can’t get enough of it. Situated in the heart of the city in Potts Point, Kim Restaurant is a standout among local Korean restaurants.

Address

Kim Restaurant
7/24-30 Springfield Ave, Potts Point
Sydney 2011

Opening Times

Closed today

Chef's Choice

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Entrées

Housemade Pickles

5 mixed pickles
A$9.00

Kojengi Kimchi

3 white boy made seasonal Kimchis
A$9.00

Housemade Namool

3 Korean style vegetables
A$9.00
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Mains

Tangpyoung Chae

Beef skirt,mung bean jelly,minari,garlic chives
A$12.00

Prawn jang

Soy fermented prawns,yolk,rice
A$18.00

Bul Kalbi

Pork ribs,ssamjang,fried chili
A$28.00
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Vegetarian

Mandoo

Tofu, bean sprouts, garlic chives and shallot
A$3.50

Housemade Pickles

Seasonal pickled vegtables
A$9.00

Bibim Bap

9 grain rice, seasonal namool, egg and chojang
A$15.00
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Wine

Brangayne Pinot Grigio/ 2013 Orange

A$33.00

Brangayne Sauvignon Blanc/ 2013 Orange

A$39.00

Even Keel Riesling 2013/ Canberra

A$47.00

Further Information

Stylish and contemporary, Kim Restaurant in Sydney’s Potts Point is perfect for impressing someone special or going out for a celebratory dinner with friends and family. The restaurant features an impressive beverage list that includes wine varietals from regional Australian farms, beer and cider from Asia, as well as Korean barley cola and teas like fermented green tea. The restaurant can be accessed from both Springfield Avenue and Llankelly Place and is just moments from busy Kings Cross Station.

The best way to experience all of the exotic flavours on offer at Sydney’s Kim Restaurant is to order a banquet, which includes a sampling of fantastic dishes like kimchi mandoo, haemul pajeon (squid, prawns, octopus and shallot pancake), kalbi jjim (soy and pear-braised short ribs, carrot and radish), plus several other dishes including desserts like patbingsoo (milk ice, fruits, red beans and jelly) or hodogwaja (waffles with popcorn brittle, chestnut and walnut praline). Or simply order off of the a la carte menu and try mains like the goduenger, a plate of crispy skin cured mackerel, or bossam, pork belly served with garlic and chive kimchi. Book early to ensure a great table at this Potts Point hotspot!

29 Kim Restaurant Reviews

"Excellent"6/6
Alex W.a year ago · 1 review

Tasty food, great re interpretation of traditional korean flavours and textures. Sad that they closed. Hope to see whats in store for their next journey.

"Excellent"6/6
Dianne C.a year ago · 1 review

Delicious food. We went just before they closed so we wouldn't missed out. Definitelu going to be looking forward to a re-opening (hopefully!) or their next venture.

"Excellent"6/6
Fifi L.a year ago · 1 review

Another amazing meal at my favourite Korean restaurant. The crab jang is mind blowing. Seafood pancake is unbeatable. TKFC is best Korean chicken in town. So sad the last service is 30/7/2016.

"Excellent"6/6
Mei G.a year ago · 1 review

Amazing food, great and prompt service! Highlight was for us was the tang tang yeokhwe and the kimchi fried rice! Very sad to hear that they will be closing :(

"Great"5/6
Sylvia J.a year ago · 1 review

Don't change anything Kim, except some of the seating! Food was fantastic, service was great (not sure about value - I didn't pay) but some of the seating is super uncomfortable, in particular a table with stools where there's not enough room to fit your (my) legs under the table, so I spent the entire night sitting sideways. May be just a small thing, but small things are easy to get right ! For everything else, thanks heaps.

"Great"5/6
Janet C.a year ago · 1 review

We ordered the hodoo gwaja dessert and asked for candles. Wait staff were very friendly and kindly obliged! However it was such a shame because the candles were put into the hot pastries and the wax melted inside the pastries. They were inedible. Suggestion for next time, put the candles in the cold parts of the dish.

"Excellent"6/6
nayoon p.2 years ago · 1 review

Basically it's Korean restaurant but its re created modern style and mix up with traditional things . However the flavor is basic on Korea foods. I love all kind of foods and enjoy. I recommend!!

"Great"5/6
Cynthia S.a year ago · 1 review

Food was really delicious - too bad that me and my guest were complete pigs and couldn't stop ordering! Pity to hear that this place is closing - would've definitely become one of my favourite local gems :(

"Excellent"6/6
Leigh P.a year ago · 1 review

This is a hidden gem. The food is outstanding and the price is ridiculously good for the quality they produce. We have already planned our next visit there in 2 months.

"Great"5/6
Vini J.a year ago · 2 reviews

It was a nice experience, the food came quick and tasted awesome. The waitress was nice, always looking after us. She just mistaken the tab water with still water, so we have to pay $8 extra.

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