Eat Your Way to A Yummy New Year
A new Lunar year of celebration begins with feasting! To usher is the Year of the Rat, Dorsett Grand Subang serves up a banquet feast fit for royalty at The Emperor Chinese Restaurant. The acclaimed Muslim-friendly Chinese Restaurant is helmed by award-winning Chinese Executive Chef Bryan Teh whose repertoire consist authentic Chinese aged-old dishes and contemporary creations.
Chef Bryan Teh most recent acclaimed accomplishments include a Gold Medal from the Shanghai International Top Chefs Invitation competition; Gold with Distinction Medal from the 2019 Malaysia World Elite Chefs Championship for Individual Hot Dish, Gold Medal from 2019 Asian Culinary Exchange competition in Japan and a Silver Medal from the 2019 World Master Chefs competition for Cantonese Cuisine held in Macau. Along with his culinary team, diners are in for a sumptuous Chinese New Year treat with 3 festive menus of Prosperity, Wealthy and Happiness for a table of 10 pax.
Toss your way to festive cheers with the obligatory yee sang! With five variations of the yee sang, diners can opt for the classic to the lavish with a list that reads Japanese style Prosperity Yee Sang with Crispy Fish Skin and Salmon Fish, Jelly Fish and Fresh Fruits Prosperity Yee Sang, Salmon Fish and Korean Pear Prosperity Yee Sang, Soft Shell Crab and Korean Pear Prosperity Yee Sang and Baby Abalone and Korean Pear Prosperity Yee Sang. Prices starts from RM68.00++ to RM168++ with choices of traditional or Japanese wasabi sauces.
Our sneak preview of The Wealthy Set Menu kicked off with a kaleidoscope of yee sang ingredients along with fish skin and salmon in Japanese style Prosperity Yee Sang with Crispy Fish Skin and Salmon Fish paired with traditional sauce.
The fish skin is definitely a plus point, adding a lovely crispy texture to the yee sang. After rounds of lou hei and plenty of good blessings for 2020, we dived right into the yee sang with much delight. Lovely balance of flavours along with plenty of textures as the yee sang is great to kick start the journey of our festive feast.
Soothing sips from the Double-Boiled Matsutake Mushroom with Bamboo Pith & Farm Village Chicken was satisfactory. Full-bodied broth with a richness of the earthy mushrooms along with essence of chicken denotes a long slow boil to extract the goodness of the ingredients.
The pairing of Roasted Crispy Chicken with Sweet Corn & Butter was splendid as the tender and moist chicken had wondrous salty crispy chicken skin that is elevated by the sweetness of the corn. Deliciously aromatic, a dip of the chicken in the house chili sauce is highly recommended.
Taking classic approach, the Hong Kong Style Steamed Mandarin Fish with Superior Soy Sauce remains a crowd-pleaser at the table. Chef Bryan uses Lee Kum Kee Soy Sauce and jazz it up with his own recipe to produce this tantalizing savory and sweet soy sauce to accompany the beautifully steamed fish.
Another dish that represents the laughter of the festive season is highlighted in the Wok-Fried Tiger Prawns with Superior Soy Sauce. The prawns are cooked well and lusciously glazed with the sticky sweet and savory soy sauce, perfuming the air with much temptation. Lip-smacking yum…
As authentic as always, the Braised Black Mushroom with Dried Oyster & Sea Moss never fails to show up during this season. A favorite among diners of all ages, the soft and plump mushrooms along with juicy dried oysters are paired with Fatt Choi, Tau Kan and broccoli. The thick abalone sauce is delicious and marries all the ingredients together well.
Chef Bryan takes on a healthy approach to combine healthy red rice with crystal glutinous rice in the Steamed Organic Brown Rice with Glutinous Rice & Smoked Duck dish. We like the lighten up version of the sticky rice dish along with the smoky richness of the smoked duck. Did we tell you that Chef Bryan also added in finely chopped turkey ham and mushrooms to enhance the flavour of the rice?
To finish the festive journey, desserts are simply a must! Warm sips from the Double Boiled Red Date with Sweet Peach Resin & Snow Fungus is not only delicious but nutritiously good for the complexion and soul.
Adding much more delight are the Deep-Fried CNY Cake and Pandan Coconut Milk Jelly. The Deep-Fried CNY or Nian Gao with yam and sweet potato in a thin crispy batter is so good that one piece may not be enough while the Pandan Coconut Milk Jelly makes a lovely refreshing ending.
Chinese New Year Special promotion is available for lunch and dinner. Both Chinese New Year Special and Toss of Prosperity promotions are available from 15 December 2019 to 8 February 2020.
The Emperor Chinese Restaurant CNY Set Menu
Prosperity Set Menu RM1188nett
Wealthy Set Menu RM1388nett
Happiness Set Menu RM1688nett
Lunar New Year Dim Sum Lunch at The Emperor is also available from 25 January 2020 to 8 February 2020.
On the eve of and first day of Chinese New Year, diners at The Emperor will also 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.
Advance reservation is A Must from eve of Chinese New Year till 8th February 2020. For more information, please call +603 5031 606 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Chinese New Year celebration would not be complete without the blessings of the Lions. Join Dorsett Grand Subang for an amazing acrobatic Lion Dance performance on 4th February at 12noon at the Hotel’s main entrance.
THE EMPEROR CHINESE RESTAURANT
Dorsett Grand Subang
47500 Subang Jaya
Tel: +603 5031 6060
Fax: +603 5031 8686
Lunch: 12:00 noon – 2:30p.m. (Mondays to Saturdays)
10:00a.m. – 2:30p.m. (Sundays & public holidays)
Dinner: 6:00p.m. – 10:00p.m