Kung Fu Kitchen: A Kung fu dining experience

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Sunday, August 10, 2014


YOU would want to try their Kung Fu!

Inspired by a movie, Kung Fu Kitchen takes you to China through the authenticity of their food and ambiance to boot.

Opening early this year at the Ayala Techno Hub in Camp John Hay, the Chinese seafood place is slowly making its niche for foodies in the city.

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The food chain is part of the small empire actor turned businessman Marvin Agustin has built with popular restaurants like Tokyo Grill, SumoSam, Marciano's, John & Yoko, Johnny Chow, Komrad and Robotosan.

Assistant Restaurant Manager Hart Gagelonia said the branch in Baguio is the third in the country with more on the way.

"Our prices are affordable and all dishes are good for sharing," boasts Gagelonia.

Best sellers are the dimsum bacon rolls, chicken feet, pork siomai and their cute Piggy Pao for appetizers. Prices for dimsum starts at an affordable P55 up.

The entire make of the resto which can seat 50 people will take you to a movie set in Chinatown with poster murals and Chinese newspaper covering the tables.

Bestsellers main dishes are the patatim and kung pao chicken with their rendition of the Schezwan Eggplant.

In the highlands where seafood is hard to come by, Kung Fu Kitchen will indulge the cravings with their fresh catch cooked in their signature Kung Fu secrets.

Seafood dishes come at their best with the crab bucket, the only resto in the Summer Capital to offer for only P595 with 3-4 pieces of succulent crabs while rock lobsters are at the same price and quantity is a definite favorite in the highlands.

Kung Fu Kitchen also serves peking duck which is not in the menu and is subject to availability of the delicacy, an order costs P2,600 and can feed 10-15 people.

Steamed rice bowls start at P85 for a full meal of rice, beef, pork or seafood, satisfying foodies on a budget.

Gagelonia said the aim of Kung Fu Kitchen is to serve affordable meals in authentic Chinese cooking served by the 16 trained personnel which takes care every need of guests and operating hours starts from 11am to 10pm. Gagelonia said the resto also delivers (call 244-0840 or 0916-3375323) and they will bring the food right to your doorstep.

The resto will give your tummies as well as your visual cravings satisfaction guaranteed!

Published in the Sun.Star Baguio newspaper on August 11, 2014.

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