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Kim Son Restaurant

2001 Jefferson Houston, TX 77003 | East End | 713-222-2461

Location Description:

Since 1982, after she fled her first restaurant in Vinh Long, Vietnam, Mama La has been sharing authentic Vietnamese food with Houstonians. The menu is as massive as the restaurant itself, shadowing the southeast side of downtown. A sumptuous interior is as comfortable as the food itself. 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. You will be hard-pressed to try any dish here that you won't enjoy.


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Details

  • Cuisine(s): Dim Sum, Vietnamese
  • Hours: Sun-Thu 11am-9pm, Fri-Sat 11am-10pm
  • Price: $$
  • Serving: Dinner, Lunch
  • Alcohol: Full bar
  • Reservations: Accepted, Recommended for Large Parties
  • Parking: Lot Available
  • Payment Types: All Major Credit Cards
  • Attire: Casual
  • Features: Catering, Delivery, Private Party, Takeout
  • Other Locations:

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  • Eating Our Words: Discount Dining
    There is hardly a Houston Press Best of Houston® award that Kim Son hasn't won, from Best Crab to Best Dim Sum -- twice. We've always been fans of the giant, pan-Asian palaces that serve...
  • Dining: Reviewed
    The first time I went to the gigantic new Kim Son restaurant at Bellaire and Wilcrest, it was Sunday around noon, and there was a 20-minute wait for a table in the dim sum hall. So while we...
  • Dining: Columns
    By their very nature, blind dates are supposed to entail a certain amount of surprise. So I waited and waited and waited in the reception area of Kim Son (2001 Jefferson, 713-222-2461)....
  • Dining: Reviewed
    The yellow dragon rears back on his hind legs and opens his jaws wide while an ominous drumroll thunders through the room. The monster leaps into the air, trying to grab a bunch of lettuce...
  • Dining: Reviewed
    Signaled by the first full moon of May, a culinary miracle occurs in the warming waters of the Texas Gulf Coast. Blue crabs, more formally known as Callinectes sapidus or "savory swimmers,"...

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