This past November, Fung’s Kitchen reopened its new and improved facility in Houston after closing back in January 2021. Visitors can now enjoy the staple Chinese restaurant at 7320 Southwest Fwy #115 for a fantastic selection of Hong Kong-style cuisine.
Since opening in the southwest area of Houston back in 1990, Fung’s Kitchen has been a local favorite for its impeccable Dim Sum selection and Cantonese cuisine.
On January 25, 2021, the restaurant sustained fire damage, forcing its closure. Although the family immediately set upon the repairs, the pandemic hindered those efforts. If there’s a silver lining, it’s that the family was able to repair and renovate their space – adding tasteful modern touches courtesy of Daniel Chen of Houston Design and Construction.
Fresh new features include a gorgeous new private dining space, as well as Hong Kong-inspired dining rooms, stunning carved golden sculptures, an encased decorative wine wall, a monolithic handmade Buddha statue, as well as a spiffy new Fung’s Kitchen sign.
As for its menu, visitors can take a gander through the restaurant’s 400+ options. Featured dishes include Peking Duck Rolls, Kung Pao Lobster, Baked Golden Egg Yolk Lava Buns, and more.
Presently, Fung’s Kitchen is offering curbside takeout and reservation-only dining before it opens for full service in the near future. Fung’s Kitchen is located at 7320 Southwest Fwy #115.
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