Friday, March 16, 2018

GS Outdated Promo Video

My friend saw the promo video showing a bowl of fish ball congee outside Canton-i and felt like eating it so we went in and could not find it on the menu. We asked the waiter only to be told that the item is no longer sold. We were hungry so we did not walk out but decided to order other items for brunch.

A bowl of congee with two ingredients of your choice - my friend selected pork meat balls and fish slices for MYR 16.50 nett. I ordered a portion of Prawn Chives Dumplings and a portion of TeoChew Dumplings - 3 for MYR 9.35 nett each to share with my friend.

My Lo Mai Kai - at MYR 6.60 nett. The price is similar to those charged by smaller dim sum shops.

Credit card payments are acceptable for bills above MYR 50 so we are not eligible for it.

Why the colour pink?

20 comments:

  1. Lo Mai Kai is expensive these days but my boys love it.

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  2. Their lo mai kai looks really good. Eating at classier places like this, of course, you can expect to pay more.

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    1. Price is not as high as in Concorde Hotel.

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  3. yummy loh mai kai! aiseh, u all in short of only a few bucks to pay by credit card! should have order one more loh mai kai...hahah!

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    1. yes, you are right. if I have known I would have ordered another dim sum dish.

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  4. I like chives dumplings.. I rather have that than those meaty ones... Not sure why painted pink... pink normally represents sweet! :)

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    1. I feel the same way about chives dumplings too.

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  5. Their food is always delicious and good. The feng shui colour to attract business is reddish tone.

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    1. so red or pink is huat ah for business!

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  6. Lol. Pink looks striking and catchy to me.

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  7. I like both canton i and dragon i food

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    1. same here but only get to eat once in a while cos cannot afford to eat it weekly.

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  8. Now you made me crave for dim sum. ;)

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  9. I love lo mai kai and chives dumplings!

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