Friday, January 9, 2009

Canton-i, Queensbay Mall

Knowing that Canton-i is opening on 9th Jan, 2009… without hesitation, we give it a go during our lunch time today… (Qbay, Ground Floor, Central Zone, next to KFC)
The design is grand and nice… I doubt they've taken up 3-4 shops for this restaurant...


Looking at the menu, the varieties of foods and beverages simply impressed us..
Due to the time limitation, we forced to make up our minds and placed order in a quick pace… then only we studied the menu more details and chose the foods-to-order during our next visit… (believe me, you would want to visit again even you still haven’t tasted the foods, the pictures given you the ‘confidents’)
















No doubt the foods are a bit pricey.. imagine they're the sister company of Dragon-i… =.= but the portion is pretty big, and foods are Delicious…
Simply satisfied our appetite… so.. it's OK~
The waitress told us they’re famous with their Porridge/ Congee… my eyes go *bling once heard that… and quickly ordered 1 to try…
There’re more than 10 varieties for the porridge… Fish, Chix, Seafood ABALONE, Birdnest and etc…
No 29 & 30 are cool ! available for people to customize for own liking… 2 or 3 ingredient as you like…
I had the Sliced Fish & Pork Ball Congee
The raw fish served in separate plate… so that the thin sliced fish won’t be broken due to over-cooked…
The congee is so smooth, it cooked with the dried scallop… could imagine how sweet and tasty is it yeah…
The homemade pork ball is huge and nice… very special flavoured… I doubt the ingredient is not only minced pork but with something else that I don’t know… :P it’s really nice… so soft, tender, and a bit juicy….. ^^
after reading the introduction on the menu... knowing that the chef is using the combination of grain from Austalia, Japan and Indian to make out this special recipe of smooth congee... no wonder.....
Stewpig had the Beef Brisket Wan Tan Noodle
The texture of their homemade noodle is quite nice – thin with a slight bite, the beef brisket is so tender and well-flavoured…
Have a mounthful of noodle topped up with some chilli oil… oh my.. so yummie….





Eve & Raye ordered the Honey Roasted BBQ Pork & Roasted Duck Wan Tan Mee
The BBQ Pork is well roasted with a layer of Honey at the outer skin… the meat served in thick slices, tasted so juicy and nice…
Eve take away the Roasted Pork Belly Wantan Mee for her sis…
Her sis said the Roasted Pork is very well roasted as well… the outer skin is so crispy while the meat is soft and nice !
For desserts, Stewpig ordered the Lotus in Milk with Ginger Sauce 莲子姜汁撞奶.. it costs RM 8.00 per little bowl…
It’s considered expensive… for me.. but no doubt it’s really nice and special..
As seldom can find this dessert in M’sia… which is so famous in HK…
The milk is so so smooth…. I guess they’ve added egg white during the steaming process to make it even smoother…
It goes well with the ginger sauce…
Once stewpig has had his first try on it, he reckon I gonna like it very much… In fact, I am… but for those who can’t really take ginger, won’t like it… ( Eve & Raye found it a bit weird… ~.~ )
Ginger stuff always make my windy tummie feels good… but I think the Lotus is a bit bitter for me liking… :P

Stewpig taken away the Coconut Mango Mochi Dessert, RM6.00.. which I think is really not worth... it just a thin later of mochi wrapped over the mango pieces... taste So So... as the mango is not sweet... :`(

Beverages…
Eve ordered a special flower tea…
named as Seven Belle Tea 七仙女… which is a combination of JAsmine Tea & Green Tea, RM 5.00 –unlimited re-filling
the stalk of Flower tea leaf will grow bigger and bigger after staying in water for longer…
So beautiful and miracle… :P





















Raye had their homemade soya bean, RM 3.50 (despite plain water, it's the cheaper drink in the menu...)… erm.. taste OK.. not sweet which is good… :P






















typical Hong Kong Chilli Oil... which I reckon it's nice... without dried shrimp nor ikan bilis.. just the dried chilli itself and the oil... not really hot... goes really well with the WanTan Noodle... :P
(but I still missed the Chilli Oil from Nam Loong HK Coffee House in Melbourne, which has the Ikan Bilis in it.. I can cleared 3 plates+ of it without any dish.. just the chilli itself... :P )





























Abalone BBQ Pork Pastry... don't freaked out and excite by seeing the cheap price with the name 'abalone'... it is just the shape alike Abalone... still a normal BBQ Pork Pastry afterall...


















Eve & Raye insisted to take away their famous EggTart for tea time… 3 for RM 5.00They said it’s nice… and the price is a bit cheaper than Wong Kok as well yeah…

3 comments:

Eve said...

haha..u successfully blog first!

ck lam said...

I like to try out the dessert...sounds yummy from you.

ck lam
www.what2seeonline.com

juzkim said...

yeah... the foods are delicious~
:)

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