At some point, every country builds a Great Wall to keep the secret of its cuisine from spreading to foreign nations, only to find that the real wall is around its heart. Open wide for this voucher.
Choose Between Two Options
- $6.50 for $10 worth of lunch fare
- $13 for $13 worth of dinner fare
Lunch is served before 3 p.m.; dinner, after 3 p.m. The menu includes chicken and beef kung pao ($9.95), chicken porridge ($6.95), and sesame shrimp ($10.95).
Inside Canton Phoenix’s spacious dining room, bright light pouring in from the numerous windows illuminates guests as they devour Cantonese cuisine and spin the lazy susan in the middle of the table to pass made-to-order dim sum to fellow diners. Chopsticks grab Hong Kong–style porridges, salt-and-pepper squid, chop suey mixed with warm steamed rice, and even chicken feet. In a corner of the dining room, a doorway leads to Canton Phoenix’s dimly lit lounge, where the sound of a cue whacking billiards balls mixes with music pulsating from the jukebox.