Kim's Korean Food

Korean Restaurant
47 Charlotte St (in the Saint John City Market), Saint John NB E2L 2H8, Canada
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6.8/10

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    Greg K.
    Go "half and half" with the lunch special (spicy and sweet bulgogi)(3 Tips)
    Jaein N.
    Their kimchi seems homemade just bought some cant wait to try!(2 Tips)
    Jeff R.
    Try the Bibimbab - amazing! Best spicy lunch treat in the market.(2 Tips)
    David B.
    Try the Ramen - it's not served until 2pm but well worth...(2 Tips)
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  • Polly A.

    The sweet and spicy taste food are delight me.Kim with his family are very kindly person, will go there again!

    Polly A · March 6
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  • Jaein N.

    Amazing and authentic bibimbap! And thats coming from a korean person. Their kimchi seems homemade just bought some cant wait to try!

    Jaein Nha · May 17, 2014
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  • André A.

    8$ for plain instant ramen with an egg. The only thing remotely Korean is the kimchi

    André Arsenault · November 25, 2013
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  • Frank S.

    They keep getting cheaper on there portions and that's not cool.

    Frank Soucy · July 11, 2012
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  • David B.

    Try the Ramen - it's not served until 2pm but well worth a late lunch!

    David Baxter · May 14, 2012
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  • Sara B.

    Bibembab is the best meal in the market!

    Sara Beveridge · February 7, 2012
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  • Chris S.

    The spicy pork is incredible ! Kim and his staff are very friendly. Good food, great service!

    Chris Savard · November 15, 2010
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  • Jeff R.

    Try the Bibimbab - amazing! Best spicy lunch treat in the market.

    Jeff Roach · April 10, 2010
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  • Greg K.

    Go "half and half" with the lunch special (spicy and sweet bulgogi)

    Greg Knudson · April 3, 2010
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