Restaurant: Kimpo Korean BBQ
Restaurant type: all-you-can-eat, Korean BBQ, Korean, Japanese, sushi, BYOW
Prices: $30.99-$33.99 adults, $15.99-$17.99 kids 5-10 years old, $6.99 toddlers 3-4 years old
Date: Tuesday July 9th 2019
Table of: 3
My favorite dishes: sliced beef, spicy salmon torched nigiri
A few weeks ago, I had the pleasure of trying Kimpo Korean BBQ as their guest. Kimpo is located in Brossard, just off of Boulevard Taschereau, near all the other Asian restaurants and stores. They offer an all-you-can-eat Korean BBQ and sushi menu with varying prices depending on the day of the week. Prices a little more expensive than other Korean BBQ places I’ve been to, but Kimpo is a BYOW restaurant. So, if you plan on drinking, its definitely worth it. Also, Kimpo is better than the other places I’ve been to.
The menu is quite simple and you can order as much as you want of any single item on it. They have skewers of meat and vegetables, slices of meat, seafood and vegetables to grill on the BBQ. Otherwise, they have a wide variety of prepared dishes you can also choose from, like soups, sushi, fried Japanese treats (dumplings, tempura, etc.), noodles and more. I highly recommend the slices of beef, which were delicious and so tender; I felt like I was eating filet mignon. I also really liked the spicy salmon torched nigiri, which reminded me of Niji’s aburi salmon nigiri; very nice.
Overall we had a great experience at Kimpo and I would highly recommend it to anyone on the South Shore looking for a Korean BBQ experience. The food was great and the service was friendly and fast. We also had some fried banana and ice cream for dessert; the fried ice cream was one of the better ones I’ve had.
*This restaurant post does not contain my usual restaurant review criteria of restaurants, as this is a sponsored post where I was invited to the restaurant as a guest.
*All photos and comments are mine