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Set Lunch At Canton-I

FREED..... at last... and hopefully and prayerfully, it stays this way even though we have to abide by the SOP everywhere.  It has been nearly 4 months, from 18 March lockdown, MCO to RMCO (Recovery Movement Control Order) and I see that people are more relaxed at this time.  Of course, we must continue to take precautions, by now, most of us are used to washing our hands every now and then.  At least now our lives is more or less back adjusting back to normal days though much will not be the same anymore.

Everywhere I go, I have to "check-in" using either Mysejahtera app or writing names.  I prefer to use the app, just scan and then enter the respective places, either to eat or to shop.  My friends and I met up and we went for our "reunion dinner" last week.  One evening we went to Canton-i, being out of the scene for so long, we didn't really know what to order.  Eventually, the server just recommended a set dinner for 3-4 pax, costing RM98.  We settled for that.....
The set came with 3 dishes and 1 soup....
Chicken soup with fish maw.....
Claypot Beancurd with Roasted Pork....
Fried Omelette with shrimps.... hidden inside....
Fish Cutlets.... 
And a plate of fried rice....
More than enough for us...
Maybe our stomachs have decreased in size during the Lockdown...
LOL...

Comments

  1. I've never been to any of these -i Chinese restaurants even though there was one at the hotel where I was staying in KL. I guess I would want to try other cuisines, not Chinese, especially what we can get here in Sibu.

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  2. Rm98 for so many dishes! Very good price! Inclusive of rice and drinks?

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  3. For so many dishes the price is really reasonable. :)

    The dish that really attracted me was the fried rice. :D

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  4. I like the fish cutlets and fried rice.

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  5. So nice to eat put again right? I am enjoying it too!

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  6. I love all the dishes! But would prefer white rice. Price is really very affordable. Now cannot go JB, so no canton i for me at the moment.

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  7. RM98 is so worth it! with all the dishes and fried rice sure full to brim!

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