Choose from an extensive menu of traditional Japanese (including sushi), Chinese, Korean and American dishes. Beer and wine available. Vegetarian, vegan and gluten free options available. Enjoy the fresh flowers while you dine.
Kum Yon's is not what it used to be.
Ours was a takeout order. First of all, when I rang, the woman who answered the phone said, "Hello?" When I was finishing up the order the gal asked me 3 times if this was for Coos Bay? I did dial a Coos Bay phone number! Perhaps they should answer the call with Kum Yon's, Coos Bay? We loved the Mar Far Chicken, Egg Flower Soup, and maybe the shrimp but from there our meal took a dive. The chow mein was mostly noodles with a bit of chicken. If there were veggies, I missed them. The Cashew Chicken was bland and had no flavor and the veggies were celery, zucchini, and onion. That's it and it was so blah. The pork was terrible and we threw it away. I am so saddened to see that one of my favorite restaurants in the area has gone downhill so badly. IF we return, it will only sadly be to purchase Mar Far Chicken.
Covid has all but ended em. We've eaten here for special occasions for years, mostly take out, table service was always lacking in customer service. I've always called it americanized Chinese food and for the most part it's been pretty good. But Roma has taken a toll on them. People here are very nice and it's unfortunate the food quality is taking a dive. I hope they survive Corona.
2nd Try was the Last
We weren't that impressed on our last visit, but it's been over a year and we thought we'd try it again for lunch. Our server/hostess was aloof and looked like she'd slept in her clothes. The hot and sour soup was awful - just hot/sour liquid with a few chunks of bok choy thrown in. The steamed rice with both our dishes was dry and tasted old, and my almond shrimp portion was very small. That's it for us - maybe you'll have better luck.
Heavy on The Sauce
I ordered the General Tso's Tofu and partner ordered the Sweet and Sour Tofu with steamed rice. Tofu is deep fried crispy and not bad, both were served with too much sauce, overwhelming. Service was fine.
Dinner to celebrate homecoming
I am a local and my daughter and I ordered a dinner each at kum yon's in January thinking it was still good even though my neighbor had said; don't go. We got our food and looked at each other. It tasted and looked like warmed over microwaved food. It was so apparently awful we talked to our waitress who looked like she had heard our comments before from other patrons but she would not refund our money. She offered free ice cream instead which we declined. Sorry to say this but if you eat there it will be the last time. Two thumbs down and that is being gracious. I get the feeling they're trying to cut costs.