Kim Son Restaurant - Downtown

Vietnamese, Dim Sum
$ $
2001 Jefferson St (Chartres)
Houston, TX 77003
(713) 222-2461
Monday
11:00am - 11:00pm
Tuesday
11:00am - 11:00pm
Wednesday
11:00am - 11:00pm
Thursday
11:00am - 11:00pm
Friday
11:00am - 12:00am
Saturday
11:00am - 12:00am
Sunday
11:00am - 11:00pm

Menu

Tips

  • Vote for the 2013 Best of Readers Choice for your favorite Houston Pho! http://readerschoice.houstonpress.com/ Issue hits stands October 10th!
  • In 1982, Kim Su Tran La, opened the second Kim Son in Houstons Old Chinatown downtown. The first Kim Son was in Vinh Long province at the tip of southern Vietnam.
  • Since 1982, after she fled her first restaurant in Vinh Long, Vietnam, Mama La has been sharing authentic Vietnamese food with Houstonians.
  • Do not order hot and sour soup. It's sweet rather than being, as the name suggests, sour.
  • best of asia
  • Great general Tso's lunch plate for only $7.99!!
  • I did not have a better General Tso's chicken than at this place: large, tender, juicy chunks of meat with delicious crust from outside. That's how this dish should be prepared!
  • The charbroiled Vietnamese fajitas are a fusion of both the old and new worlds, and the Vietnamese crepes, garlic butter fried shrimp and sugarcane shrimp are not to be missed.
  • Try the Har Gow
  • Try the Asian Escargot - In chili sauce.
  • Try the black peppered crabs!
  • get the Killer Special! bbq combo steak shrimp chicken on vermicelli. best bbq beef!
  • Great food, huge selection on the menu. One of the go to restaurants in Htown.
  • If you're looking for traditional Vietnamese dishes served in a lavish setting, this is the place you want. Choose from a wide variety of noodle dishes, and don't miss the pot stickers & spring rolls!
  • Traditional Vietnamese cuisine, served in an elegant yet comfortable atmosphere. The extensive menu has something for everyone!
  • Only smiling person is security
  • Garlic butter chicken wings are amazing but take 20 minutes to make.
  • This is where my love for the Asian Cuisine actually started.
  • Appetizers
  • Alas, Kim Son is not what it used to be many years ago. Now it became a mass producer of low quality Asian food for their not so discerning patrons.

Nearby places

1510 Polk St (at La Branch St)
501 Crawford St (at Texas Ave)
800 Bagby St (btwn Rusk St & Walker St)