Nestled among the various eateries that line St Kilda’s Fitzroy Street, Kimya is a standout in the area, offering modern Greek cuisine in a stylish setting. With chic white table cloths and patterned tiles, Kyma is full of Mediterranean charm. The pikilia mezedes kreas (a plate of mixed meats, vegetables, dips and pita) is a great way to kick things off, before moving on to the main affair. Specialising in charcoal-grilled cuisine, at Melbourne’s Kyma you can feast on succulent cuts of meat and seafood, all grilled to perfection. Feast on some yiro (chicken and lamb cooked on the spit over charcoal) or Kyma’s signature: thalassina saganaki (a selection of fresh prawns, mussels and scallops, cooked in tomato salsa with feta cheese, capsicum and olives, served on a bed of rice). With delicious dishes like spanakopita (spinach and cheese pie) vegetarians won’t feel left out either!
Kyma's atmosphere was nice, the staff were friendly & attentive. I've been to many different Greek restaurants & I was looking forward to this as I heard mostly good things. The service was prompt, but I found the food underwhelming. My dinner was ok but lacked some taste, and my husbands food was just ok. We've had much better.
The staff at Kyma are warm and welcoming and very happy to please. The food was fresh and delicious and it felt like being in Greece. Thank you Kyma