KungFu Paradise has launched an “All-Day Breakfast Bonanza” promotion, which will be available for a limited period from 4 February to 30 April 2013 at three of its outlets –Bedok Point, JCube and Bugis+.
ANZ and OCBC cardholders get to enjoy 50% discount on the second breakfast item of a lower or equal value from Mondays to Fridays (excluding Public Holidays).
This casual and laidback East-Meets-West café under the Paradise Group offers an affordable and extensive selection of Hong Kong-style classics, Asian delights, Western favourites, drinks and desserts, opening past midnight daily. (Which means you get to eat breakfast items for lunch, dinner and supper!)
To beat the heat, I ordered the Tropical Smoothie ($5.90/$6.90) and the Vanilla Shake ($4.90/$5.90).
The breakfast menu features an affordable range of classic favourites. Here are three items that I’ve tried:
The Spanish Omelette ($8.90) comprises diced capsicum, onions and chicken chipolata, complemented with a tomato sauce served on the side. The omelette is nicely jiggly in the middle unlike overcooked omelettes. Also enjoyable is texture that the diced capsicum provides. For under $10, I find this dish to be most value for money.
The Eggs Benedict with Lemon Butter Sauce ($12.90) comes with perfectly poached eggs sitting atop baked English muffins, sandwiching crisp turkey bacon and ham in between.
It comes with sautéed button mushrooms, cheery tomato and rocket salad with balsamic vinaigrette at the side. The lemon butter sauce was also served at the side. I was slightly disappointed with the watery consistency of the sauce, but upon putting my knife through the egg, the fluid egg yolk appeases.
The Royal Rumble Scrambled Eggs ($10.80) would be my top pick. Crisp croissants are filled with creamy scrambled eggs, turkey bacon bits and chives –simple comfort breakfast food.
With a reasonably low price range, you will be contented if you come without immoderately high expectations.
For more information, visit www.paradisegroup.com.sg