Tingkat dinner delivery from Kim’s Kitchen: Day 2 to Day 4

As promised, here’s an update on our 10-day trial dinner service with Kim’s Kitchen.

2 July 2013 dinner

2 July 2013 dinner

Day 2:

  1. Sweet & sour fish slices — quite yummy
  2. Stir-fried Chinese spinach
  3. Minced pork ball (each is big enough for one person) — yummy!
  4. Fish nuggets (replacement dish for soup)
3 July 2013 dinner

3 July 2013 dinner (photo taken with iPhone 4s)

Day 3:

  1. Fried fish cake
  2. Hainanese pork chop — yummy!
  3. Stir-fried French bean — very yummy!
  4. Hot dog slices in sweet dark soy sauce (replacement dish for soup) — quite yummy!
4 July 2013 dinner

4 July 2013 dinner

Day 4:

  1. Beancurd cubes & ikan bilis — too salty
  2. Stir-fried xiao bai cai
  3. Chicken cubes in spicy XO sauce
  4. Scrambled eggs (replacement dish for soup) — overcooked

Dishes highlighted in blue — hits. Dishes higlighted in red — misses.

On the whole, the standard of food is acceptable, considering it was cooked so early and reheated. Our meals were delivered slightly after 3pm, very early! There are some hits and occasional misses, but overall ok. Portions are quite generous.

Will update again. We opted for 4-day week, hence there’s one more week (4 days) and 2 days to go.



  1. Betty says

    Julia, back on Hawaii a popular home dish was Teriyaki hotdog. Score the hotdog and braised it in teriyaki sauce . People like it with rice and other side dishes.

  2. Peter Chong says

    Hi Julia, thanks for blogging about this. I am in the similar predicament as you, except that I don’t have small children (SAF feeds my son on weekdays), but my elderly mom lives with us, and having let go of our maid, she is unable to manage the prep, cook and cleanup on her own.

    So am very interested in your review…would you continue with Kim’s or try another after the trial period?

    I might also try Kim’s…and follow your example and blog about it as well.

    • says

      Hi Peter! No, we didn’t continue with Kim’s. Found another caterer better suited to our tastebuds — Hong Choo Catering. Will blog about them soon!