This family-owned eatery is aiming to create fresh burgers, tacos and burritos with a Korean twist and opened in September (after some delay) on Olive Boulevard near Woods Mill Road.
Chesterfield Patch did a round-up of reviews to get a flavor of what people are saying about the fast food joint. Add your opinion in the comments below or let us know if you're planning on checking it out.
Vic S. gave it 4/5 stars and said: "I went with some co-workers and everyone was very happy with their orders. A couple people got the kimchi burger, which uses Korean-style bulgogi beef instead of ground beef. They really enjoyed it."
I got the spicy pork tacos, which were quite tasty, along with a side of fries. I wasn't expecting much from the fries, but they were awesome, nice and thick-cut, perfectly seasoned, and freshly made. The chicken tacos were pretty good once I added some of the housemade Sriracha-based spicy hot sauce. Portions were generous and the quality of the meat & veggies was high."
Joshua C. gave it 4/5 stars and said: "When my order was called, my mouth began to water as I saw three Korean BBQ beef tacos (they didn't skimp out on the meat, which is great), filled with fresh veggies.
The taste didn't disappoint either, as I thoroughly enjoyed each and every bite. There are a few other items that were interesting, but I'll have to go back and give it a try, namely the Kim Chi Burger, which has a traditional Korean side (Kim Chi) within a beef (korean-bbq-beef) burger. I'll definitely be back! If you are looking for a new place to try out, Kim Cheese is definitely worth a look."
Eddie C. gave it 2/5 stars and said: "A bit bland. I would like to see more Korean influenced flavors in the food. Will come back to see if there was an improvements."
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Brett Lord-Castillo liked it and said: "For ~$7 I got the Chicken Taco meal and it was delicious. Fresh veggies with sweet Korean BBQ chicken and apparently hand made shells too. The fries are very tasty as well, but you also get the option of Billy Goat chips."