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Posted by Katie on 02/01/2013
Best chinese food in Miami! I eat here at least 1 or 2 times a week. Prices are reasonable and the food is very very good. There is no ambience but thats not why you go to Kon Chau.
Posted by Monjav on 10/20/2012
We were happy to discover that what Kon Chau lacks in ambiance, they totally make up for in the value & selection of their dim sum and other offerings! Our fav dim sum are, pan fried pork, green tea duck, & chicken mushroom dumplings, eggplant stuffed with shrimp paste, egg custard tarts, sesame balls... And many more. If you haven't tried their seafood chow mein, your'e seriously missing out! Best value for amazing Chinese food Miami!
Posted by A Cairo on 07/10/2012
They don't come around with a cart, but they have a fantastic selection of Dim Sum! Very inexpensive. & very delicious! Most definetly will be our go to place for Dim Sum!
Posted by Marina A. on 04/16/2009
Really tasty dim sum. Generally speaking--just try as much dim sum as you can! They are tasty little morsels with surprising flavors and really hearty--most are fried or steamed, and they have very American-friendly flavors. Though some dishes on the dim sum menu look a little suspect--but that's part of the aventure! Stay away from the beef noodle soup--the beef quality is poor--but the broth is tasty. Overall-- it was super delicious, and I cant' wait to go back--Very good prices for what you get--they fill you up, so don't worry about not having enough food!! Enjoy!
Posted by lu on 07/20/2008
No doubt , Kon Chau offers the best dimsum in this side of the burbs. But don't limit yourself to just dimsum. Their noodle dishes are amazing , esp the beef noodle soup. My seafood favs clams in black bean sauce, salt pepper shrimp ( unpeeled w/ heads), and succulent peking shrimp. Chinese brocolli in oyster sauce is simply prepared and oh so delicious ( pricey at $7.00) . Stay away from duck dishes ( too tough). In your visit to the place, you may chance upon some cooks and waiters having a meal. See what they're having , they usually eat the tastiest meals.
Posted by Anonymous on 05/11/2008
I have been going to Kon Chau for years and love it! They have an extensive list of dim sum choices, and beat the dim sum in San Fran and NY's Chinatowns (and is very inexpensive). The interior decor (or lack of it) doesn't bother most of the regulars (it sort of adds to it's appeal in a strange way), but may turn some off. If you're looking for ambience, go somewhere else, but if you're looking for awesome dim sum and are all about the food and the company you're with...then you'll be in heaven! Some favorites are the sticky rice wrapped in lotus leaf, sesame balls, chinese broccoli in oyster sauce and pork buns. Note to those allergic to shrimp: most of the dim sum contains shrimp in some form or another, so when I found out I was allergic to shrimp, I had to cut out most of their offerings, but the staff was very helpful in helping me figure out what was "shrimp free" so that I could keep enjoying their awesome food!
Posted by Snacky on 08/15/2007
Very good, very cheap dim sum. Similar quality to Tropical Chinese (which is a block away) at a smaller price, but lesser atmosphere. Also, there are no dim sum carts, but rather a checklist style menu.