3 states in 3 days- Sydney: Kam fook

——-11/03/2012——-

Rarely do all my family get to sit down and eat together since we have all moved out of home, so it is great when we are all in the area to go out and eat some seafood… Oh and spend time with each other 

Complimentary soup

Mud crab cooked with ginger and shallot and a noodle base OMG so good! The only bad thing was I had to share it with 9 other people 

Mushroom stuffed with fish I didn’t realise they were stuffed until I flipped it over. It was such a delicious rich brown sauce that made the mushroom extra juicy when you bite into it.

Wagyu Steak with honey and black pepper We didn’t necessarily think the meat was wagyu calibre, it was still tender nonetheless. Perfect amount of honey and black pepper!

Some sort of chicken with sticky rice I don’t really recall what this was but it was really nice flat crispy chicken on top of a delicious bed of rice. I might have to show this picture so I can order it again next time.

Fish soup fungus and vegetables Definitely a Winter warmer. I didn’t eat much of this but I did have the soup with the bok choy.

Yin Yang fried rice A favourite for the young and old. This beautiful rice is presented as the name suggests, in the shape of ‘yin yang’, with chicken, onion and a tomato base side tucked up next to a creamy prawn side. Some people like scooping from one side or the other but I liked both mixed in together. 

Complimentary fruit platter After all the food I guess it’s good to eat some fruit, they weren’t particularly sweet though.

Complimentary sweet soupred bean soup Mmmmm my favourite Chinese sweet soup served nice and warm.

Complimentary random assorted biscuits Not very overly sweet or maybe I should have eaten this before the red bean soup.

The food was served rather promptly with both waiter and a server for each dish. Everyone got food really quickly which is great because I was starving. I’ve also been here for yum cha and even though it gets really busy, this never has put a strain on the large number of staff.

Kam Fook on Urbanspoon

Hi there, just to let you know, you’re publishing your posts on urbanspoon months in advance so it’s always stuck at the top for months and months when we want to see new blog posts.

Hi Anonymous,

I’m eating faster than I can blog so I’m about two months behind. I add the Urbanspoon link at the bottom so people can gauge what percentage of other people liked or disliked the same restaurant. Urbanspoon seems to be publishing the date as either: 1). The date I post onto my blog 2). The date that I ate at the restaurant or 3). The date that they think I ate at the restaurant and somehow confusing the day with the month.

This is obviously something I cannot control and I assure you I’m not deliberately trying ‘to get stuck up the top for months’, but thanks for letting me know.