Kim’s Aunt Kitchen

Today I decided to try Kim’s Aunt Kitchen, a small fried food cart with a wide array of options. Kim’s is surrounded by several other food trucks and carts on Avenue of the Americas, but does well for itself with its delicious fried options. Kim’s is another Mexican-Korean fusion trucks, though the bulgogi beef platter seems to be the only truly Korean item on the menu. The rest are fried fish or chicken options, served on a platter with either rice, French fries or lo mein, or simply in sandwich form.

After seeing some sandwiches served, I went with a flounder sandwich on a hero roll, served with a salad topping and white sauce. The fish was delicious, fried to a perfect crisp and soft and flaky on the inside. It had a mild taste to it but that went well with the fried bread and sauce. The sandwich was perfect for eating on the go too, and at only $5, a genuine deal.

For me, Kim’s Aunt Kitchen represented the ideal street food; cheap, fried and delicious. It didn’t hurt that free sample were being given away as well (the bulgogi beef is not as authentic as Bapcha’s). Leaving this crowded spot on Avenue of the Americas I know that there are still many more food trucks to try, but Kim’s Aunt Kitchen left me satisfied enough to wait another day to try the others.

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3 thoughts on “Kim’s Aunt Kitchen

  1. Joe, you are such an unabashed Chapel Hill snob. Still sad that Duke smkacs down UNC in basketball? There are actually more intellectuals in Durham but they are not snobbies.Anyone who has spent any time in both towns cannot, without considerable bias, consider Downtown durham anything but the best. Kleinschmidt needs to get a map of Durham.Will, those places ARE part of downtown. Geez, stay in Chapel Hill y’all, don’t ruin Durham.

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