Kung fu kitchen is a Chinese restaurant that oozes kitch but is super cool. The decor is simple, café type with red lanterns hanging from the ceiling and a classifieds board along the wall, but when you try their sweet and sour pork or vegetable spring rolls you will understand why little attention is given to the décor… it’s all gone into the food!
Kung Fu Kitchens have sprung up everywhere since they started around 10 years ago from Parktown to Randburg and Fourways. From their catchy name to the great food Kung Fu never fails to impress. One must also remember when going to Kung Fu Kitchen that they have not booked a table at Kong Roast, won’t receive five star service and a warm towel after your meal, but then you’re only paying twenty rand a plate.
The food is indulgent (as is all Chinese take-away), rich and exactly what you expect. A great way to taste the fare is by ordering a bit of every thing. They make a great Wan Tan soup, brilliant sweet and sour pork, crispy vegetable spring rolls and don’t forget a sticky twist and a fortune cookie to finish.
It’s not something you can pack away every night, but if you’re in the mood to spoil your taste buds then Ku Fu is a winner hands down!
Venue: Kung Fu Kitchens are everywhere, there are a few listed below, but keep your eyes out for one in your area.
Kung Fu Kitchen Edenglen
1599 Wagenanar Road
Kung Fu Kitchen Parktown
19 4th Avenue
Kung Fu Kitchen Wonderboom
Wonderboom Plaza, Voortrekker Street
Kung Fu Kitchen Randjes Park
Corporate Park Nyala Street