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“Another Good Place from Local Restaurant Group”
Review of Kyma

Kyma
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Ranked #73 of 4,304 Restaurants in Atlanta
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: US$24 - US$60
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Good for: Romantic, Special Occasion Dining, Business meetings
Dining options: Dinner, After-hours, Reservations
Dining style: Casual Elegant
Cross street: E. Paces Ferry Rd.
Transit: MARTA (Bus)
Description: Kyma is a contemporary seafood tavern with an inventive yet approachable menu that stays true to its Mediterranean origins. Kyma’s dazzling constellation display on the deep blue ceiling, white marble columns and bold fresh fish display are dramatic while the inviting patio offers an ideal setting for savoring a glass of Greek wine. Fresh, healthy food, attentive Mediterranean hospitality and festive atmosphere await at Kyma.
Reviewed 28 May 2018

Fantastic change from the usual Greek. This is one of several restaurants that this local group owns and they all seem to be top shelf. Fish dishes as you would imagine are the way to go. Although 1 person in my party had the lamb chops that were very tender and cooked to his linking. The appetizer are also fantastic. We tried the fried lobster, Mussels and the zucchini fritters all excellent. Wine selection for Greek wines only was interesting. Service was very on point for a Sunday Evening dining. Nice place for casual tapas too.

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Thank Brookly-NYC
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Reviewed 28 April 2018

The Chef is expert with fresh fish prepared properly. Enjoy the actual fish without all the dressing. This is definitely fish prepared as Greeks have done for years. the selection of side dishes complements the main course, and the wine list is universal.

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Reviewed 9 April 2018 via mobile

My wife and I had dinner here and it was awesome. Our server Alison was so gracious and helped us with a Greek wine selection which she nailed. She also gave us great advise on our dinner selections. We had an awesome meal and can highly recommend Kyma.

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Reviewed 18 March 2018 via mobile

We went with friends to apparently one of the best Greek restaurants in town.
Service was good, attentive staff at the bar while waiting for the table.
When moved to the table the staff was slightly slower as the restaurant was full.
A couple of our orders were missed but nothing tragic. Food was just ok with the exception of pasticio that was not good at all. Salads were great and wine ok. Desert we almost left, as it wasn’t what we know from other Greek restaurants.

Thank Roadster2015
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Torrie M, Public Relations Manager at Kyma, responded to this reviewResponded 19 March 2018

Hello! We're very sorry to hear you didn't enjoy your experience with us. May we have your contact information so our management may be in touch?

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Reviewed 17 March 2018

The service was friendly and helpful with suggestions. The food is delicious. We had lobster morsels and a lobster salad as starters. Very very good. We shared a Lavraki fish -- came with head on and tail on. A wonderful tasty fish. Espresso martini for dessert.
Only drawback -- the fish is priced by the pound. That is in fairly small print on the menu. Our fish was 2 pounds at $40 a pound. Delicious food; prices a bit high in my opinion.

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Thank 58DavidAthens
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