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Posted by Desi on 11/13/2011
I have been eating at Kum Kau forever! I was really happy when they opened the dining room. The food is great but that dining room is really in need of a makeover. Last night there was a full house and just two waiters. I must admit , they worked hard but they should put as much pride in the dining room as they do with the take-out....just saying.
Posted by Cindy on 05/24/2011
I go to Kum Kau at least 3 times a week for my lunch break. There food is always good, hot, and tasty. ESPECIALLY thier fried ice cream ! its to die for ! i give this place a two thumbs up !
Posted by anonymous on 04/18/2011
Love going to eat at Kum kau my family and I have been going there for years there food is on point clean and they are not stingy, serve in good portions for your entire family...
Posted by Ian on 03/28/2011
The food there is pretty decent, but the service there is really slow every time i go in. Always a really long time. the register people would sometimes just stand there and stare which would make me think" are you going to serve me?" the Atmosphere there is Awesome haha. Price i think was a little bit too high in my opinion. Overall nice job keep it up
Posted by Glynis on 01/07/2011
I grew up in the Clinton Hill area and have been eating food from Kum Kau since they opened! Excellent! I can remember when the place was a small take out joint and now has expanded into a beautiful dining room. ! But the food quality has only gotten better. We used to have them on speed dial! Love it!!
Posted by Anonymous on 11/19/2010
There food is great.. When my uncle bought me some food from there I was in heaven .. And to this day we still eat it
Posted by Fountainhead on 10/25/2010
Sesame Chicken was probably made from dried out back meat. Sadly, my fav - Singapore noodles were seasoned well but suffered from broken and crumb like noodles, overcooked with sad miniscule shrimp. The worst? Wonton Soup. Thickest skins I have ever seen. More like a Munich bread dumpling. I just don't get it.