Caramelized Cashew Nuts @$3.50/dish
Munch some cashew nuts while you wait for your main course. At first I thought it was walnuts but no it wasn't. 2 servings were served.
Prawn Wanton Mee @$7.80
Canton-i's signature dish. The texture of the noodles were different from those we could get in Singapore. It was made the Hong Kong taste. But, it came as a big disappointment. The noodles though with a tinge of tangyness, was too dry.
Twin combination of duck and roasted pork
The portion was too pathetic.
Abalone Porridge @$17
It was made slightly more runny instead of the thick type which we usually have that would have stuck on to your spoon. It was good but too costly.
Beef Brisket Noodles @$7.80
The beef brisket was good but the same thing with the noodles. I think they should have added more sauce to the noodles. Too dry.
Seafood Fried Rice
Eat Faster! The hotpot was so hot that you should eat with a fast pace to prevent the rice from being burnt. And with this, the rice became dry and hard, drowning the tastes of the fried rice.
Roasted Duck Noodles @$7.80
The praise for the roasted duck laid in the skin. It was very crispy and not so much of fat. I supposed the fats was melted off.
Overall bill worked out to be about $112 for 5 pax. I lost the receipt so I couldn't remember the cost of some of the dishes. We had tea which came at $3 per pax. In my opinion, paying $112 to have just noodles and porridge was too expensive. What's more, the food we had were pretty normal, not so much to the extent to make me return for the second time.
Someone said the higher level in Ion you go, the pricier it gets. Canton-i is located on level 3, standing together with Marmalade Pantry and other big retail brands.
2 Orchard Turn
Tel: 6509 8368