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