Kim House serves Japanese and Vietnamese cuisine.
The menu contains a mix of several different cousines, which should have been the first cue of this place being suspect. The interior felt basic and somewhat run-down, despite this being a new "restaurant." The simple lunch order we placed took nearly 30 minutes to be completed, and the food was mediocre and quite overpriced. Not worth stepping inside.
Poor tasting food, slow service, tempura with batter too thick to eat and half-cooked, poor quality meat and to top things off nicely there were things in the food that don't belong. Very close to inedible except for the miso, which was ok.
In the immortal words of Ace Ventura, this place is not unlike your lower intestine: stinky and loaded with danger.