Awhile ago, my good friend and I went out to lunch. He's a big fan of Asian cuisine so I suggested we try out Kung Fu Little Steamed Buns which opened not too far away from the office. We left a bit early in hopes of scoring a table. And we were happy that we did. Shortly after we sat down, the line was long with people waiting outside.
So I ordered a bowl of the house special ramen ($11.50) to start. It's not Japanese ramen but instead a Chinese version of noodles in soup which came with shrimp, beef, egg, and bok choy. The bowl is regular sized and warmed me. I was happy with this simple dish.
My friend ordered the house beef fried noodle ($12) which he seemed to enjoy as well. Freshly pan fried with a myriad of meat, noodles, and vegetables. Presentation is not a priority here.
Kung Fu Little Steamed Buns
811 8th Avenue
New York, NY 10019