Kungfu Paradise (SG)

Fish fillet baked rice S$10.90++

A Saturday stopover for a late lunch here was quite fun.

The baked rice was ordinary, a little dry. However, the fish fillet batter was crispy and light. Huge portion it was.

We knew we were so going to get their famous salted yolk custard buns here at reasonable pricing.

The menu encompasses dim sum, pasta, HK noodle dishes, ice-shavings to name a few. Also, it opens late into the wee hours,where you get further discounts if dining in the middle of the night.

Stewed beef noodle soup (spicy) S$10.90++

The broth was ok, instant ramen quality. Kudos to the abundant beef brisket in the dish. It came in a very big bowl too.

House coffee S$2.20++

The silky and salty milk foam was nice, like the ones from Gongcha frothy milk topping. Coffee itself tasted like ocal kopitiam ones.

Custard lava bun (S$3.90++ for 3)

This molten custard says it all. Just have them when you are here, or in fact any of their Paradise outlets.

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Address: 799 New Upper Changi Road, #01-01 Bedok Point,Singapore
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