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Arriving by bus # 52, 61, 74, 74E, 75, 151, 151E, 154, 184. Bus-stop no. 12061. Bus-stop name; Blk 109 continue reading
Telephone
6774 4643
Introduction
Kim's Family serves affordable authentic Korean dishes such as Korean BBQ, Korean Ginseng Chicken, Korean Pancake with a wide range of side dishes. continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
12:00 - 15:00
17:30 - 22:00
Mon
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Tue - Sun
12:00 - 15:00
17:30 - 22:00
*Closed on alternate Monday
Payment Methods
Cash
Restaurant Website
http://www.facebook.com/kimsfamilyfood
Signature Dishes
Kimchi
Review (7)
This new Korean restaurant took over Kim's family, renovated the place with now indoor air-conditioned seats. Same restaurant unit, same cuisine run by Koreans too but to my great dismay, huge difference in standards.I was expecting real good Korean food initially since it is run by Koreans, at least as good as the previous Korean restaurant owner. Firstly, I was surprised how limited the menu choices were. All the dishes are meant for sharing except for two noodles dishes. Price was not cheap so I actually expected it to be even better quality.I can only say I was utterly disappointed. Ordered the KimChi Stew ($35). I was shocked that the meat used were hotdogs while the noodles was just Maggie instant noodles. Soup taste was alright but it is ridiculous to pay that much for these kind of soup ingredients.There were only four side dishes. Staffing was limited so it took quite some while to get them replenished.I would definitely not step into this place again I can get much better Korean food with the same amount of money spent. continue reading
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Level3 2013-06-25
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Had a craving for Korean food perhaps due to all the Korean drama watching hehe. So I went to this restaurant which a friend had previously gone to and recommended to me. I love bibimbap as I think it is so healthy. So of course I ordered it when I got there. It had to be one of the best I've tried, with the proportions just nice. There was egg, cucumber, bean sprouts, mushrooms, shreds of chicken and of course your usual kimchi sauce. continue reading
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Level2 2013-02-25
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My favourite Korean food is none other than their famous Bibimbap. It consists of various different types of ingredients such as vegetables and meat. Most importantly is their Korean sauce that makes this dish unique. Before you start to eat it, you will have to mix everything well together with the sauce and makes sure that it incorporates well. The sunny side up at the center adds a fresh taste to the whole dish. It is a worth try and I am sure all Korean food lovers will like it. continue reading
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Level4 2012-05-01
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I went for lunch at Kim’s family Korean restaurant since I had a very good impression of the taste of the food the last time I was here. I ordered the spicy Korean rice cake again as well as the cold noodles to share among me and my sister. Again like the last time, there is a wide variety of side dishes for us to enjoy. I particularly like the pancake as it is fried until crisp and it is very tasty and also the heap of this chillied cabbage. I haven’t tried cold noodles before so not much comments on that, but my sister who has tried it at other Korean restaurants thought it was pretty nice. I love the spicy Korean rice cake since it is chewy and just very slightly spicy, so non-chilli eaters can definitely enjoy this dish without fears. continue reading
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Level4 2011-12-08
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The bargain-hunters and I stopped by Kim's Family Restaurant to check out its lunch sets one day. For $9.90+, you get a spread of banchan, a choice between beef, chicken and pork bulgogi and a bowl of rice! The number of banchan served depends on the number of diners- I was served seven dishes when I was there alone, but was given eleven when I ate there with two of my friends.Both the beef and pork bulgogi were well-marinated and tender, and came in generous portions to boot. I prefer the former though! One grouse I had about the food on both my visits, though, was that the bulgogi and rice were lukewarm. Nevertheless, I wouldn't mind returning for its value-for-money lunch deals! continue reading
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