Gastronomic Fusion Dishes | King Kaijoo

Different gastronomic ideas combined together created fusion dishes, and this is the concept of King Kaijoo - the newest restaurant in Quezon City. They are serving a new way of cooking combining two cuisines mainly from countries surrounding the Pacific Ocean.

King Kaijoo is a game-changer to the usual Chinese restaurants surrounding the area of Banawe. Their interior design has also a mix of modern and cartoony style which illustrated the “strange beast” in a cute little way. It’s interesting to see two different concepts but overall, I think it works.

As for the dishes, King Kaijoo offers a lot of fusion food on their menu. Every page has an illustration of adorable characters ready to offer monsterrific cuisines that everyone will surely love.

Mimiga (P248)
It’s basically pig ear with shichimi or seven-flavor chili pepper, and vinegar dip.

West Coast Tacos (P288)
It’s like a version of poke but in a form of tacos made up of salmon sashimi, miso, avocado, wasabi aioli, coriander, and sprinkled with sesame seeds. This one is a must-try appetizer here.

Scull Island’s Asian Chicken Salad (P278)
A healthy salad dish with poached chicken breast salad greens, crispy wonton skins, mandarin orange segments garnished with fried noodles and matched with sesame oil dressing.

Chizu Broccoli Soup (P238)
Everyone seemed to love this soup. I hardly tasted the broccoli because the cheese was overpowering all the ingredients. Who wouldn’t love cheese anyway?

Yummi Umami Chicken (P278)
Flavorful boneless thigh savored with herby green sauce. This dish comes with yellow rice.

Hamburg Rice (P288)
So meaty burger patty of pork and beef served with tonkatsu gravy and tamago. You can also add a fried egg for an additional price.

Pacific Rim Catch (P498)
A bit pricey for a meal but the salmon was super good. This dish is a good alternative if you want to skip on eating meat.

Legendary Seafood Pasta (P378)
This dish has green curry, seafood blend, and Thai herbs. The serving is generous and good for sharing!

KFC Sandwich (P288)
Don’t mistakenly think that this burger is from a famous food chain. King Kaijoo’s named it KFC because it stands as Korean Fried Chicken. It had a bit of spice because of the sriracha mayo.

Katsu Sando Sandwich (P288)
I love anything with kewpie dressing so this one is one of my faves. It is made up of panko-crusted pork loin, tonkatsu sauce, CBF mantou bun, apple, and napa slaw.

You can pair up your meals with their line of cocktails. Order the Soothing Spritzer or their King’s Cup for a wild different taste. For the desserts, fret not because they also offering dessert items. Go for the recommended Calamansi Mothraah Meringue and Kaijoo Chocolate Cake.

Being a purist to food, it’s quite interesting to try new dishes to my palette like fusion ones. King Kaijoo deserves to be discovered. Their meals are on-point of what different culinary traditions exactly mean. They might be pricey but the taste justifies everything.

King Kaijoo
589 Banawe Street, Santa Mesa Heights, Banawe, Quezon City
Operating Hours: Mon to Thurs, Sun (11am-11pm) | Fri to Sat (11am-12mn)

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