Kung Fu Kitchen (Feasts of Fury)

February 24, 2014

As we were strolling down at Technohub, Camp John Hay, located in Baguio City, we stumbled onto this Chinese Restaurant. With innate curiosity and hunger, we ventured in, and tried if it is worth something.

By the way, this Kung Fu Kitchen has just opened last February 10, 2014 for a branch at Baguio City. If you’re not in a rush, this is a great place for great tasting food.

Seating was not a problem since it was on a non peak hour. The place was cozy, and the ambiance provides an Oriental feel to it. I had observed that the walls were posted with photos of Chinese cooks. At first, the lady receptionist served us with hot tea which was complimentary, indeed. The Menu has a vast selection, of dishes that are even pictured for you to see which makes it even easier to order especially if you don’t speak Chinese. Then, we have ordered Yang Chow Rice, Seafood Spinach as our soup for the night, with Char Siu Pork and Steamed Beancurd with Scallop and Minced Shrimps as the main dishes, plus Fish Fillet Congee. We also ordered Bacon Rolls and Pork Siomai as side dishes.

I can tell you that the food was pretty good, since it provides a modern twist to Chinese food. Everything was fairly priced.  All in all, it was a surprisingly nice experience. With good quality and palatability of the food, friendly service, extensive menu selection, and fairly low cost pay, I wouldn’t hesitate coming back next time, and maybe I could share the experience I had with my friends and with you, as well, so that all of you could try it, too. 

Two thumbs up for them! I highly recommend this place for those who would like to try Chinese food that is cooked to a higher standard.

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