Review: C Fu Asian Cooking

I received something in the mail today that’s worth celebrating. So G.p and I tried this Asian restaurant right in front of Robinson’s Ermita. We’re actually thinking of where to eat when G.p saw the huge banner outside C Fu showing some yummy prawns and it’s decided. We’ll have those prawns for dinner!

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The moment we entered, we’re immediately ushered to our seat and served with their house tea (Ceylon Tea specifically, I know coz I asked! :-P). We had Singapore Cereal Prawns (which we saw on the banner outside) and Yang Chow fried rice. According to them, their serving is good for 2-3 persons. And the moment our orders arrived, I realized they’re lying! Their servings are actually huge enough for 3-4 persons! We also had Almond Milk Tea.

IMG_1753House Tea (Ceylon Hot Tea)

IMG_1752Almond Milk Tea (Php 75)

Overall, the meal is yummy. Though their Yang Chow is not the best one I tried but it’s ok. It’s actually very tasty. I guess I’m just so used to Chinese restaurants serving uberly yummy food that for me it’s just typical to be served with delicious yang chow.

IMG_1767Yang Chow Fried Rice (Php 200.00)

But since it’s the first time I tried Singapore Cereal Prawns, I would say I loved it. I loved that the cereal compliments the prawn. It has that very light sweetness in it that I so love. Though G.p find it hard to eat it because the prawns still had their shells on. So, naghimay ako ng bongga!

IMG_1768Singapore Cereal Prawns (Php 380.00)

I would love to try their other dish and maybe some dimsum. We would definitely go back!

C Fu: Asian Cooking

Pedro Gil St., Malate

(Right in front of Robinson’s Ermita)

524-3104/523-1854

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