Roasted whole free range chicken stuffed with glutinous rice, conpoy, dried shrimp, preserved meat and black mushroom
A historical dish inspired by Chinese folklore about the story of The Beggar’s Chicken. The story dates back from the Qing dynasty, where a beggar accidentally discovers the origins of claypot cooking. The Emperor, who happened to pass through the dining beggar tasted the chicken and found it so delicious and made it part of the Imperial Court’s menu. Canton Road’s Chef Wang Wei Qing recreates The Beggar’s Chicken – roasted whole free range chicken stuffed with glutinous rice, conpoy (dried shellfish), dried shrimp, preserved meat and black mushrooms.
Steamed Iberico pork dumpling with abalone and black truffle
A staple in Chinese cuisine, dumplings are considered as social food, and is and one of the most loved dishes in the cuisine. Canton Road adds a special twist to the dim sum menu by featuring China’s most coveted ingredient, abalone.
Fried pork ribs infused with shrimp paste with assorted fruit salad
An all-time favorite gets a Canton Road upgrade! The classic fried pork ribs is now infused with delectable shrimp paste and spices. Best enjoyed with a bowl of steaming hot rice!
Canton Road Signature Fried Rice
Canton Road’s Chef Wang Wei Qing creates fried rice like no other. The signature fried rice is topped with sea urchin, shrimps, Australian scallops and fish roe guaranteed to make you reach for seconds.