$15 for $30 Worth of Chinese and Western Fare at KungFu Paradise
- Wide array of Asian and Western cuisine
- Opens past midnight for convenience, till 2am on weekdays
- Get complimentary dessert of the day for redemption after 10pm
- Perfect for families and friends
- Comfortable and cosy interior
Groupon printout MUST be presented.
Limit 1 complimentary dessert of the day per Groupon (for redemption after 10pm only).
Unknown to some in the pugilistic world, the Chinese swordsman saves his damsels in distress by distracting enemies with his homemade prawn dumpling. Today's Groupon gives a head start to an aspiring pugilist with one foe too many: for $15, you get $30 worth of Chinese and Western rare at KungFu Paradise.
A casual and cosy café with an extensive menu of Asian delights, Western favourites, drinks and desserts, KungFu Paradise is where one can have hot and crispy Flying KungFu Wings ($5.80 for three pieces) and Balls On Mash (homemade beef and chicken meatballs with tomato sauce and creamy mashed potatoes, $9.80) at the same table. Put aside any possible cultural conflict and settle it with a fork rather than the sword. The dim sum favourites such as Prawn Har Kau ($3.80 per basket of three), Spring Rolls ($3.80 per plate of three), and Steamed Lava Custard Buns ($3.80 per basket of three) tempt any crouching tiger and hidden dragon from its hiding for a forbidden midnight snack. Satisfy the thirst for blood with the popular Taiwanese dessert ‘bao bing’ - refreshing shaved ice desserts in various flavours (green tea, black sesame, etc) and with different toppings. Quench it further with a vicious Gripping Grape ($6.80) where champagne grape flavoured ice is drizzled with grape reduction and topped with fresh grapes and IQ balls.
Sometimes, wielding a mean kitchen knife is more useful than drawing blood from a sword. Come in after 10pm and get a complimentary dessert of the day.Review:
“I’m a fan of the Flying KungFu wings. The chicken wings have an appealingly thin and crispy skin that yields to a tender and delightfully juicy core. With the large meatballs of minced beef and chicken that are drenched in tomato sauce and coupled with creamy mashed potatoes, the Balls on Mash can be a meal by itself.” - Sparklette Review