On the flight (AirAsia) to Kuala Lumpur (25th Dec 2009), as usual, I always read the monthly bulletin in front of my seat. Inside the buletin, there's an article about food recommendation.
And, we decided to give this a try when we arrive in KL later.
On the 3rd day when we're in KL (1st and 2nd day, we spent at Genting), we finally went to Sunway Pyramid.
CANTON▪i is located in the new wing of the shopping mall and I think its on the 2nd floor located between the Valentino clothing shop and Jaya Jusco.
We arrived there around 1pm, the restaurant was packed as it's lunch time, and we had to queue ^^
Though it didn't take long for us to get in, we enjoyed watching the chef cooking stuff and slicing meat at the glass kitchen, and I like the interior design where the lights are soothing and their pink and white theme with hanging birdcage certainly is chic and inviting :)
Their signature dishes are noodles, porridges, roasted porks and roasted ducks.
The prices are quite reasonable too :)
I heard they imported the noodles from Hong Kong (that's what their menu says).
Here are the foods that we ordered :
Pic 04 : Jasmine Tea
Pic 05 : Signature Egg Tarts
Pic 06 : I forgot ^^
Pic 07 : Springroll
Pic 08 : Beef meatball
Pic 09 : Dried Noodle with Prawn
Pic 10 : Prawn Wonton Soup
Pic 11 : Honey Glazed Pork Noodles
Pic 12 : Roasted Duck with Rice
Pic 13 & 14 : Honey Glazed Roast Pork
Pic 15 & 16 Steamed Piggy Bun with Red Bean Filling
I was really satisfied with the dishes that we ordered. ALL OF THEM WERE AS DELICIOUS AS THEIR LOOKS.
The portions were just right for us and everything were mixed well together.
Overall, great foods, nice environment, a must visit if you haven't been here before.
And, you don't have to fly to Hong Kong in search of the original taste - you can get a slice right here in Malaysia ^__^
Last but not least, I will come back to try their other dishes (someday)!
Ground Floor Blue Atrium
No.3, Jalan PJS 11/15
46150 Petaling Jaya
PS1. If you're a chinese-food's or DimSum's lover, you definitely have to give it a try :)
PS2. If you're in Singapore, there's an outlet at ION Orchard (this restaurant is originally from Malaysia).