Once a hollowed-out Dairy Queen, one might mistake Kim Cheese's façade for a lesser hut. In actuality this is the home of an independently owned and singularly brilliant restaurant concept: Mexican-Korean fast food. For those hooked on getting a quick fix of fusion, Kim Cheese provides both size and quality for the cash. Its "burgers" are really steak sandwiches stuffed with pungent kimchi, and the subtly sweet meat satisfies without sitting too heavy. The burritos and tacos come crammed with Korean barbecue, and as a side, the restaurant offers everything from cheese fries to dumplings and tofu soup. This mashup marries speedy service with quality consciousness, which means you can hit the drive-through lane without that guilty "When did I give up on life?" feeling.
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