About The Chef!
Those headed to Fung’s Kitchen will be welcomed by a stone statue of a happy Buddha outside of Fung’s Kitchen, which features a very distinctive Asian themed exterior. When stepping into the 2590 square foot restaurant, you’ll notice the restaurant’s traditional interior. Fung’s doesn’t offer a wide range of cuisines because owner, Mr. Tathai Fung has chosen to instead center the menu on Cantonese cuisine and showcase the foods that he grew up eating. Painstakingly preparing dishes so that they are both authentic and palatable to Americans is one of Mr. Fung’s passions. He has spent countless hours researching Cantonese dishes and has come up with a humongous 400 item menu that also includes dim sum. If you are looking for something a little bit different you may want to try out the Special Lobster and Gui Fei Chicken which have become customer favorites.
Not just known to locals, Fung’s Kitchen is famous around the country and has been a customer favorite since it opened in 1990. Covered by numerous local television channels, Fung’s hosts a cooking demonstration by Martin Yan each year. Mr. Fung also makes sure his restaurant’s service and sanitation are able to meet even the most stringent standards.