Sunday Family Dim Sum Brunch @ The Emperor Dorsett Grand Subang

Now I've tried before the scrumptious dim sum buffet at Dorsett Grand Subang last year (Emperor Grand Dorsett Subang Dim Sum Buffet) so I was delighted to get the chance to sample their Sunday Family Dim Sum Brunch last weekend. This round it was a tad different, where I went along with my mother, Janice and baby Martin.     

The rather grand entrance into The Emperor, Dorsett Grand Subang
The rather grand entrance into The Emperor, Dorsett Grand Subang

Dim Sum Buffet 
Every Sunday & Public Holiday from 10am
Price RM60++ per adult and RM30++ per child below 12 years old. 
Kids below 5 years of age dine for free, while Senior Citizens above 60 enjoy 50% off
 

The Emperor Restaurant Grand Dorsett Subang Hotel
Jalan SS12/1
Subang Jaya,
47500 Malaysia
GPS : N03 04.755'  E101 35.808'
Website: http://www.granddorsett.com/subang/

The all-new Kid's Corner at The Emperor
The all-new Kid's Corner at The Emperor
The colourful clown at the Kids Corner
The colourful clown at the Kids Corner


For Mums and Dads who are with their children, there's this new Kid's Corner available with staffs to handle your kids while you dine. Fun activities such as sand art craft, colouring, games, cartoon channels, and even clown entertainment were available much to the child's delight.

Baby Martin is still too young to enjoy the kids corner yet though, maybe next time. Anyway check out below on what we had that morning.


An assortment of buffet Dim Sums are available for the picking
An assortment of buffet Dim Sums are available for the picking
Touted to be one of the top choices for buffet Dim Sum in the city on Sundays and not to forget public holidays, there were a wide variety of steamed dim sum dishes to cater for all the dim sum lovers out there. I personally liked the Steamed "Siew Mai" Emperor style on top of the other delicacies.

Deep Fried Yam Puff, Egg Tarts, and more ..
Deep Fried Yam Puff, Egg Tarts, and more ..

There was just so many to choose from that morning. From Sui Kows, to deep-fried prawn rolls, baked mini egg tart custard, chicken barbecue paos to various meat dumplings, my stomach was stuffed from all the good stuff. The ingredients used were rather fresh, as I had no complaints about the taste. 

Yam Basket
One of the vegetable dishes

It was good to note the variety available, which caters for all. Even those who do not fancy too much dim sums, we could choose from The Emperor's house specialties ranging from cold starters, chinese barbecue stall, soups, live station stalls and also refreshing fruits and desserts. Check out the pictures below, and tell me if it is pleasing to the eyes. Trust me, it was good for the tastebuds.

Stir Fried Tiger Prawns in Spicy Sauce
Stir Fried Tiger Prawns in Spicy Sauce
Deep Fried Fish
Deep Fried Fish

I'm really fussy when it comes to the "fishy" taste of seafood, but glad to say, the prawns and the deep fried fish had no fishiness to it. Same goes to the Stir Fried Tiger Prawns, which had lots of meat to it. If you came to this buffet with an empty stomach, these main dishes are a welcome sight.

Black Pepper Ostrich Meat
Not too sure what meat is this, but it sure tasted good
Some nice tofus and veggies for healthy living
Some nice tofus and veggies for healthy living
Vermicelli with Shrimp
Vermicelli

There was a separate counter for the Chinese Barbecue Meat which comprised of Roasted Duck, Roasted Chicken, and Barbcue Char Siew Chicken served with traditional condiment. Bear in mind The Emperor Chinese Restaurant served only halal food, hence all the meat served were halal. At the counter, we could see our meat being sliced and prepared in front of us.

Chinese Barbecue Meat
Chinese Barbecue Meat

We ended the fine morning brunch with some desserts comprising of chilled longan with sea coconut syrup, red bean soup, chilled mango pudding, and lots of assorted french pastries and cakes.

Hey, that's Janice with her baskets of dim sum
Hey, that's Janice with her baskets of dim sum

It was a good dim sum buffet brunch, one which was halal and held The Emperor Dorsett Grand Subang. Do check them out for some good dim sum buffet if you're up for it. Bring the kids, you'll be at ease letting them play in the kids corner while you dine.


8 comments :

  1. wah got kids corner somemore, wait for ur baby to grow up then he can go play there... the barbecue meat looks good! :)

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  2. waaaa so yummy
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  3. Ahhhhh!!!! This is the one where you met Merryn & son. Sundsy, hmmmm.....not convenient to go.

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  4. Wow. Go for so grand dim sum ah. Hahaha

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  5. yummmmm! the chinese BBQ meat looks yummy!

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  6. wah i didnt know they have so nice buffet le

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  7. Ethan really loves the Kid's Corner. He doesn't want to leave!!!

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  8. Looks good...but RM60++!!! * faints* Next time I go KL, you belanja me dim sum there, can? Hehehehehe!!!!

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