Kim Gary is a restaurant from Hong Kong that had expanded its business to Malaysia and Singapore. It serves a combination of Chinese and Western food at affordable prices. When my friends and I came to its outlet in Vivocity, we had to wait in the queue for about 20 minutes to get our seats. It wasn’t even dinner time, in fact we got there at almost 9pm yet the queue was insanely long!
French Fries with Seaweed Flavour
It was just normal fries with seaweed seasoning. The serving was meant for sharing.
Beef with Shanghai Style Vegetable Rice – $9.50
I pretty much enjoyed this stir-fried sliced beef, broccoli, and sweet corn over white rice. The beef was juicy and tender, I liked it.
Teriyaki Chicken Chop Rice – $9.90
This rice bowl consists of fried chicken in teriyaki sauce, sunny side up egg and edamame. The teriyaki sauce was delicious. The chicken skin was obviously the ‘save-the-best-for-the-last’ part.
Fried Rice in “Yang Zhou” Style – $9.20
The fried rice contained some diced chicken, egg, and leeks. The portion was big, ideal to share if you are not very hungry.
“Cap Kan” Nissin Soup Noodles
I didn’t get why my friend was willing to have this overpriced bowl of instant noodles with egg and meat haha. If I’m not wrong, it costs around $8 per bowl.
Chicken Chop Burger
I also cannot remember the price of this burger, but I’m certain it’s not over $10. I found it quite value for money considering the filling portion. Anyway, the bun was dry so I stopped eating it halfway and just ate the meat together with fries.
Peanut Butter Toast with Sweetened Condensed Milk
The peanut butter was generously spread all over the thick bread that was cut into a half. It was a good ending to my dinner.
Overall, Kim Gary is a good place to have decent Hong Kong-style meal. The food came pretty fast although the restaurant was full house. The food is reasonably priced too and you get what you’re paying for.
1 HarbourFront Walk, #02-128
Opening hours: 11am – 10pm