Went around 4pm and it took a while to get our food, but the food was great! I would go back for sure!
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The food is good and the wait time is less than 5 minutes after the lunch crowd leave, however the dinner crowd usually get there after 5 pm and the wait time can be lengthy. Their fish is a must have. They offer a wide...More
I was here just a year ago and ranted about this restaurant, SADLY, much has happened in a year and none of it is good! What was quaint is now tired. Time to freshen up the dingy and dated interior. Portions are MUCH smaller and...More
Amazing food! Had the Meatloaf, Red Snapper & Chonch and was excellent. Great fruit drinks, friendly service and old school home cooking done to perfection. Prices were awesome for the amount of food you get.
Our navigator at the Renaissance suggested that we go to Kim's if we wanted some good, local food. We arrived at 3:45 pm, they close from 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm to get ready for supper. No problem, we were warmly welcomed. I learned what...More
This was the first time in many visits to the island we went to Kim's. It was really great. I had the conch curry and my sister had the shrimp in butter sauce. Everything was great and prices reasonable!
Kim's previous reviews mentioned how local this restaurant is, and after a visit, we agree! Great Caribbean food made from scratch, excellent service and yes, you will wait a bit for the food to arrive! We enjoyed one of the local non-alcoholic beverages made on...More
We wanted to try some local cuisine. The food was good but I was not blown away. We have fried grouper, creole conch, fried shrimp and baked chicken. The waitress was extremely friendly and explained to us what everything on the menu was. But we...More
If you have a taste for local food, Kim's is on the edge of town. Over the years, we've gone to Kim's for their buttered conch. The menu has expanded from four or five items to multi offerings. Unfortunately, they can't keep up. We went...More