All Branches (7)
03-8024 8777
Opening Hours
11:30 - 14:30
18:00 - 22:30
Mon - Sat
11:30 - 14:30
18:00 - 22:30
10:00 - 14:30
18:00 - 22:30
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Signature Dishes
Pork Ribs in Herbal Sauce Roast Pork Roasted Chicken Sauteed Bitter Gourd with Minced Meat & Salted Egg Steam Fish Steamed Patin with Shrimp & Garlic
Review (3)
I never fail to have craving for dim sum so my friend brought me to this great place. I initially thought he would bring me to kopitiam but thank god he didn't. The ambience of this place is very elegant and sophisticated which explains the cost of RM 9 per plate of dim sum. I ordered the Xiao Long Bao (RM 7.80) which is my first selection at any dim sum place. The sweet juice of the Xiao Long Bao erupted into my mouth when I bit the skin lightly.My personal favourite is the Steamed Prawn Dumpling with mushrooms (RM 9.80) which was cooked in spicy and sourish sauce. The dumpling was filled to the brim with the ingredients and also mushroom. The meat was succulent and crunchy. I totally fell in love with this unique way of cooking har kau. There were also some signature dishes of the day displayed on the table at the back whereby the chef will make it when we order it on the spot so it took some time for the food ordered this way to arrive. I ordered the Octopus with Special Sauce (RM 9) which came in beautiful garnishing and a a cocktail glass with shreded carrots and parsley. The Japanese octopus was placed atop 4 zucchini cucumber with mayonaise inside. The other signature dish was the Deep Fried Custard Ball (RM 9) which was coated with cornflakes and had thick custard inside each ball. Since I do not like thick gooey stuff inside the balls, this is not a dish solely for a person's sole consumption but it would be great to share. The 3rd signature dish was the Deep Fried Banana Roll (RM 9) which was banana in the middle of the deep fried rolls. The result was awesome with the natural sweetness of the  banana permeating the dough. The Deep Fried Shrimp Wantan (RM 9) was the final dish I could not resist ordering. The wantan skin was so thin and inside the shrimp was fried together with chilli oil. The inside was so cleverly wrapped too. The good thing is that the food here is not over fried till black but you will notice that the skill possessed in frying is so good. My friend who loves pork ribs just had to order the Steamed Pork Ribs with Yam (RM 8) which was quite tasty. His father loved the sauce so much that he would order plain congee and pour it together. I did not like the yam but the pork was undeniably delicious. In the past, I would not touch this dish because I used to hate pork. The steamed groundnut for appetizer cost RM 5 whereas wet towel here cost RM 3. They tried to ask us to buy mooncake but I saw too many mooncakes in my company. Furthermore, they sell all the traditional flavours for mooncake. If you have more people eating at one table, you could have the private room whereby there is karaoke inside.The service of the waiters and waitresses is impeccable. They poured tea for us non-stop and kept changing new plates without us asking. There is also ample parking at the basement so eating here is pretty convenient. Most of the shops here were closed probably because not many people come here. Many families and also businessmen frequent this place. Can you believe it that a Dim Sum restaurant actually have a wine cellar?  continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
Level4 2012-11-05
Grand Imperial's third branch sits in an obscure Subang mall. Perhaps we were silly to travel here when there are more conveniently located branches at Bangsar and Sri Hartamas. Loved the roast pork, which had crisp skin and the right balance of lean meat and fat. The char siew paled in comparison, but it was still perfectly edible. Roast chicken. Tender, reasonably juicy and not too salty. Steamed patin with shrimp & garlic. Tasted fresh enough, though the shrimp and garlic sauce nearly overpowered the fish's natural flavor. Sauteed bitter gourd with minced meat & salted egg. Addictive. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)