The Kimchi Project

18 - 20 Lorne Street

If you want to experience some great tasting Asian infused cuisine then you have to check out The Kimchi Project on Lorne Street. 

This Korean inspired restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner and has a range of great items including their delectable Breakfast Bagel with Berries which comes with a toasted bagel, house made marscapone cream cheese and a seasoning of summer berries, edible flowers and pistachios. Or you could try their Creamy Mushrooms on toasted sourdough which is served with soy sauce, spices and pickled cucumber. 

If you're looking for a tasty lunch item we can recommend you try out their Pork and Prawn Wonton TKP Style with deep-fired dumpling, house-made soy cream and seasonal mushrooms or you could also try their Soft Shell Crab Bun (BAO) with namjin sauce and coriander. Make sure you sample their Kimchi Waffle Fries with pan-fried kimchi, sriracha, yoghurt and streaky bacon for that perfect starter meal as well. 

In addition to these delectable breakfast and lunch items you can also treat your sweet tooth at The Kimchi Project with their custom made Dalgona, a traditional Korean street food that can best be described as a crispy and caramelized sugar chip which is then served with French meringue and apricot jam. 

It's also very easy to unwind at The Kimchi Project thanks to its laid back restaurant environment, and their large outdoor courtyard, which utilises a unique Feng Shui inspired setting, and great natural resources in its construction, including polished wood and bamboo, to craft an atmosphere that is calm and relaxing for their diners.  

 

Contact details

Address:
18 Lorne Street
Auckland
Phone:
09 302 4002
Opening hours: 
Sun 7.00am-10.00pm
Mon 7.00am-10.00pm
Tue 7.00am-10.00pm
Wed 7.00am-10.00pm
Thu 7.00am-10.00pm
Fri 7.00am-Late
Sat 7.00am-Late
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