the dinner & the sushi is all made to order & so delicious! also fast friendly service if you order take out/to go
I travel a lot in the U.S., from Florida to California in my RV. I stop in to sample Korean foods whenever I can. I have never been to Kim’s and wanted to give it a try. Food was fair but the service and the attitude of the servers was the worse I have experienced. They were rude and non... More
Sushi rice was not cooked enough and the sushi should have been served cooler. Seemed too warm, which detracts from its flavor.
Recently Kim's Korean Restaurant has added an American breakfast to their menu. We were very pleased with our breakfast and will certainly be back for more. Friendly, courteous service and reasonable prices. Very good experience.
The Korean food is delicious. Place is really nice inside. Very spacious. The only think I would complain about is that the severs can sometimes not be as friendly as you would like no matter how nice and friendly you are to them. I'm an extremely easy going person too.
A lot of mixed reviews...food....service....atmosphere? I have been a few times to Kim's Korean and have never had bad service or food. Service may be slow, but never felt like they were ignoring me. We have a lot of Asian restaurants in the FWB area (Thai galore), but this Korean is the best I have been to. Give this place... More
The sushi was average at best and the staff were yelling at each other in Korean the whole time we were there. it was a horrible experience and I really expected more. Decor was tacky and Sushi chef was rude to my 11 year old.
My husband and I went at an off hour and there were still people at tables, highly unusual and a good sign. We ate the dol sop bibimbop which came in a sizzling hot pot and continued to sizzle the entire time I ate it. They served the sauce on the side so the customer could decide how much sauce... More
I didn't know what to think of Kim's my first time. By the end of my meal I loved it. It was my first time trying beef bulgogi and I loved it. The teriyaki chicken was amazing and the sushi was excellent. For a new experience this was perfect. The staff were all nice and the ambiance was nicely subtle.
I'm an Air Force guy and have travelled quite a bit and eaten at many places. I sat myself and took a look at both menus, sushi and regular. the first thing i noticed was the prices were a little on the high side. I ended up ordering the beef bulgogi($10) and a spider roll($10). the sushi came out first... More
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