186 High St, Belmont VIC 3216, Australia
186 High Street Belmont VI
(03) 5243 9841
Monday 5:15 – 9:00 PM
Wednesday 5:15 – 9:30 PM
Thursday 5:15 – 9:30 PM
Friday 5:00 – 10:30 PM
Saturday 5:00 – 10:30 PM
Sunday 5:00 – 9:30 PM
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Sam Hammond said 2 years ago
very happy with the service. Although my mongolian beef left a lot to be desired. Meal was quite bland and the fried rice tasted like it fought in veitnam. Hopefully next time the meal is as good as the service.
estelle Crawford said 3 years ago
Us crawfords kerri and greg.and family come here alot we love
Rob McHenry said 3 years ago
Our family loves Kun Lon and we visit every time we return to Geelong. The Combination Birds Nest is exceptionally good with the nest being home made in the traditional way with shredded potato. We tried the steamed duck with mushroom and everyone loved it. My wife made me visit Graceland in Memphis USA but I ended up enjoying it. Same with the Lemon Chicken, not my choice but it was crispy, succulent and moorish tangy taste... It is BYO with no corkage charge, water provided and soft drinks available. The owners have been there for well over 20 years and are always smiling and helpful. Chinese the way it should be....
BRETT LAWSON said 3 years ago
Best chinese in geelong by far been going there for years. .I'm very fussy about what i eat and my food ...absolutely excellent food and brilliant friendly service...
Alex Kinross-Smith said 3 years ago
Good food, nice staff. Good location and close to parking.
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