Friday, May 20, 2011

Kong Fook

It was already 1400H but DB and I were still contemplating if were having Taiwanese, Chinese or Thai food for lunch.  Still undecided where to eat, we passed by Granada St., saw a barely new restaurant which serves Hongkong and Xiamen specialties and thought to give it a try.

I am happy we were able to try out Kong Fook on its opening day. The place is quite small with about 30-seating capacity so if the news of good and affordable Chinese food reaches more people, it would be hard to secure a seat anymore.

On the table

Complimentary appetizer made by the owner herself.

Fokkien Rice

Broccoli with Mushrooms

Salt and Pepper Squid

Beef Tenderloin Hotpot

The food were all very good! The Fokkien Rice is a complete meal in itself, though I am not complaining we ordered more *wink*.  I especially liked the Salt and Pepper Squid because it was very tasty and so tender, there is no need to wrestle with a knife to cut it.  Same goes for the Beef Tenderloin which was cooked to perfection.

And now, for the final and most exciting part of the meal -- dessert!

Mango Pudding

This has got to be the best Mango Pudding I have ever had in my life, no exaggeration.  It was creamy and smooth, not the typical gelatin-like pudding and just the right amount of sweetness with pure mango flavor.

Me and the cute little milk pot.


Kong Fook
20 Granada St. corner Santolan Road
Quezon City, Philippines
Tel.: (632) 726-5187


  1. love the broccoli and mushrooms ah!

  2. Hi pink cookies! Yup, its pretty good even for a not-so-much of a veggie lover like me. Thanks for visiting my blog :)


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