• open Tue–Sat 11am–2:30pm, 5pm–10pm
  • Sun 11am–2:30pm, 5pm–9pm
  • dine in + carry out

happy hour Tue–Fri 5pm–7pm

Korean food rooted in tradition and adapted to Michigan's bountiful produce.

Really Great Korean Food and Drink

Miss Kim, a Korean restaurant, opened in 2016 as a proud part of the Zingerman’s Community of Businesses. Chef Ji Hye Kim grew up in Seoul, South Korea and is obsessed with ancient Korean culinary texts and the finer points of fermentation. Despite rumors of its eponymous origin, the name Miss Kim was chosen for its reference to the most recognizable Korean last name and our restaurant’s female chef-owner.

Our food is rooted in Korean tradition and adapted to showcase Michigan’s bountiful produce. We work with local farmers to build a menu that shines seasonally.

We want our restaurant to be a bright, fun and easy place to be for all our guests. Our service aims to be helpful, informative, warm and enthusiastic – everything you’ve come to expect from Zingerman’s.

A Feast from Ancient Cookbooks at Miss Kim

MARCH 26 : A FEAST FROM ANCIENT COOKBOOKS

Be a time traveller with us.

Chef Ji Hye Kim spends hours and hours poring over ancient Korean cookbooks. She has studied centuries of Korean food traditions and come March 26, she intends to distill all that learning into a Feast worthy of the Ancients, just for you. The “youngest” recipe featured at this very special dinner will be a 100 years old.

We promise you an experience of a lifetime.

Only 35 seats.

SAVE YOUR SEAT

Tteokbokki, spicy rice baton

Menus

LUNCH

Our lunch menu is a throwback to our early years as a food cart. Our crisp, fresh and seasonal Asian and Asian-American plates will leave you and your taste buds sated but your mind sharp enough to tackle the next big thing!

DINNER

Our dinner menu is the product of those long hours our chef spends at her desk, poring over ancient Korean cookbooks; at the market, collaborating with local farmers, and in the Miss Kim kitchen, translating and perfecting those ancient Korean recipes to showcase Michigan produce. The menu features small, medium and large plates that are meant for sharing. Do join us for dinner. Bring all your friends so you can taste everything on our menu!

REMEMBER : We take good care of our staff so there’s no need for you to tip. 

Roasted pork belly and sautéed buns

Farmers, Butchers, Purveyors

We are proud to work with great food purveyors and like-minded entrepreneurs.

VEGETABLES

Ann Arbor Seed Company, Ann Arbor
Garden Works, Ann Arbor
Goetz Farm, Riga
Lake Divide Farm, Stockbridge
Nemeths Farms, Milan
Seeley Farm, Ann Arbor
We the People Growers, Ypsilanti
Xiong’s Fresh Asian Produce, Emmett

FRESH RICE CAKES

Hyundai Market, Ann Arbor

MEAT + FISH

Amish Miller, Orland IN
Black Oak Farms, Byron
Farm Field Table, Ferndale
Fortune Fish, Bensenville IL
Northern Lake Seafood + Meats, Detroit

TOFU + SOY MILK

Michigan Soy Products, Royal Oak

SPICES

Epices de Cru, Montreal Canada

BREAD + SWEETS

Zingerman’s Bakehouse, Ann Arbor
Zingerman’s Candy Manufactory, Ann Arbor

COFFEE + TEA

Rishi Tea, Milwaukee WI
Zingerman’s Coffee Company, Ann Arbor

DAIRY

Calder Dairy, Carleton
Zingerman’s Creamery, Ann Arbor

Hand rolled steamed buns made in house

Press

CHEF CORNER: JI HYE KIM
Current Magazine

Detroit Restaurant Experts Recall Their Best Meals of 2017 [Miss Kim is featured for our whole Braised Lamb Shank]
Eater Detroit

Ann Arbor restaurants that are great for big groups.
Eater Detroit

Zingerman’s to partner with Korean restaurant
Michigan Daily

Zingerman’s signs lease to open new restaurant in Kerrytown (with photos!)
MLive

“Found in Translation: Miss Kim in Ann Arbor”
Edible WOW

Zingerman’s newest partner: San Street’s Ji Hye Kim is guided by passion
MLive

“Zingerman’s Newest Venture – Miss Kim”
eCurrent

“…the star of the show tonight was the Lucky Pork bun”
— Great Lakes Better Food

Best New Ann Arbor Restaurants
Eater Detroit

“[Chef Ji Hye Kim]’s what my wife and I would call an ‘ecopreneur,’ out to make the world a better place, in her case through food.”
Mother Earth News

Large wooden community table
We have plenty of space for large groups.

Reservations

Reservation Policy

Miss Kim now accepts dinner reservations for parties of any size.

We offer a fast, casual dining experience at lunch. No reservation necessary.

March 26: A Feast from Ancient Cookbooks. The "youngest" recipe will be at least 100 years oldReserve your spot
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