Gong Fu Kitchen

Type: China-Chinese food
Location: 22A-G, Jalan PJU 5/21, The Strand, Kota Damansara, 47810 Petaling Jaya, Malaysia
Contact: 03 – 61506690 (for reservations)
Open hours: 10am – 10pm
Parking: On the streets around the area
WIFI: Available for free
Website: Facebook fan page

(Clockwise from top left; the restaurant, shop name board that says “Kung Fu,” view inside from the entrance, view from the back near the kitchen)
(Clockwise from top left; Ginseng Black Chicken Double-boiled Soup, Double-Boiled Scallops and Vege Soup, Mui Choi Claypot Rice, Five Treasure Wantan Noodles)
(Clockwise from top left; Lamb Brisket and Dai Bou Noodles, Eggs & Vege Cheong Fun, Pan Fried Dumplings, Milk Cabbages)
(Clockwise from top left; Three Fotunes Chinese Sausage Rice, Fritters Cheong Fun, Laiwan Little Boat Congee, Five Treasure Wonton Noodles [repeat])

Verdict: It looks like an expensive Chinese oriented restaurant on the outside but on the inside, it doesn’t seem that way at all. The kitchen is transparent but the outlet lacks of space to cater a large amount of customers. There were only 8 tables when I was there and that was including the table outside. Every dish less than RM10 but the portions are relatively small. This place stays true to the Chinese style but the foods are too plain and boring for my personal taste. Aunties and uncles would definitely love this place more than I do.

Favourite dish: The lamb meat of the “Lamb Brisket and Dai Bou Noodles” was the most delicious thing I tasted there. The soup tasted plastic-ish though.

Most unusual dish:Fritters Cheong Fun” – tastes exactly like what they are but it’s quite unique to me. “Yao jar gwai” wrapped with “chee cheong fun.”

Inventory management: The ice-blended drinks were apparently sold out when I was there. To be fair, it was almost closing time. However, they should try to improve on this so that they would always have the ingredients when needed.

It’s Kung Fu yo, so I suggest they decorate the place with portraits of Fok Yun Gap, Ip Man and Bruce Lee.

Rating: 3 / 5

Second opinions (click a name to read): Ben Dan, Benjamin Foo, Hilda Milda or “Qian” Ng Siew Kian (review in Chinese)

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