May 5, 2019: After our escape game across the street, we went to Kim Kim Chinese Hakka Restaurant. I honestly love eating Chinese Hakka food since it’s always so savory but just never end up eating at such restaurants often.
Kim Kim Chinese Hakka Restaurant is a no frills kind of eatery. Their menu is extensive with dozens of choices of fried rice, chicken, pork, beef, seafood, noodles, soup, and vegetables.
On this visit for a late lunch, we shared four items between the four of us.
The Lollipop Chicken was nicely fried and crispy. This is such a popular Chinese Hakka item to order (I’ve ordered it before at Tangerine, another Hakka restaurant).
We asked for the Tandoori Fish to be less spicy, but it was still a tad spicy. It tasted great in any case. The fillet was slightly crispy while the inside was flakey.
The Broccoli with Garlic Sauce smelled so fragrant with the garlic pieces.
The Vegetable Fried Rice was delicious.
To our surprise, we also got an extra serving of white rice on the side. We had so much food on the table! We ended up taking the leftover home.
At the end of the meal, we received complimentary fortune cookies.
Aside from delicious and savory items, Hakka Chinese food tends to be so economical too. Each dish is usually only about $7 to $12, so it works out to $10 on average per dish to share.