Wednesday, August 22, 2012

ronnycakes reviews: Kungfu Paradise, Paradigm Mall

If you’re looking for a casual dining spot with affordable food to hang out and linger at, Kungfu Paradise may be somewhere you should add to your list. Part of the Paradise Group which brought Paradise Dynasty (which we will shortly be reviewing) and Paradise Inn, Kungfu Paradise is the Paradise Group of restaurants’ brainchild for “the young and young-at-heart”.

We were invited for a food review at Kungfu Paradise but thanks to the rush hour jam, by the time I left work and arrived at Paradigm, it was way past dinner time and we missed the first few dishes. Luckily we some photos were provided for us (only watermarked photos belong to us)!


Drinks for the thirsty!

First up, we had the Seafood Chili Crab Pasta (RM18.90) which came with prawns, crabstick and had a spicy tangy tomato based sauce. I underestimated how fiery the sauce was and ended up with some numbed up lips.

Dry Noodles with Chicken Chipolata - RM 10.90
The Dry Noodles with Chicken Chipolata (RM10.90) were basically “kon lou mien” with two juicy chicken sausages. Downside of this was it was a litttttle on the dry side. Contrary to the picture, the one we tried at the restaurant was actually made from slightly broader dry noodles.

KungFu 'Master' Salad - RM 9.90
Kungfu Master Salad (RM9.90) – bits of fried chicken in a bed of vegetables and strong garlic sauce.

The half and half Duo Master (RM16.90) which is perfect for those who can’t make up their mind on what they want to eat. On one side is fried chicken and tomato sauce with rice, on the other half side is fried fish and mozzarella baked rice. Even though it looked a bit weird at first, surprisingly it was one of our favourites of the night.


Stir-fried Beef Hor Fun (RM13.90) had succulent pieces of beef and enough wok hei. Not too greasy or oily which is a plus point.

KungPao Chicken Rice Bowl with Lava Egg (RM12.90). Deep fried chicken chunks lathered in Kung Pao sauce on rice, paired with green veggies and lava egg makes a balanced meal!

The KungFu Bumger (RM7.20) was another highlight (yes Bumger, not a typo and you read that right). Well marinated chicken thigh smothered in garlic mayo and Kungpao sauce was sufficiently tasty.

The waiters helpfully cut it into 4 pieces for easy sharing.

KungFu Bumger (RM 7.20)

Nippon Power Ice (RM13.90), your classic shaved green tea ice with red adzuki beans and jelly balls. Very smooth and aromatic without being too sweet.

Tango Mango Mousse Cae (RM8.90) was deliciously fluffy and had chunks of real mango between the layers of mousse.

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Chocolate Lava Cake - RM 12.90
Finally, we ended with a Chocolate Lava Cake (RM12.90) which came with a dollop of vanilla ice-cream and was my favourite for the day. The outer layer of the cake was crispy whilst the inside was sufficiently gooey and was not too sticky or sweet at all! In fact it tasted strongly like bittersweet chocolate which makes it all the more easier to have right after a heavy meal.


Overall, the offerings at Kungfu Paradise are pretty alright, with a few dishes standing out more than others. If you’re in Paradigm and looking for a place with affordable food to hangout, why not try Kungfu Paradise?

Lot 2F-21 Level 2, Paradigm Mall
No.1, Jalan SS 7/26A
47301 Kelana Jaya, Petaling Jaya, Selangor.

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