Doylestown Dining Spotlight: Kung Fu Restaurant

A new dining spot, Kung Fu Restaurant, recently opened its doors in Doylestown and is already creating quite a buzz with its tempting and delicious Asian cuisine.

kung fu restaurant dumplings

Located at 33 North Main Street, Kung Fu Restaurant offers an eclectic menu, ranging from noodle dishes to spicy chicken offerings. Kung Fu Restaurant is known for its popular authentic ramen dishes, created with Cantonese wheat noodles cooked slowly in a bone broth and laden with corn, shitake mushrooms, garden beans, edible seaweed, bean sprouts, scallions, crunchy shallots and hard boiled egg. Ramen lovers can choose from a wide array of proteins to be included with their ramen, such as chicken, shrimp, tofu, beef short rib and pork belly.

Although ramen seekers head to Kung Fu Restaurant to satiate their craving for this flavorful noodle dish, it’s certainly not the only reason the dining crowd visits this fabulous new eatery. Other menu items you’re going to want to try include the chicken pad Thai, Kung Fu fried rice, kung pao chicken, shredded pork with hot garlic sauce, fried and steamed dumplings, spring rolls, kung pao tofu and more!

kung fu restaurant interior

Dining guests are welcome to take a seat at one of the tables or booths in the inviting, newly-renovated dining room. Should you wish to sip a glass of wine with your meal, feel free to bring along a bottle to enjoy, as Kung Fu Restaurant is a BYOB establishment.

For those who would like to order their favorite Kung Fu dishes to-go or for delivery, Kung Fu Restaurant offers these options as well. Takeout orders can be placed online or by calling the restaurant directly at (267) 406-4658. Delivery services are offered by Uber Eats and DoorDash, so you can have your meal delivered directly to your door in a quick and easy manner.

Kung Fu Restaurant is open seven days a week, with the following hours of operation:

Monday:       11 a.m.–3 p.m.; 4:30–10 p.m.

Tuesday:       11 a.m.–3 p.m.; 4–10 p.m.

Wednesday: 11 a.m.–3 p.m.; 4:30–10 p.m.

Thursday:     11 a.m.–3 p.m.; 4:30–10 p.m.

Friday:           11 a.m.–3 p.m.; 4:30–10 p.m.

Saturday:       Noon–11 p.m.

Sunday:          Noon–9 p.m.

Visit Kung Fu Restaurant today and warm up with a delicious dish of flavorful ramen,
beef with garlic sauce or other enticing entrée.
Photos credit: Mary Ellen Smith

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