The following information was recently updated on July 26, 2022
Kimi’s Chop and Oyster House is one of the latest restaurant’s to complete the revamp of central Sugarhouse. Offering a diverse range of seafood and shellfish, all housed in chic, contemporary digs. Pictured above, Toast Smogen, from the Random Acts Of Kelliness blog.
Kimi’s Chop and Oyster House 2022 menu
The following Kimi’s Chop and Oyster House menus and are dated July 2022 and were provided by Ryan’s Food Adventures – a fantastic local foodie. You can also follow them on Instagram for more food recommendations.
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Kimi’s Chop and Oyster House 2014 menu
The following Kimi’s Chop and Oyster House menu was scanned from a take out menu provided by the restaurant in December 2014:
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