All Day Dim Sum / Rice Rolls / Congee
All Day Dim Sum 全日點心
Dim sum is a style of Chinese cuisine where small bite-sized portions of food are served in steamer baskets or on small plates. It is a popular brunch or lunch meal, and typically features a variety of savory and sweet dishes.
Rice Rolls 腸粉
Rice rolls, also known as rice noodle rolls or cheung fun, are a Cantonese dim sum dish made from steamed rice batter. They are filled with various ingredients such as shrimp, pork, beef, or vegetables, and often served with a soy sauce-based dipping sauce.
Congee is a rice porridge commonly consumed in many Asian countries. It is made by cooking rice in a large amount of water or broth until it becomes a thick, creamy mixture that can be flavored with various ingredients and toppings.
Soup / Noodle Soup
Cantonese soup is a type of Chinese soup that is known for its light and clear broth made from simmering meat, bones, and vegetables. It often features ingredients such as pork, chicken, seafood, and various Chinese herbs and is served as a side dish or as a meal accompaniment in Cantonese cuisine.
Noodle Soup 湯麵
Cantonese soup noodles are a popular Chinese dish made with thin egg noodles served in a clear broth. The dish is often topped with wontons, roast pork, and leafy vegetables, and is commonly found in Cantonese-style restaurants and noodle shops.
Entrées / Main Dishes
Cantonese main dishes are known for their light and fresh flavors and typically feature a variety of meats, seafood, and vegetables. Popular Cantonese main dishes include sweet and sour pork, stir-fried beef and vegetables, salt and pepper shrimp, steamed fish, and braised chicken with mushrooms.
Cantonese vegetables are a staple of Cantonese cuisine and are known for their light and fresh flavors. Popular Cantonese vegetables include bok choy, Chinese broccoli, snow peas, choy sum and gai lan, which are often stir-fried or braised and seasoned with light sauces.