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Canton Fare @ LGB Tower

Canton Fare, TTDI, LGB Tower, Foodie Trail,
When both the husbter and I can't decide what we want to eat, the easiest choice to make is to opt for chicken rice, wantan mee or curry laksa. What about you? On a recent bout of meal indecisiveness, a visit to Canton Fare proved to be a wise idea.
While we arrived a tad late compared to the usual lunch hours, we were not disappointed with the quality of food. Value for money considering the fact that we were in TTDI and the portion was reasonable.

Canton Fare serves an assortment of roast meats and noodles. While I was tempted to order chicken rice, the roast meats with noodles caught my attention instead. I took the 2 mix roast meat noodles for RM13. Wantan noodles served with charsiew (BBQ pork) and siewyok (roast pork). While the noodles are not the QQ type that I personally preferred, the lovely mix of sauce made it absolutely delightful. Of course the caramelised charsiew were divine and pretty much melting away in the mouth.
Canton Fare, TTDI, LGB Tower, Foodie Trail,

More charsiew and siewyoke goodness came in the form of Canton Fare's signature curry noodles RM12. Its rich, creamy and bears the touch of homeliness that I am told is a recipe of the owner's mum. Each satisfying bowl of goodness is served with wantan noodles i.e. egg noodles with long beans, bean sprouts, egg plant and generous slices of the mouth watering charsiew and siewyoke. 
Canton Fare, TTDI, LGB Tower, Foodie Trail,

If you top up RM4 with your order of noodles or rice, you get a value meal which includes a herbal tea and daily soup. The daily soup on our visit was old cucumber soup. Hearty, nourishing and comforting goodness in each mouthful.
Canton Fare, TTDI, LGB Tower, Foodie Trail,

Being half Cantonese, I was impressed with the Daily Soup. To counter the hot spells we are now having, its only right that I hydrate more and one good way is with soups. Its a bowl of Double Boiled Chinese Radish Soup RM6 to cool and detox the body. Similar to the Daily soup, this is another bowl of delicious nourishment.
Canton Fare, TTDI, LGB Tower, Foodie Trail,

Soupy goodness also comes in the form of wantan and dumplings. While I like the smaller sized wantan, the hubster prefers dumplings or suikow because there's more flling in it. So its a bowl of dumplings for us - 5 pieces for RM12. Each dumpling is filled with meat, prawn, carrots and black wooden ear (mok yu) for a lovely bite and flavours.
Canton Fare, TTDI, LGB Tower, Foodie Trail,
Canton Fare, TTDI, LGB Tower, Foodie Trail,

No meal is complete for me unless I have at least a serving of vegetables with it. Take your pick of choy sum, lettuce or bean sprouts.
Canton Fare, TTDI, LGB Tower, Foodie Trail,
beansprouts RM6
Canton Fare, TTDI, LGB Tower, Foodie Trail,
choy sum RM8

Carnivorous foodies will love the meat offerings at Canton Fare. There's roast duck, steam chicken, roast chicken, roast pork and BBQ pork. We arrived after lunch hour so we had limited choices but our trio of roast chicken BBQ pork and roast pork were good enough. Good on its own or you can always have it with rice or noodles.    Canton Fare, TTDI, LGB Tower, Foodie Trail,
Canton Fare, TTDI, LGB Tower, Foodie Trail,
Canton Fare, TTDI, LGB Tower, Foodie Trail,

And if you want more protein, then there's also stew egg RM2 and tofu RM2.50. The tofu is highly recommended though the eggs were a tad under flavoured but it was easily solved with some additional sauce.
Canton Fare, TTDI, LGB Tower, Foodie Trail,

Canton Fare
Ground Floor, LGB Tower
1 Jalan Wan Kadir
Taman Tun Dr Ismail
60000 Kuala Lumpur
T: +603 7722 1488
https://www.facebook.com/Cantonfare

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