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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.
Posted by Tice on 10/13/2010
Every visit to New York my family and I visit Kum Kau. The food is awesome. The service is great and overall, it is the best chinese food in Brooklyn. The prices are fair.
Posted by MizeeIronBoxee on 09/23/2010
I have been a Kum Kau patron since my nursery school years and at 33 years old that isn't going to change. Outside of pretty good chinese food go to Kum Kau for the delicious fried ice-cream. The delicious dessert is made from balls of frozen ice-cream, wrapped in dough that are literally dropped into a deep fryer. Served with whipped cream and chocolate sauce, it is a sinful delight!
Posted by Anonymous on 09/01/2010
Everybody in Brooklyn and the world knows Kum Kau has the best Chinese Food in BK. Worth the trip.
Posted by babe on 09/13/2009
I enjoy their food I like eating in chinatown but here is very convenient and the only chinese food i would eat in bklyn they have a wide variety of dishes to choose from also
Posted by anonymous on 08/30/2009
I went here for lunch one day and ordered what I thought would be safe bets: fried rice and a wonton noodle soup. The wontons tasted like they were filled with dog food, and the fried rice had a weird, rancid smell. In fact, everyone I was with thought their food tasted weird and off. Also, the soup was lukewarm, making it even worse. I wouldn't go back here, not in a million years.
Posted by Jasmine on 04/28/2009
I've been coming to Kum Kau for so many years now!!! As a Fort Greene native, everyone knows Kum Kau is the best chinese spot. I always order the chicken and broccoli (shredded instead of sliced) with lo mein. They also have the best fried shrimp wontons. They pretty much have every dish perfected...chicken wings, general tso's chicken and shrimp, broccoli with garlic sauce, sweet and sour chicken,...(oh yea they also have the best pork fried rice). For some people the food may be a little too greasy but...kum kau has the formula down. Kum Kau has two sections to it. They have the take out section and right next to it is the dining section. Kum Kau is highly recommended and anybody i ever bring to kum kau ALWAYS loves it too!!