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About Canton Bay Chinese Restaurant and Bar

Canton Bay Chinese Restaurant and Bar offers an extensive Cantonese cuisine, prepared by their renowned chefs from Hong Kong. Signature dishes include Wasabi King Prawns or Lobster in Singaporean Sauce.

Location & Map

130A Mounts Bay Rd, Perth CBD 6000 WA - See Map

Features & Facilities

Payments Accepted: Visa, Mastercard, Amex, Eftpos

Seats: 85  

Opening Hours

Mon  Closed
Tue  5:30:PM - 9:00:PM
Wed  5:30:PM - 9:00:PM
Thu  5:30:PM - 9:00:PM
Fri  5:30:PM - 9:00:PM
Sat  5:30:PM - 9:00:PM
Sun  5:30:PM - 9:00:PM

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Member Reviews (3)

Gourmands Wednesday

Gourmands Wednesday Cont'd:Mon 11 Feb 2013 Chinese New Year Banquet. $50 per person banquet became $75 per head for a ratehr SNAKEY CNY dinner conclusion; Additional overcharge of $65 was covered by the selector (me) as we just wanted to get out of there! Wednesday Gourmands hardly likely to be back at Canton Bay Chinese Bar Cafe Manageress due to PR complete failure and lack of integrity! Luckily The Old Cathay Resaturant in Victoria Park restored our faith in good CNY banquet food ( 4/4) and friendly understated service.

Gourmands Wednesday

Wednesday Gourmands Independent Review: It was Monday 11 Feb 2013 Chinese New Year Dinner with 14 Gourmands. As Dinner venue selector & tasked with meeting the manageress to select a Canton Bay tailored CNY banquet menu options ( the usual SEAFOOD mains only banquets to substitute meat options). Manageress was too busy when I dropped the modified banquet menu selections, confirned by the CBC Restaurant manager as the $50 per head limited banquet (watch out for wine corkage is obscene at $15p/hd). A phone call the night before dinner confirmed they could not provide certain items offered on the menu options and the number of serves would be reduced as whole cod fish market price was expensive, Supreme seafood soup casserole was $65 per head (not a bowl for say 6 people, so soup was deleted, with no change in banquet per head cost. AND THAT IS WHERE THE WILEY CNY SNAKE began at Canton Bay Chinese Bar Restaurant. We started with the Smoked Salmon Yu Sheng with Greetings/Toast instructions from the waitress - shredded carrots,Chinese radish and small slivers of smoked salmon - that all went well and novel! Service went downhill from here - main banquet arrived but no Prawn Avacado fried rice or steamed rice; Crispy skin Chicken - 4/5; 2 small ginger coral trout 4/5( instead of spotted Cod (insufficient for 14 people) left in the middle of the table until a Chinese origin Wednesday Gourmand at our table requested the wait staff serve us as it was CNY. Stir Fried Pearl Meat x 2 dishes (instead of 3)3/5; Stir Fried Wasabi Beef - melt in the mouth 5/5; Avocado Scallops (couldn't find any in my 1/4 filled rice bowl) Fried rice did not cover all 14 diners and the rest of the 1 large serve of steamed rice was left on a service table and hard to reach. We were all not satisfied with the quantity served up. The owner's wife offered sweets after a waiter spilled a bottle of water on a smart cellphone for one of the Gourmands. Sweets were described by the host as the only wort

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Peking duck on toast side with salmon salad