Thursday, September 3, 2009

Kyma Restaurant

I recently had the opportunity to sample the cuisine at the new Kyma Seafood Bar and Grill located only about one mile from the Inn. The Kyma restaurant which recently opened above Johnny's Steakhouse, which I would also recommend, has taken the place of the old Silk City Diner. They have done quite a bit of work inside and have created a pleasant dining atmosphere in the main dining section and a very elegant bar area. My family and I were seated immediately, mostly due to the earliness of the hour, but it looked as though they had plenty of seating for those busy evenings as well. The menu was only one page, but that was fine with me because I knew what I was looking for...seafood. I began with the Maryland Crab soup, which to my delight was served as a cream soup and also came with some warm bread. I then went with the scallops with a Cajun sauce and for my side I chose a baked potato. I received six very large scallops that were seasoned just to my likening, a little extra Old Bay. Everything I ordered came with my meal and was decently priced for the proportions I received. The prices begin at about $15 and vary depending on the meal as well as the market price of the seafood. I thoroughly enjoyed my meal and there were really no complaints from anyone else in my party. I would definitely recommend Kyma as a top seafood choice close to the Adamstown Inns and Cottages and have a feeling that you will not get a bad meal there.


Kristin will soon be dining at the new restaurant in Lancaster called Coerulea Bar and Grill. This restaurant, located in Lancaster, will be our first visit there as well. Kristin will have to blog about her outing in the near future to keep you posted on recommended places to eat. We may have to add some new restaurants and menus to our list at our website due to all the brand new hot spots to dine in Lancaster County. Although, I know there are a few that will definitely remain on the list. I'm looking forward to doing some more research on local restaurants.
Ted
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