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Kim Bowl Restaurant
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Payment Credit Cards Accepted
Good for Kids Yes
Alcohol Yes – Full Bar
$ $ – Cheap Eats (Under $10) $$ – Moderate ($11-$25) $$$ – Expensive ($25-$50) $$$$ – Very Pricey (Over $50)
Outdoor Seats No
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4.5 stars – Based on 6 reviews
03/21/2021 – MenuPix User
10/19/2020 – Janice Bates Love Susie and Hubby. I’ve eaten there numerous times, always was happy with the quality, taste, and amount of food for the price.,never left hungry or disappointed. Best restraunt in town.
07/10/2020 – MenuPix User
11/21/2018 – The Penny Family My husband and I have been going to Kim Bowl for over 20 years. In the recent past my husband wanted to try some of the other Chinese Restaurant’s. We tried a few, including one just outside of town. I was not impressed. Not that they were bad but, they just were not as good as Kim Bowl’s food (their customer service was also lacking). The food we get is consistently good and we periodically try new things on the menu. The customer service is great, especially Alice who is vey professional and sweet.
2 reviews with an average rating of 4.0 stars have been consolidated here.
Consolidated reviews are included in the calculation of the average rating of 4.5 stars which is based on 6 total reviews.
Kim Bowl Restaurant &Amp; Lounge Longview, Wa 98632
Kim Bowl Restaurant & Lounge
1228 Vandercook Way, Longview (360) 636-3388
Tuesday 2 – 8PM
Wednesday 11:30AM – 8PM
Thursday 11:30AM – 8PM
Friday 11:30AM – 8PM
Saturday 2 – 8PM
Sunday 2 – 8PM
Hours or services may differ due to COVID-19. Please contact the business directly to verify hours and availability.
Sohui Kim’S Lunar New Year Menu: Silky Pork Dumplings, Good Luck Soup, And A Big Bowl Of Kimchi
“I always look forward to Lunar New Year, but New Year’s Eve seems to just creep up on you, especially when you have restaurants,” says Sohui Kim, chef and co-owner of Insa (as well as The Good Fork, which closed in 2020, and Gage & Tollner, which is due to open in 2021). “It’s a big deal at the restaurant, and I’m usually at work-so I never get my act together to celebrate it properly.”
Still, she always finds a way to make the holiday special, usually by cooking a meal for extended family at her home in Brooklyn. This year, Kim says the celebration will require some improvising-and some Zoom time. “The shadow of the coronavirus is pretty dark-so we have to be strategic in how we do it,” she notes. Having video guests may make this Lunar New Year feel a bit different than those in the past, but in terms of menu, Kim says it will be mostly the same-and leaning into tradition can be a comfort in a time of tumult. Here’s what she’s serving.
This good luck rice cake soup, Kim says, “is the one thing that has to be on the table. The idea is that it makes you a year older and wiser. When I was a kid in Korea, the grown-ups would say, ‘If you don’t eat this rice cake soup, you won’t get to turn a year older’-so we always ate the soup.”
In Korea, beef is usually reserved for special occasions, Kim says. That tradition relates to “the history of not being able to afford expensive cuts of beef or any beef for that matter-so it’s very celebratory.” The broth makes a hearty soup base, to which Kim likes to add rice cakes and dumplings. “As the soup cooks, the starch from the dumpling skin and rice cakes thickens the broth, giving it a nice viscosity-it’s smooth, luscious, and soul-satisfying,” she says. If you don’t eat beef, though, Kim says you can substitute a savory anchovy broth: “Koreans often use a sort of master anchovy stock made using dried anchovies, dried mushrooms, and a little bit of kombu.”
Kim keeps kimchi in her refrigerator at all times and eats it with almost every meal. “Even when I’m not making Korean food, I’ll shove it into a grilled cheese sandwich,” she says. For Lunar New Year, she’ll set out a big bowl of kimchi for everyone to enjoy how they please: “They can put some in their soup, or eat it alongside if they want,” Kim says. Since the soup itself is not fiery, “adding a little kimchi to spike it is highly recommended; that’s how I eat it.”
Kim Hee Chinese Restaurant, Currambine, Perth
Oct 20, 2018
This is our third time here the food is above average for western Chinese but the service is so poor. We had to wait 20 mins for a drink order and then food longer . All because they put more in Uber eats take away and other home delivery company’s and for the restaurant customers are left feeling second class .
Very Poor Kim Hee Chinese Restaurant currambine
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Jun 14, 2018
Ordered off Menu Log, 10 minutes after delivery was due the young delivery driver was given the task to phone us and inform us that they had run out of BBQ pork, come on it’s a Chinese restaurant and why wait until 10 min after it was due when the order was placed 45 mons earlier. Managed to speak to management as it wasn’t the driver responsibility…… No excuse or apologies!Poor drills and customer service 👎🏻
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