Kaya has been providing London with authentic Korean cuisine since the 1970s. Now situated in London's famous Mayfair, it boasts a proud reputation for its fresh, authentic food served in the traditional Korean style.
The restaurant gets its name from an ancient Kingdom founded in 42AD in Southern Korea. According to literary texts, the foundation of the Kaya kingdom was very much steeped in mythology and lasted for more than seven hundred years. The Kaya restaurant prides itself on this history and is furnished with decor that reflects its influences.
Dining in Korea is considered a communal and social activity, so dishes at Kaya are intended for sharing. The menu is divided into starters, side dishes, soups and barbecue, with vegetarian options also available. Choose from simple rice and meat dishes or opt for a more extravagant meal such as the Royal Platter, a gigantic meal that features meat, seafood, rice, nine appetizers, fruit and rice punch! Click here to see the full menu.
Monday to Saturday, 12pm -3pm and 6pm - 11pm
42 Albemarle Street, Mayfair, W1S 4JHView Larger Map
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