The Emperor Chinese Restaurant is all set to usher in the Lunar New Year of The Dragon. Even though the Lunar New Year officially kicks in on 10th February 2024, the spirit of Gong Xi Fa Cai is already making its mark

From 15th December 2023 till the 15th day of the new Lunar New Year, the culinary maestros at The Emperor led by Executive Chinese Chef Lee have curated three specialty menus, each one featuring time-honoured dishes that promise to tantalise tastebuds and elevate one’s dining experience.

Blossom of Good Fortune set menu priced at RM1688 nett per table of 10 persons offer an abundance of joyous indulgence; from double boiled chicken soup with red dates, chestnut, mushrooms and bamboo piths to promote one’s good health, succulent wokfried prawns with premium soy sauce symbolic of laughter all year through to bountiful wealth represented by the traditional dish of braised dried oyster, black moss, mushroom and taukan with kailan; to many more wonderful palate pleasers.

Priced at RM1988 nett per table of 10 persons, the Spring Time Celebration Menu is a 9-course grand feast in itself. The entire menu offers nothing sort of pure indulgence with course-after-course of lavish dishes ….braised seafood soup with generous amount of dried scallops and crabmeat, home-style steamed organic chicken, steamed red snapper, luscious wokfried tiger prawns and supreme braised dried oyster with irresistible endings to mark the beginning of a sweet year in the form of deepfried crispy nian gao with peanut mochi complemented with double boiled red dates, longan and lotus seed with snow fungus.

The crème de la crème of the 3 menus is the Joyful Dragon Feast Menu priced at RM2288 nett per table of 10 persons.

Since it’s the Year of The Dragon, this menu is the ultimate choice for all. Featuring nothing but the best and finest premium ingredients, each dish featured on this menu is a testament to the rich tapestry of Chinese cuisine. Start off the feast with a rich and flavourful braised dried seafood with crabmeat soup, move into a duet with the roasted crispy duck and steamed chicken with ginger paste; dive into an abundance of blessings by indulging in the steamed dragon grouper with superior soya and of course, for happiness and laughter the whole year through, what better dish to have than the symbolic wokfried tiger prawn with marmite sauce. This menu does not stop here of course; there are still loads to explore. So be sure, to make your reservations early and symbolically dive into prosperity, be blessed with good health and never missed a moment of happiness with your loved ones or with business associates.

For those with a small family or wanting other dine-in or takeaway options, The Emperor also feature a special Lunar New Year ala carte menu with choices of double boiled chicken soup, braised seafood with dried oysters and black moss in claypot, deepfried white prawns with salted egg and crispy oats, steamed red snapper, stirfried prawn meat Szechuan style, choice of veggies and more.

One must not miss out on the annual lou hei, lou sang event. A traditional must-have, Yee Sang or Raw Fish Salad, a celebratory dish symbolising good fortune, good luck and prosperity for the coming year is part and parcel of the 3 set menus. The yee sang is also available ala carte for in-dining and takeaway. On the menu are delectable options such as sliced abalone with crystal pear at RM238 (1/2 portion) and RM328 for a full portion; salmon with crystal pear (RM98 and RM188); crispy whitebait with crispy salmon skin (RM98 and RM188) and for vegetarian, there’s the mixed fruits at RM78 for ½ portion and RM138 for a full portion; and mixed vegetarian (RM78 and RM138). Takeaway may be ordered online:

The Gong Xi Fa Cai celebration at The Emperor Chinese Restaurant of Dorsett Grand Subang is not merely a culinary experience; it is a journey into the heart of tradition, a fusion of flavours and festivity that transcends time, leaving one with memories as rich and enduring as the traditions they have embraced.

For advance reservation, call +603 5031 6060 extn 1912 or email:

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