Dim Sum Lunch At The Emperor Dorsett Grand Subang



After our Mooncake Masterclass at Dorsett Grand last Saturday, we were treated to a dim sum lunch at The Emperor and I found out they have a wide variety of delectable dim sum. A good dim sum lunch is very satisfying on any day.

I especially enjoyed the crispy “cheong fun” with prawns. This isn’t your average “cheong fun” as there’s a crunch inside each roll which makes this the most unforgettable “cheong fun” ever. I wouldn’t have minded an entire plate to myself.


At first I thought these bun were bamboo charcoal but they are unique because I don’t think many Chinese restaurants in town offer squid ink buns. Perfect for those without a sweet tooth as these are slightly salty and not at all sweet. The filling is thick and creamy, wish I could have these for breakfast every day.


Generous size steamed “siew mai”, A dim sum meal is never complete without excellent “siew mai” and these are very good in regard to size and quality.


So crispy and non-oily! These deep fried Vietnamese prawn rolls would be what I’d order from The Emperor.


The soup of the day is like home made soup. It may just be ABC soup but this is one of the best ABC soups I have had in a long time. Lots of vegetables and chicken strips in here.


A lot of people will order crispy yam puff and it is one of my favourite dim sum but this one could do with a slightly thicker layer of yam.


The stir-fried radish cake with extraordinary sauce was a bit too oily for me and I didn’t know what was extraordinary about the sauce.


One of the best dishes at The Emperor has to be the Teochew Mixed Vegetables, the lotus root is so crispy and if you are going to order just one plate of vegetables there, I’d highly recommend this one.


Still feeling a bit hungry after all that dim sum? Order the seafood Yee Fu noodles, the noodles are light and they are generous with the seafood.

Dim Sum Lunch At The Emperor Dorsett Grand Subang is a feast for the senses.