Sundays and public holidays are meant for leisurely meals when one wakes up late. These are about the only days we get to sleep in for a bit and by the time we are up, it’s time to go look for a good meal somewhere. We’ve heard that The Emperor in Dorsett Grand Subang serves a pretty good spread of Dim Sum and we headed there one Sunday not too long ago.
Located on the Mezzanine Floor of Dorsett Grand Subang, we crossed a little bridge before entering the main dining area. All around stalls have been set up offering a good variety of dim sum and some are even “live action” stalls. Appetizers, warm or cold, main dishes, Chinese BBQ items, soups and desserts are laid out enticingly.
From these few selections…
… to these!
Selections from the “Mains” counter…
Soon our table was groaning full with steamed prawn & spinach crystal dumplings, “siew mai”, deep-fried yam puffs, chicken cha-siew paus, various types and shapes of other steamed dumplings, deep-fried items, porridge, rice rolls, roast duck and desserts.
Our favourites were the steamed vegetables crystal dumplings, chicken cha siew paus, deep-fried taro puffs and fried sesame balls.
Parents with young kids can enjoy their dim sum hassle-free as there is a Kids’ Corner thoughtfully set up where kids can be entertained with activities like sand art craft, colouring, games, cartoon channels and there’s even a clown present.
The brunch is available during Sundays and Public Holidays from 10.00am-2.30pm, priced at RM60.00++ per adult and RM30++ per child below 12 years. Kids below 5 years dine for free and Senior Citizens above 60 enjoy 50% off. For every 10 paying guests, one dines for free.
Fore enquiries and reservations, please call 03-5031-6060 ext.1954.
Dorsett Grand Subang
47500 Subang Jaya
aiyoh, it’s just making me hungry right now! miss the pau
Oh yeah, the paus were good, weren’t they?
Sean Eat Drink KL says
mmmm, i want a full plate of that roast duck! quite an impressive spread for this price! 😀
Yes, you can have the whole duck, if you like 🙂