Tim Kee Kitchen serves Cantonese and Szechuan cuisine with no MSG. Delivery, takeout and dine-in available. Free delivery within 8 km on orders over $20. Pick-up orders over $20 will receive a 10% discount. Alternative number: (604) 738-8691
So Connie’s cookhouse was closed for holidays, so I got some takeout from here. Food lacked flavor, and it was in smaller portions too. Ingredients did not seem fresh at all, nuts were soft for example, and vegetables were pale looking and not very crisp. The chicken was a bit rubbery. The beef was good however.
Lived in Kits for a few years. Finally decided to break away from our standard chinese place and try this place.
What a dissapointed. Ordered take out and as soon as we opened the bag it smelled funky.
Tried the hot and sour soup and we had though the odd putrid smell was from the garbage outside. Little beyhold it was the soup.
Rest of the dinner had no taste and aweful. Never would give it a second chance, which I'm will with some restaurants, but never had one so bad.
Greasy chow mein, over cooked chicken balls, and the worst deep fried prawns I have ever had. There is a dry, tiny rubbery prawn inside of a huge amount of doughy breading. Found undercooked beef in our beef and green beans in black bean sauce. I would not order from here again. The food was cheap but going to throw most of it away instead of having left overs for tomorrow. I would not recommend others to try this place.
After 5 years in Vancouver I am still looking for a place that can make decent classic trashy Canadian-Chinese dishes, still no luck. Just ordered delivery from Timkee Kitchen, wishing I hadn't. The owners should not be in the restaurant industry.
Chicken Fried Rice: Inedible, a gummy brick of gross rice, smelled foul.
Deep Fried Jumbo Prawns: 3 inch long snakes of dough underfried in smelly old oil with tiny 1/2 inch pieces of prawn inside.
House Special Chow Mein: Inedible, a stinky mess of beef, chicken, prawns, brocolli and noodles, I couldn't even make myself taste this one.
Sweet and Sour Chicken Balls: Same funky old oil as the prawns.
Ginger Beef: This was edible, really the only dish that didn't taste gross, stringy and chewy yes, but edible.