"Curious and intrigued by its chirpy name, at last decided to settle our dinner here at Kungfu Paradise for a special twist! (After been browsing all the eateries and café at Paradigm Mall:P)
Its bright orange-themed restaurant easily catches the public’s attention to come and try out their special menu. Overall, I think they are decently good with wide varieties of Hong Kok style snacks and dishes! I personally love their cheese-baked selection :)
Without further ado, we started our feast! ^_^
First to greet us was Original French Toast.
The bread was nicely toasted with a layer of egg on the outside. Then sprinkled with some accompanied honey before letting it melts in your mouth. I kind of like their version of toast, as this the first time that a bottle honey is actually presented to the patrons and up to them to decide on their level of sweetness, cool! ^_^
Soon the beverages had arrived as well.
The chocolate sensation was sufficiently thick, even though none of Oreo bites were to be seen. I suppose they might have blended them all together…hehe… Who cares as it still taste good! ^^
Pomegranate Iced Tea
As for me, I prefer this cooling tea drink, so as to balance off the sinful meal that I gonna savour real soon..hahah… :P
The main meals were served shortly after the drinks.
Chicken Chop Laksa
His preference to try out something new,hehe… The taste was OK, with ‘rich’ gravy of santan and curry, whilst the grilled chicken meat was tender and adequately marinated.
The Duo Master
Here it came my most awaited dish! Cheese-baked rice with Chicken Chop and Fish Fillet. To me, they are extremely nice! Also well- served on a hot plate sprinkled with sufficient mozzarella which is a MUST for me..hehe… Cream sauce on crispy fish wasn’t too thick with savory pesto sauce for chicken fillet. Two thumbs UP ! ^^"
Total spend: RM25.00 per person
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