Saturday 14 April 2012

Kungfu Paradise

Kungfu Paradise is one of Hong Kong Cafe/Restaurant in Singapore.

First time attempted, I was impressed with their Dry Noodles with Spice Chicken Cube and Lava Custard bun.

Their Dry Noodles reminded me of Indonesia's instant noodle (Indomie mee goreng).

Their Lava Custard Bun was really nice too.

Popping Lobster pasta was nice but the portion was very very less.

Satisfied with the first attempted, I decided to go there again for the second time. This time I tried their Dry Noodle Chicken Chop and The Duo Master.

The Fish in Duo Master was crispy and nice. But, I was really disappointed with their Dry Noodle Chicken Chop. The Noodle was very hard and it was served not warm at all. 

Actually Kungfu Paradise is one of a good place for having lunch and dinner. Too bad I was quite disappointed with my second visit there. The service there is very poor. 

It took more than 45 minutes to serve the Dry Noodle Chicken Chop. I guarantee they forget about this order.

Hope the Kungfu Paradise management at Tampines branch can improve their service quality, because overall their dishes are not bad.

Dry Noodles with Spice Chicken Cubes S$6.90

Dry Noodles with Chicken Chop S$7.90

Popping Lobster Pasta S$12.90
A combination with Chunky Lobster and Fish Roe cooked with Cream Sauce

The Duo Master S$12.90
Chicken Chop and Fish Fillet topped with Mozzarella Cheese and Tomato sauce 

Steamed Lava Custard Buns (3PCS) S$3.90
Custard Bun with molten centre of delicious Salted Egg

Kungfu Stylo Coffee S$2.60

Kungfu Paradise's interior

Name: Kungfu Paradise
Address: 2 Tampines Central 5 #01-37 Century Square
Nearest MRT: Tampines MRT

Opening Hours
Monday - Thursday: 11:00AM - 2:00AM
Friday and eve of Public Holiday: 11:00AM - 3:00AM
Saturday: 10:00AM - 3.00AM
Sunday: 10:00AM - 2:00AM


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