Kimchee opens second restaurant in London

30/03/2017 - 11:20
Korean restaurant Kimchee has opened its second restaurant in Pancras Square, London.

The 2,995 sq ft restaurant will have capacity for 170 covers over two floors.

Frederic Lluch, operations director of Kimchee, said: “The Pancras Square site provides an ideal location for our second Kimchee restaurant; a vibrant, busy area of new urban re-development in King’s Cross.

“We hope that the Kimchee concept enhances the square’s offering and provides locals with a unique and exciting dining experience.”

The menu features both classic and contemporary Korean dishes, which include steamed buns, Jjam Bbong, a seafood noodle soup, and Kong-Galu crème brulee with ice cream. 

The original Kimchee restaurant, situated in Holborn, London, launched in 2011. Kimchee is part of the Wasabi Group and led by founder and chief executive Dong Hyun Kim.

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