Im having some blogging hiccups for this week and im going mobile blogging as for the moment. Last night was the launch of the teppanyaki station at Marriott Cafe un Marriott Hotel Manila. The buffet section with a price of P1750 net includes everything and also the teppanyaki. Enjoy a food prepared customly for you by the grilled master.
Il post a separate blog post in detail once i have free time
The other day was the best energy moment for my blog heart, I did a blog marathon and it turns out that I only posted 3 new contents in just one day, I'm starting to get rusty already in blogging and I'm doing lots of other things beside blogging for personal stuff, covering events and writing astig contents for everyone. I'll leave the town again to attend a meeting with Jim Paredes, and I'm so excited for that dinner meeting, its a rare event for me to receive a personal invitation to have a dinner with an awesome artist and celebrity.
Ok, I leave my blog hanging again for a couple of hours. see you around!
a new foodie discovery for us to try the Chinese cuisine at Kung Fu Kitchen,
located at the 4th level of SM City Manila. My visit here is in the right
timing, because it was the 3 day sale event of SM City Manila and we are here
for the 1st day to shop with my wife and we decided to try those new restaurants
booming in SM City Manila, there’s also a new resto called Tokyo Grill, but we
didn’t tried it because our tummies are so full and we let it go and promised to
go back again. This is the 1st and only branch of Kung Fu Kitchen, and I heard that they might put up more branches around Manila, so watch out for it.
style of Kung Fu Kitchen is very unique, I like their interiors and design, and
if you are a Kung fu movie fanatic or Bruce Lee fan, I’m sure that you will love
to eat here because the template and everything around the restaurant are based
on a Chinese scene of a kung fu movie.
you enter the restaurant you’ll see a movie poster of Bruce Lee’s Game of death
beside it is a real life size terracotta warrior statue, its solid rock and I’m
sure this is just a replica
the restaurant, you will fee that you are in China, the walls are plastered with
actors and kung fu legend stars
see through kitchen will let you watch your kung fu master chefs preparing your
Its clean and quiet inside Kung Fu Kitchen: Feast of Fury
concept is cute and fun to see around the restaurant, the interiors serves as an
attraction to customers and also give a nice vision of what a kung fu master can
do during break time.
the end of the restaurant, they have this light up set up, it’s a house with
windows and light.
here’s a cute light reflector hanging above the ceiling, it’s a cooking pan
converted into a light shade.
I call it the Kawali light.
we ordered our food (thanks to Ms. Ida and Ashley of Kung Fu Kitchen for
accommodating our food adventure and blog feature), they gave us a complimentary
Dragon Hot Red Tea, its an unlimited tea drink for dining customers, the glass
is so cute and I want to take home with me.
Kung Fu Kitchen menu, so weird that I’m looking at a Karate Kid and not a Kung
Fu Warrior, btw the restaurant is the one responsible who brought to you awesome
restos like Sumo Sam, Komrad, Kurosawa and many more.
there you go!!! Bruce Lee in Action in the pages of the menu
wife got surprised when she saw how affordable the price of their food. The
trend here is that new restaurants like Kung Fu Kitchen, offers a on-the-budget
price of their food, meaning, the price is low but the taste and serving is like
from a fine dining restaurant.
look of their menu
the final page, you’ll see their milk tea selections. – a must try
Egg Siomai (P55)
- Our 1st food on the table, Its my first time to eat a
different version of siomai with quail eggs on top of it, there’s also a spicy
soup oozing from the siomai, best serve when its hot.
milk tea (P85)
- One of the best seller as they say to other milk tea houses,
but this version is much sweet and milky
Yohgurt milk tea (P85)
- It’s the yummiest and super winner milk tea in town,
I saw my wife’s face with lots of stars when she tried it, I did some taste test
and its too sweet for me, I’m weird because I’m not a fan of mangoes in my
think the kung fu master chef tried to test us and they serve us this kung fu
master’s food! omg!
I need some drunken master fighting stance when I eat
Pao Rice (P148)
- a rice with a spice twist with peanuts and chilis. Not too
chili but the rice is a little bit heavy and sticky, I like their Kung Pao Rice
and this will be my most recommended rice to order.
- A lighter version of the Kung Pao Rice, but less chili and non
sticky. There’s a spicey sausage included in the rice that are cut into small
Kenya Bean with minced pork and tofu strips (P155)
- I’ve tasted this before
in Komrad (yes,they share the same cooking style and part of the menu), the
Kenya beans are rare and its my 1st time to taste it and how different it is
from our local beans veggie. Looks chili, but its just a spicey and salty
eggplant with minced pork (P135)
- I’m not a fan of an eggplant, but I love
to eat them if they are cooked in a tasty way, with this cooking version from
Kung Fu Kitchen, the minced pork and breaded eggplant became a perfect match
with a spicey Szechuan sauce. A must try and most recommended food to
Spare Ribs (P165)
- I enjoyed the garlic bits, but the spare ribs is so heavy
and it left me full in minutes. The spare ribs are a perfect match for your
sticky Kung Pao Rice.
- At 1st, I told them why is that their siopao looks weird. Then
Ashley, manager of the resto told me that it’s a Piggy Pao, It’s a bola bola
siopao with decorated style of a face of a pig. When I saw this, It reminded me
of Super Boink.
brown rice (P55)
- For only P55, you can enjoy this eat and run meal, it’s a
steamed rice with toppings of braised sauce, veggies and pork. Its one of the
most ordered food for students here in SM Manila. If ever I will eat again, I
will order this together with a yummy Szechuan eggplant
Ok time to eat!!! It’s the Feast of Fury
here’s a blurry photo of me and my wife Lace, kung
fu food monsters hiyaa!!!!
Thanks to Ashley for guiding us about the food and
also accommodating us and the rest of the bloggers
floors of shopping haven in SM City Manila, but today, the mall is transforming
to a fashion and food hub in the heart of Manila. If you will be in town, make
sure you drop by to Kung Fu Kitchen. I hope next time they should have a costume
contest – people come in with their Kung Fu get up gets a free Brown Rice……if
ever they defeat the kung fu master in a finger wrestling match
Azrael Coladilla is the blogger of Azrael's Merryland. This blog started as a personal blog in 2003, and then converted the blog into a lifeblog about his interest and reporting about pop culture, lifestyle, entertainment, technology, food, travel, toys, outdoor adventure, internet and social media. Awarded as the 2009 Most Influential Blogger for Luzon, Philippines, awarded by the Philippine Blog Awards. He is a full time blogger and photographer and freelance events organizer, social media specialist and marketing consultant. He is the founder of several online communities - Manila Bloggers Network, PBNetwork PH, Oh My Food! community, Cavite Bloggers, and Philippine ToyCon. He loves traveling, eating, watch movies, meet new people, photography and collects Transformers toys.
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