‘Sea’ What Makes Cantonese Food SpecialA La Carte
June 17, 2018
Story By: Dining Out Team | Photos by: Anthony Consillio
By Don Robbins
Canton Seafood Restaurant serves up a trea sure trove of treats from the ocean, along with many other Chinese favorites. And the Keeaumoku Street eatery offers both dine-in and takeout service, making it the perfect place to host any celebration, such as a birthday party or family gathering.
Those who dine at the beloved eatery can expect nothing but the freshest ingredients on the table. For seafood lovers, Canton Seafood offers fish and shellfish, including Maine lobster, crab and clams that will make you want to dive right in. The long-standing restaurant also serves a variety of appetizers, meat, vegetable and tofu dishes, noodles and more.
While eating at this hot spot, one’s mind and body can be put at ease. Canton Seafood Restaurant’s chef is constantly focused on preparing food with customers’ health in mind, which translates to less oil and salt. “We’re well known for our good prices, good quality and a nice atmosphere,” adds manager Henry Gong.
In addition, customers should always be on the lookout for special pricing on Canton Seafood’s signature dishes, like Canton’s Crispy Chicken, as a thank you to customers, explains Gong.
IT’S ALL IN THE SAUCE
Canton Seafood Restaurant’s Fish Fillet with Creamed Corn ($10.99 special, $13.99 regular price) features boneless fish fillets, tasty creamed corn and silky egg whites, which combine to form a luscious gravy. The fish arrives straight from the kitchen with a crispy outer layer melded to a juicy, tender fillet inside — this dish is very popular among customers of all ages, from kids to adults.
The restaurant also offers Seafood Tofu in a Basket ($10.99 special, $12.99 regular price). A lotus leaf lies underneath this dish and is topped by soft cubes of steamed tofu, along with a medley of bite-sized pieces of shrimp, scallops, mushrooms, chicken and vegetables.