Dragon-I is a subsidiary branch of Canton-I and serves mostly dim sum and finger foods, and is steadily growing throughout the country. This restaurant is non-Halal.
Queensbay Mall, Penang
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Fill yourself with some dim sum!
I was always wondering what was the difference between canton-i and dragon-i, so I checked it out, and while canton-i serves more on congee or rice, dragon-i focuses more on their dim sum. I loved its red and black combination in their restaurant, they somehow made their design very grand, it was a nice touch. The different kinds of dim sum available here is much more compared to canton-i's, and although I've never heard of the names of these dim sums, upon trying them, it was amazing. I did not regret my decision eating here.
Overall, it is a great experience here, and it is encouraged that everyone goes to this restaurant to try out. You don't even need a main course to satisfy yourself, just the dim sums.
A treat out of China
Whenever I walk into one of into Dragon-I's outlets in Penang,I am instantly greeted with the sweet smell of the dim sum and my appetite is already at full gear even before I am handed the menu. You will see many different varieties of dim sum that come in all shapes and colors. One very good dish I would recommend is the "xiao long" pau. It comes in a quantity of 4 and at first glance, it seems like a regular "wan tan" but do be careful when you bite into it as it is actually filled with a delicious juice cooked with the wan tan itself.
However, other than dim sum you wont find much else to eat there and that makes it a very expensive place to eat for tea time because you can't get very full on just dim sum. Recommended if you feel like spoiling yourself for a day.