Bad but good for cheap prices and even cheaper quality.
Kent’s Kitchen is a popular Chinese Take-out business with two locations in Vancouver. The original Kent’s Kitchen is in Chinatown.
Known for low prices and assorted Chinese dishes. CASH ONLY!
Lots of choices here. While the combo prices may seem cheap,
the SPECIAL ITEM price of certain dishes can add up.
Special Item dishes are not marked or labeled.
The 2-item combos are popular. Pick two dishes and it comes with
rice, fried rice, or noodles. Nothing is labeled. An item you want
might be a ‘SPECIAL ITEM’ which costs extra.
This 2-item combo with Fried Rice. Not $6.95. It cost $10.95!
The fried fish, and Gai lan Chinese broccoli cost extra ‘SPECIAL ITEM’
$-$$ It’s cheap-ish. Depending on what you get. SPECIAL ITEM pricing seems random.
Poor. Dangerous not food safe food temperature. Cold Fried Rice, and it wasn’t even fried. Cold fish pieces with very little fish. Cold Veggies. Greasy.
Bad. Take a number get in line. Servers skimp on the pieces and portions. No labels on Special Item or regular items. No complimentary water or tea. No complimentary side soup at this location.
Kent’s Kitchen seems like a good deal but the poor quality will make you regret eating here. You’re better off at T&T or Panda Express (American)
5659 Victoria Dr, Vancouver, BC V5P 3W2