Of hearty feasting, reunion dinners and an abundance of happiness & good health
On January 25th, Chinese around the world will usher in the Lunar New Year of The Rat and in anticipation of this 15-day joyous celebration, award-winning Chinese Executive Chef Bryan of The Emperor Restaurant @Dorsett Grand Subang and his team are all set to ensure a Chinese New Year feast unlike any other.
As early as 15th December 2019, diners will be able to toss in a prosperous Lunar New Year with the traditional dish of Yee Sang. To spice up the celebration at this celebrated Muslim-friendly restaurant, Crispy Salmon Skin Yee Sang (RM98 ++ per ½ portion) and Crispy Softshell Crab Yee Sang (RM88 ++ per ½ portion) with choice of Japanese style wasabi Yee Sang sauce will take centre-stage. Lending a refreshing touch to the prosperity toss is the Jellyfish and fresh fruits Yee Sang at RM68++ per portion. Diners can also opt for the traditional Salmon Fish Yee Sang with Korean Pear or the Baby Abalone and Korean Pear Yee Sang priced at RM68++ per portion and RM138++ per half portion respectively.
The Lunar New Year feast would not be complete of course without the variety of symbolic and auspicious Chinese New Year specialties. Top off the must-have list are Chef Bryan’s award-winning specialty dishes such as Roasted Duck with Glutinous Rice at RM188 per order and Oil Poached Mandarin Fish with Superior Soya Sauce at RM230++ per kg to name a couple. For ‘happiness and laughter the whole year through’, do order the symbolic dish of Wok-Fried River Prawns with Superior Soya Sauce at RM48 each and enjoy bucket full of good fortune and wealth by indulging in the Braised Dried Assorted Seafood and Sea Moss in Claypot at RM188++ per order and Stewed Dried Oyster with Black Mushroom, Black Moss and Stuffed Beancurd at only RM68++ per order.
Both the Yee Sang and Chinese New Year specialties are available till 8th February, for lunch and dinner.
A special Lunar New Year dim sum is also available from 15th December till 8th February for lunch only and the Deep-fried Crispy New Year Cake with Sweet Potato and Yam (Ninko) is not to be missed, especially when this sweet dish symbolises ‘both career and business growth’.
The Lunar New Year is also a time for family togetherness and radiates the beliefs of ‘Family that eats together, Stays together’. Thus, a reunion dinner should not just be good, it has to be great and with this, Executive Chef Bryan has put together 3 different set menus to cater to different budget. The 8-course Prosperity Menu is priced at RM1188 nett per table of ten persons, the 9-course Health Set Menu is at RM1388 nett per table of ten persons and the Wealth Set Menu is priced at RM1688 nett per table of ten persons.
Diners at The Emperor Chinese Restaurant on the eve of and 1st day of Chinese New Year will receive a goody bag from Lee Kum Kee (one per table reservation and subject to stock availability) and for those who order the Wealth Set Menu may stand a chance to walk home with a special Gift Box courtesy of Lee Kum Kee, limited to only 2 sets per day.
The Muslim-friendly EMPEROR Chinese Restaurant is open for lunch from 12 noon to 3 pm and for dinner from 6 pm to 10 pm.
Advance reservation is A MUST from the eve of Chinese New Year till 8th February 2020. For reservation, call +603 5031 6060 or email to: [email protected]