Back here again after 3 years.. yes.. after 3 years... i have been thinking of the honey roasted pork... and fried fish skin. Ordered 2portions and still feel not enough. Sure have to come back again next time.
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prawn wanton soup signature dish and roast pork with noodles in sauce are excellent. Roast goose and dimsim are pricey but not outstanding.
We stopped by for a quick bite after a movie - their wanton duck noodles was pretty good, the noodles has the right "spring" to it. Duck was a bit bony but tasted fine. The braised beancurd skin was tasty while their "lau sar pau"...More
Was here half hour ago and waiter can't even take our order. Apparently there is only one person in the whole restaurant who takes orders. I understand that it is a busy period (4th day of cny) but my son is getting agitated and the...More
Canton-i restaurant is located on the ground floor of Queensbay Mall, Penang. A 'sister' restaurant of Dragon-i Restaurant which caters Shanghai style dishes, Canton-i is specifically catering to Cantonese dishes, and its definitely not like the roadside "won-ton-mee". I had the privilege to tried it...More
Went to the Queensbay Mall Canton-i for a late lunch last weekend. There was a short queue in front of us. Seated within 10 minutes. Large variety of food. Food taste, as i like it abit more salty, the taste is just nice for me.
I ordered the dried chicken feet/mushrooms dried noodles. It 3 times of the normal price I don't mind if it tastes good but I was very disappointed. The street vendors doodles are 10 times better and much much cheaper. Also the too foo with soya...More
Enjoyable food on a Saturday late morning. Dim sum is off menu as opposed to carts. Food was good, service was excellent. Desserts were served first which meant they were cold by the time we got to them. Lunch for 4 was 150 RM so...More
The food was slow in coming. The portion was small. The wanton noodles and wanton soup was mediocre but do try the soya bean milk. The soya bean milk was delicious. They charge RM2.00 for a small wet towel in a plastic bag. Return it...More