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Get $20 Worth of Food for $10 at Kim Son

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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 everything from Vietnamese fajitas marinated in lemongrass to black pepper soft shell crabs. Oh, and some of the best egg rolls around.

Today's Voice Daily Deal is good for $20 worth of food from Kim Son for only $10. The deal is good at two Kim Son locations: the downtown spot on Jefferson and the Sugar Land location, which is famous for its weekend dim sum extravaganzas.

And unlike many of our Voice Daily Deals, this deal isn't limited to one day only: You can purchase this particular coupon today through Sunday. So get some dim sum for half off, on us. You're welcome.


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